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Yes, it is the junior. Great amp, just not the most portable. As I get older, smaller is easier on the back.

 

I retired my Acoustasonic Jr when I bought a Fishman Loudbox. I love the sexy retro look of the Acoustasonic, but the Loudbox is a lot smaller, half the weight, twice the power and sounds way nicer with my setup.

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Yes, she is no light weight. The Jazzkatt on the other hand is quite easy to toss around. Love the sound the Jr. puts out though and she stays put in the music room. [thumbup]

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hah, this is a cool pic and collection man! are those all genesis? nice to see another work in progress not being left out of the pic too!

Brian, I've never seen a Genesis bass before, didn't know they existed. How hard are they to find and what would you compare it to?

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I've played off and on for years and decided recently to get back into it. I've owned a Squire, BC Rich, Washburn and even a CF Martin electric in the past, so I had a good idea of what I wanted, and found this at Guitar Center. Absolutely love it. Too bad the pics I took don't do justice to the actual finish on it.

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Here's an update on my collection. Bit of a revolving door around here lately. Recently, the DC LP left (sorry Stu, had to do it) and the hot rod tele just went to a good home (just like I promised, Mrs Tweed, 7 guitars only). But, I'm digging the Sheri and can't wait for the new pickups.

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Here's an update on my collection. Bit of a revolving door around here lately. Recently, the DC LP left (sorry Stu, had to do it) and the hot rod tele just went to a good home (just like I promised, Mrs Tweed, 7 guitars only). But, I'm digging the Sheri and can't wait for the new pickups.

Looking real good Pat, lovely group shot.

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I've played off and on for years and decided recently to get back into it. I've owned a Squire, BC Rich, Washburn and even a CF Martin electric in the past, so I had a good idea of what I wanted, and found this at Guitar Center. Absolutely love it. Too bad the pics I took don't do justice to the actual finish on it.

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nice amp too :)

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nice amp too :)

 

Thanks, nothing too fancy. Has a nice system for preset sounds, and you can download more online and install directly to the amp.

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Here are mine... Dot Deluxe (2000 - Korean) and a recent Lucille...

 

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both nice, I do like the Dot Deluxe, looks great...both do actually

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I've played off and on for years and decided recently to get back into it. I've owned a Squire, BC Rich, Washburn and even a CF Martin electric in the past, so I had a good idea of what I wanted, and found this at Guitar Center. Absolutely love it. Too bad the pics I took don't do justice to the actual finish on it.

 

Is that a Mustang amp? I just picked one up too, its a beast of an amp!

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Is that a Mustang amp? I just picked one up too, its a beast of an amp!

 

Yep, Mustang 1. Does a nice job for what I need, thought it would work well since I wasn't dropping a lot of money into anything right away.

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I do like those Mustang (Fender) amps

 

Mustang 2 V1, Mustang Mini, Mustang 3 V2, GDEC 3-30, GDEC Jr. Vox Mini, I use and play them every day, as well as a Fender Passport Mini (similar to the Mustang Mini, but has a microphone input and separate volume/tone controls). Dig it

 

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A couple friends came over, played and sang a bit. Typical day at the crust shack

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Nothing too fancy. It's an Epiphone Les Paul Custom. It hasn't aged too well. I think I bought it around 2002-2004? Most of the gold hardware has faded. Was my first "real" guitar that I bought back in high school working summer jobs.

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