I have a 65 reissue Twin that is definitely much lighter than the Boogie, but if I am going to bring an amp, it is going to be the boogie. I keep it in the flight case because it is the wood and wicker version, hate to see it lose its beauty. It has casters which is great, but doesn't have a magic button to lift itself out of my truck unfortunately. Anyone know of any hydraulic lift attahcments for SUV's? Kidding. The idea of getting rid of the speaker and using a cabinet, if I can find a light one seems like a nice option.
Not wild about the idea of playing live with just the tonelab, especially becuase there is no way I'll play without my Fulltone Wah, or my analog man Tube screamer and compressor. Thanks for the input fellas, maybe I will get the tonelab for home and rehearsals, and gig with the Boogie. Considering it took about 5 years to get the Boogie's setting where I like, it would be a shame to shelve it.
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