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just got this . has been in the store for 8 or 9 years.  the 1x12 & 2x12 models sold within 2 weeks.  no one was dumb enough to buy this one. that's where I come into the story lol.  4x10, sounds great, looks great & so heavy you think it's bolted to the floor.  who needs a lower back anyway. 

 

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NICE!  those  4x10 DeVille amps are beasts..  I've had a black/silver one since 1998.     Still works great..

Does not posses the greatest sounding drive channel but these amps take pedals in front of the input nicely.  For me, the drive channel works great as a clean boost.

 

And yea, they be pretty heavy BUT still not as heavy as my Gibson Goldtone

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Very Kool, I always liked the sound of 4x10's, I had a a 4x10 silver sparkle Tuck n Roll Kustom combo back in another life.

sorry had a typo, but I did like the the 4x10 combo's they were a little lighter than a 4x12 equivalent, but not much.

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1 hour ago, kidblast said:

NICE!  those  4x10 DeVille amps are beasts..  I've had a black/silver one since 1998.     Still works great..

Does not posses the greatest sounding drive channel but these amps take pedals in front of the input nicely.  For me, the drive channel works great as a clean boost.

 

And yea, they be pretty heavy BUT still not as heavy as my Gibson Goldtone

Ray,  you are correct. still not as heavy as a Goldtone, lol

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2 hours ago, kidblast said:

NICE!  those  4x10 DeVille amps are beasts..  I've had a black/silver one since 1998.     Still works great..

Does not posses the greatest sounding drive channel but these amps take pedals in front of the input nicely.  For me, the drive channel works great as a clean boost.

 

And yea, they be pretty heavy BUT still not as heavy as my Gibson Goldtone

Ray, what speakers are in yours ? Jensens or Eminence ?

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19 minutes ago, rct said:

Nice!  Red things are always better, especially guitars and amps!

I threw my back out just reading this thread.

rct

we have digital bathroom scales good up to 300 lbs. I'm 225. I picked it up and stepped on the scales and the screen voided out.  I tried to weigh it by itself on the scales the best I could.  83 lbs.  someday I'll try something more accurate but meanwhile lets just say it's heavy. I really like it though. 

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49 minutes ago, Karloff said:

we have digital bathroom scales good up to 300 lbs. I'm 225. I picked it up and stepped on the scales and the screen voided out.  I tried to weigh it by itself on the scales the best I could.  83 lbs.  someday I'll try something more accurate but meanwhile lets just say it's heavy. I really like it though. 

According to the Internet ( the new age bible for millennials) it weighs around 50 lbs or 24.5 kilograms.

It probably sounds as amazing as it looks! Congrats!

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4 hours ago, uncle fester said:

That's a statement piece,  time to introduce yourself to your neighbors.  Congrats!

I did just that as a teen,  About 2 blocks worth outside with my 2 cousins playing. Haha.   Wish I had that amp back.  I love red, and that's a very nice amp Karloff.  Enjoy. 

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5 hours ago, Mr. Gibson said:

According to the Internet ( the new age bible for millennials) it weighs around 50 lbs or 24.5 kilograms.

It probably sounds as amazing as it looks! Congrats!

I know, all the specs say 50# lol, but trust me. it's not 50 ... but you know rather than make a grossly false claim, ill just stick with its heavy.  i really like it. 

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Cool color - don't recall seeing that before.  My partner in a band I was in for 15-20 years used one of those (black/silver), and I used the 1 X 12 Hot Rod Deville.  Needless to say it was a loud band.  The weight is a hassle, but the sound from 4 X 10 is so nice.  Since there aren't many gigs to play anyway you can just set it up where you play most often and it doesn't have to be moved around much.  Congrats on a good find you will enjoy it!!

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