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  1. #11
    my guess is i will still be complaining about my D25 Br while still playing it every day...but playing it more with the more down time. :)
    Wood

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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by matsickma View Post
    For a second I thought that was a friend if mine but then I realized he doesn't have a Bandmaster!

    M
    actually I believe it is a dual showman but yeah, either way, u got cooler friends than me!

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by dapmdave View Post
    30 years from now? I'll settle for being on the green side of the grass.
    Me too Dave, and like Gary says, I don't want to be lugging cabs like that around! That's what neo magnets are for.
    Sandy

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    '11 F50ce Std (Sunburst) '13 R30S (Resonator), '13 B54ce Std Bass, '13 Orpheum Jumbo Prototype

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    Always had a problem telling those amps apart!

  5. #15
    i think it's the same cab. I only know it's a Showman because I pulled it from a CL add.

  6. #16
    Retirement isn't all it's cracked up to be. But it beats the hell out of working.








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