Platefire
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Birthday:
Nov 25, 1947 (Age: 72)
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North Louisiana around Many
Occupation:
Retired

Platefire

Friend of Leo's, Male, 72, from North Louisiana around Many

Platefire was last seen:
Aug 10, 2020 at 12:34 PM
    1. michaelreis334
      michaelreis334
      I opened it out just to test it and the output transformer sounds like a little speaker when i play my guitar. Is that normal? What can i possibly do right now to fix this amp? I would be accepting of any information you can guide me with so i can know exactly what the problem is. Where i live has no place or person that i carry my amp to so it can be fixed.
    2. michaelreis334
      michaelreis334
      The last time i used it, It was just fine and it sounded well.I was playing it on 7 for a while and it sounded great. It's close to one in the morning and i'm thinking where did i go wrong with my amp. I kinda sad right now man. It's my first tube amp i ever got and it took me a long time to save and get the amp.
    3. michaelreis334
      michaelreis334
      Hi Mr Platefire. You don't know me but all i'm asking for is a little help. I been having a really eventful day really. My girlfriend lost my cellphone today and after finding that out, I decided to turn on my tube amp to play my guitar. It's a Carvin Valvemaster 100 version 2 made in 95' and right now it has no sort of sound coming out the cabinet no hiss , no hum, nothing.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 25, 1947 (Age: 72)
    Home Page:
    http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/ttocsbob/my_photos
    Location:
    North Louisiana around Many
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Your amps and other gear:
    I have about 15 amps and 20 guitars approximately, will no list them. I have culled the non-keepers all that I have though not all pretty, all sound good. I am a tube amp builder and most amps are DIY.
    I've started to play guitar at about 14 in the mid 60's and music was a big influence on me even before I begin to play. Through the years lead/rhythm guitar has always been my main instrument but along the way have picked up some keyboard, harp, bass, mandolin, lap steel and to sing.

    My Occupation is I started out as a Draftsman, and eventually worked into lead Draftsman and finally Engineering Technician and retired 2011 working with the US Government.

    In the 70's did a lot of traveling with bands playing clubs and events went through a lot of crazy living until 1979 where I had a Salvation experience and received the Lord Jesus Christ. My broken life and family was restored and I've been living that life every since. Now Play Christian Music, lead Praise and Worship at my local Church. Married to my original wife of my youth, got 4 children and 12 grandchildren. I'm getting old, yes! but very happy and thankful for what the Lord has done for me:>)

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