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Picked up a mud stand amp stand

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Guitharley, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. elihu

    elihu Poster Extraordinaire

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    It's context...read the previous post.
     
  2. Chunkocaster

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    The last few sets of Kluson tuners I bought came packed in the same stuff inside the boxes.
     
  3. Boubou

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    Cool, and in case of flooding your amp will float.
     
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  4. Wrighty

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    Anyone remember the stick on gadget that was designed to give an even sound projection from the speaker by deflecting some sound waves? Can’t remember what it was called but I did try to get hold of one. By the time they were back in stock I couldn’t be bothered.
     
  5. Chunkocaster

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    A beam blocker?
     
  6. Wrighty

    Wrighty Friend of Leo's

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    Know what you mean but you’d be surprised how the sound actually ‘comes’ from a point midway between the speaker girl and your ear. Depending how far away you are, it’ll appear to be between about a foot and two feet above the floor.
     
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  7. Wrighty

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    Yep, reckon that’s it. Never got to try one or read any reviews.
     
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  8. Chunkocaster

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    I've seen plenty of guys make their own.
    Some attach with Velcro, others are mounted behind the grill cloth.
     
  9. mikestearns

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    Do you mean those hubcap looking things visual sound made? I have their amp that came with those. I don’t know if they work but I do know they made the amp way cheaper to buy used.
     
  10. Guitharley

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    Good point but not an issue....got one of those swirly gig mike stand beer holders...that way I never have to unlock eyes with the hot dancer who is totally diggin on me when I reach for and chug down a cold one...........ok well that has never happened, but it’s good to be prepared, yes?
     
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    Why not just set up your 2x12" vertically?
     
  12. mikestearns

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    I do. But it doesn't quite have the same effect as using an angled cab.
     
  13. Wrighty

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    Don’t think so, Chunkocaster was right, Beam Blaster it was called.
     
  14. FenderGuy53

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    What amps are you using, and what size Mud Stand?
     
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    I have a Fender Princeton (with extra-heavy speaker and transformers), and a Princeton Reverb II. I can't recall the size off the top of my head. I have sent you a PM about this.
     
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    I don't like my amp at an angle. Where am I going to put my capo, slide and spare picks?
     
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