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    Ultimate Tone Slacker wixedmords's Avatar
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    Default New forum..

    Hey..just noticed this..we got a new forum.

    Hip..Hip..Horay..
    Last edited by wixedmords; 09-03-2005 at 06:48 AM.
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    Default Re: New forum..

    Yup . . . very cool.

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    ahhhhhh

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU to the forum powers that be!!!

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    lol i was wondering where my post about my amp troubles went, had to do a search for my name to finally realize it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mllerrin
    lol i was wondering where my post about my amp troubles went, had to do a search for my name to finally realize it lol
    That's pretty funny. It has happened to me before on another forum.

    Love that search function.
    Jackson, Ibanez & Ovation Guitars
    Laney, Marshall & Peavey Amplification

    ((tube max dissipation wattage / amp plate voltage) x % of max dissipation wattage) x 1000 = bias current in mA

    "There was never a horse that couldn't be rode, never a man that couldn't be throwed." - Marshall Matt Dillon - GUNSMOKE (1959)

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