67 Princeton Reverb Practiced for an hour this morning with the amp, then packed up, took a nap, a shower, guys showed up, we loaded and headed off, 5:00. Get there, all hooked up, and the Princeton is quiet. A slight hum. No other noise. Guitar straight in. No sound. All tubes lit. Reseat all tubes. No noise. Give up. Make phone calls for amp delivery, no help. Brought my old Deluxe 112, SS 92w, for a friend to sit it with. Used it. Lead player bowed out for the friend to use his rig. Flawless. Dude nailed to leads in Simple Man. Awesome. All in all it was a very good night. Had a real sound man, and his massive rig. Every drum had a mic, e609's on guitar amps, etc... Singing was so much fun with the big PA. Hit, almost, all my leads tonight. Our lead player is what I affectionately call a hired gun. It's really Fun playin with a hired gun lead player. Dude's awesome. Can play anything. finding a lead player willing to play country in Jersey is proving to be tough. Have him again next Sat for a festival. He's so much fun to play with. Ups all our games. Serious Noise at this bar! Tele Noise. Lookin for the sweetspot on the stage, just a floor with a drum riser. Playin a Nashville. Switch pos 2 & 4 were quiet, 1, 3 & 5 were screaming., The Paul was quiet. Glad I had the Nashville. I'll talk to my tech tomorrow. Might have to play the festival with the 112. Could be worse.