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  1. I think maybe the cab is upside down' date=' not the flag. Get yourself a nice symetrical flag - then no-one can be in distress...! Well spotted retrosurfer1959!
  2. My Marshall 1923C 50W 2x12 combo. Sounds amazing, and only 500 made worldwide (and I reckon only 50 stayed in the UK). The extn cab is a 1922 2x12 which I modded to take a Heritage and a Vintage (same as the combo) mirrored to form an 'X'. I put the casters on, and changed the feet on the 1923C to match up when stacked. Hell, I even made my own speaker cable. It's a sweet setup - lighter and more flexible than a half-stack but maybe less low end with it having smaller cabs. I need to get a better picture of it....!
  3. I know - my footswitch just gave up the ghost. What goes around.........
  4. Yikes........ I never noticed the strap was inside out before! ....?!
  5. Maybe if he drops it enough times he'll eventually knock it into tune..?! God loves a trier.
  6. Ha ha ha ha ha His reaction is very funny, too. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-hBSdzFyrs Yes - I am laughing at someone dropping their axe. Sue me. :) :-
  7. I know this one. The '+' is written in the pup cavity after LP5, so it will say, in marker pen, "LP5+" This is a production line code, which means Les Paul, 50's neck. The '+' just means that at the time of making it to that point, the finish (paint job) etc had yet to be decided. It isn't a 'plus' top, sorry! I am almost 100% sure that the model number on your card, "LP5+HSNH1" means..... (drum roll) "Les Paul, 50's neck, Heritage Sunburst, Nickel Hardware" ...I don't know what the 1 or I means. HTH. By the way, sweet guitar man! Ryan www.moderndaychicane.com
  8. Go UK! Sweet axe. Signatures ain't my thing - but hero worship sure is. Cool attitude to finances/life too.
  9. 40w Marshall Valve Combo - can't go wrong. DSL = Double Super Lead. These are LOUD but at 40W and only 1 x 12 spkr you're not gonna blow your neighbours away if you don't want to. Small, portable, holds their value....... and if your playing ever takes you to a venue you can drive external cabs with it. One for sale here - the bloke says he'll take £300 ish - then you need to sort postage between the 2 of you. Seriously, it's a no brainer - great little units. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/marshall-valve-amp_W0QQitemZ280462076836QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_MusicalInstr_Amplifiers_RL?hash=item414cd7aba4 If you're looking at playing a valve amp at low volume you might want to consider a power-brake. I would deffo go for a tube amp - it's the only way you'll squeeze every ounce of tone outta your axe - if you get SS, one day, you'll upgrade to a tube. Do it now and you'll never look back. I played SS for 15 years - never again though. Now I drive THIS.......: [biggrin]
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