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I had a Bugera BVV3000 (SVT clone) a long time ago and I couldn’t fault it . Sounded massive, rock solid and as cheap as chips 

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10 minutes ago, Quilly said:

I had a Bugera BVV3000 (SVT clone) a long time ago and I couldn’t fault it . Sounded massive, rock solid and as cheap as chips 

I missed one for sale here a while ago. Would have loved to try it. 

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12 minutes ago, stewblack said:

I missed one for sale here a while ago. Would have loved to try it. 

Weighed a ton mind , 36kg or something used a ton of valves. Sounded great,  really warm , clean sounding amp. Tons of bottom end. It had 6x6550s as I recall and a self bias function. I didn’t have it long .

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56 minutes ago, Quilly said:

Weighed a ton mind , 36kg or something used a ton of valves. Sounded great,  really warm , clean sounding amp. Tons of bottom end. It had 6x6550s as I recall and a self bias function. I didn’t have it long .

Lighter than my SVT I think, but I could be wrong 

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6 hours ago, stewblack said:

Lighter than my SVT I think, but I could be wrong 

Maybe a bag of sugar or 2 less...still a hernia generator 

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Slightly OT but I know someone who had an SVT, stored it sideways and a transformer came off its mounts and dropped through £%&&£% worth of expensive valves...

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12 hours ago, stewblack said:

A bunch of

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football fans.

a bunch of Klinsmen?

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41 minutes ago, MacDaddy said:

a bunch of Klinsmen?

Beware the KKKKK...

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On 23/01/2020 at 09:48, Stub Mandrel said:

Slightly OT but I know someone who had an SVT, stored it sideways and a transformer came off its mounts and dropped through £%&&£% worth of expensive valves...

They’re actually crazy heavy . I mean ridiculously heavy . If they were being used in a building site the HSA would insist you use a hoist to move it...I’m not exaggerating 

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