We stand the Fenders on end so the springs stand vertically and are far less subject to banging against the tank shell when the stage is bouncing around.
Pete B. wrote:Check out the Reverb Crash on this Halfstep:
http://www.archive.org/details/gd81-03- ... sbeok.shnf
strumminsix wrote:waldo041 wrote::shock:
Hey, rumors are shocking but it is what I heard many years ago. Shit, it made sense. I, for one, never discount ease and function.
But I know you are right
JamminJommy wrote: I'm inclined to think that its a twin spring falling from a few feet up. Anyone?
tigerstrat wrote:JamminJommy wrote: I'm inclined to think that its a twin spring falling from a few feet up. Anyone?
Just a decent bump is all it takes to get a crack of thunder. Falling a few feet or even one foot would probably break something.
bffreedomlpa wrote:I've been on your site 100 times and never noticed it......maybe because I am just starting off building my rig. Actually have a new Phiga guitar with your buffer installed that should be delivered to my home tomorrow....What happened to the customer is always right?
It's the first guitar Phil ever wired with an OBEL after doing 100+ without......hopefully I won't need your help.
Here is some pictures.
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