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The herd has grown again.

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Pictured are my Mesa Transatlantic TA 30 head with Mesa custom blue bronco cabs, Mesa California Tweed with matching cabs, and Marshall Mini Jubilee Combo with matching cab.


My other amps: PRS MT-15 head, Marshall Origin 20 Combo, Mesa Transatlantic TA 15 head, and a Mesa Mark V 25 head (Mark V 25 head is on order: a custom order to match the blue bronco cabs shown sitting under the TA 30).

For many years, my amp selection was much smaller, but recently began exploring options and expanding my collection and I love the variety.



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that is a great idea for combo amps.....the small piano dolly. I could have used that idea bout 18yrs ago when I had a lot of combos...
Easier moving, and also decouples acoustically from the floor.
 

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Best tube amp I have is a Ceriatone HRM 100 with a Kleinulator. Holy crap...


Below that a heavily modified DRRI and a yappy dog...
 
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I added a nice little fender to the family. My hotrod deluxe is gone and now i got licenced to play..... Bassbreaker 007 head and matching 112 cab.
Probably will need to try that cab with my 2061x head too.
 

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Just picked this up yesterday. The wife has a realtor friend who knows I'm into guitars. She called and said we need to come over to this house she just listed because the guy had a lot of guitars. Of course we jumped in the car and went right over. Oh, but what a disappointment when I saw 4 cheap acoustics, 2 very cheap Bass guitars and one...wait for it...First Act electric!

I thanked the old dude for letting me look and was headed for the door when he ask if I might be interested in an amp. It was in another room and when he led me in I almost $hit myself. He had a 1980 Fender Twin Reverb with the speaker upgrade to JBL Orange Basket's!

He was the original owner and the amp was completely unmolested. The damn thing just sounds so killer, but it is LOUD. Music room volume of much more than 3 and I'm wearing earplugs. Not to mention I can barely pick the thing up more than 2 inches off the ground, but it's a keeper for sure!

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Congratulations, I’m also into Fender amps. I’ve had JBL’s in a couple of old Fenders, great cleans for sure. Hope that the price was right.
 

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Congratulations, I’m also into Fender amps. I’ve had JBL’s in a couple of old Fenders, great cleans for sure. Hope that the price was right.

The price was fantastic. The seller was a 75 year old Korean gentleman who was just ready to let everything go. He was moving and didn't want to drag the music gear with him. He was selling every musical instrument he had. Guitars, drums, piano...and just the one amp to lucky me!
 

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