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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by nobis17, May 26, 2020.
Title says it all
Happiness is a warm amp.
He (or she) looks like a discerning critter!
Cat and a MuchXS amp.
It's definitely a cat thing to do that. When my pups were young they would jump up on a small amp too!
Ah, ol SoulPatch. How’s that dude doing ?
One of those muchxs amps is something I’ve always wanted to add to my meager stable...
the cat left it's mark...as I found it.
The amp is gone, but there's a new sheriff in town.
So far, he's not been using the grill cloth for sharpening claws. Dust covers are useful.
I had to quit using carpet to cover cabinets & racks due to cat hair. One club owner saw my stuff & freaked out due to a severe cat allergy, about 30 years ago.
Not the recommended method of discharging filter caps, although it does work
This actually happened to me yesterday, I took out the chassis for my 67 Bandmaster to inspect due to some noise and I just barely sat it down when my 11 month old cat jumped up and stepped into the amp. She didn't get zapped I grabbed her and puled her off and she reached to hang onto something and her claw snagged the heater wires.
Yeah, a cat can get kilted daid crawling around in a chassis that hasn't been discharged.
There’s an entire Instagram page:
Amelia Upon Amp, February 29, 2020 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
Amelia In Medium Amp Metropolis, April 11, 2015 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
Guard Cat, August 14, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
Bob And Scooter, December, 2008 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
Well, a bunch of beauties! The cats ain't bad, either! Love the tuxedo soul patch kitty!
I don't let my cat anywhere near my amps...
I haven't noticed any cat hair (or maybe there was and it's been vacuumed), but they can rip apart that 80s carpet covering and it looks swollen in some parts, in other parts threads from fabric are coming out, or the covering may come off the cab altogether.
Never had a cat jump into a chassis, but I noticed on the schematics that a lot of my amps have a resistor or two in parallel with the filter caps.