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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Togman, Nov 28, 2020.
i think youll have a blast with the time you play it!
What kind of Batteries does it take, Comrade?
For Gawwwds sake DO NOT STEP ON IT....have you got an Explosives Licence for that?
your gig would go down a blast...
never seen a musical landmine yet...
looks like a great delay pedal....3 second delay then BOOM...Oh Sh1t...wheres me foot?
see Betty...over at the back of the crowd?..watch her bounce
Stalins Revenge would be an apt name for it
did you upset the russian mafia???? (see prev post)...if so i suggest moving to a cave in Outer Mongolia untill they forget and move on
one way to bring the house down
grand finale of the encore...step...KABOOOOM
left boot and a guitar neck...straight through the fish n chip shops window...half a mile away
batter and mushy peas everywhere
The original stomp box.
Single Use Only...guaranteed to give you the blast of a lifetime
I prefer the US made version with its own speaker cabinet sim.
that will blow the doors off alright...in stereo
almost as much fun as converting one of those to a wind effect machine...or using that jet as a room heater in rehearsal room
not going to end well
This says it all.
for stage pyrotechnics...hot stuff those things...drop...run like the clappers
remove engine installation...mount on frame with fuel supply and battery......that will blow the windows out as a wind machine
gig would end like this cartoon
I heard the reissue is just as good and takes up less board space
In the mid-60s, my Boy Scout troop spent a weekend on an Army base. We attended a small explosives demonstration (no boom), followed by an afternoon on a bombing range. Artillery positions were set up every 1/2 mile, for as far as the eye could see. We got out there and waited. And waited. Then some more waiting. I started messing around and yelled "Stumpgrass mine!" as I slammed my foot down on a clump of grass.
BLAM! I mean BLAM, one of the guns went off exactly at that moment. The loudness was enveloping and the ground shook like nothing I'd experienced before. We stood frozen in place, as I asked "Am I dead?" half-wondering if it could be true.
Whoa, the ground shook enough to almost knock us over. Eventually, all the cannons were firing non-stop. It was cold, so we were invited into a commander's tent, which had barrels of coffee and not chocolate. While that warmed us up, the commander nonetheless gave his uniform jacket to one of the scouts. It wasn't long before he spilled hot chocolate down the front after another boom!
After an hour, with no letup, it became truly unbearable for us, and we were definitely softened up. Not quite crying, we began begging to leave and return to our barracks. It was the most nerve wracking event I've ever experienced. It went from being fun and interesting, to seeming like it was raining hell around us. Ah, now we knew what shell-shock felt like, as we bolted to the cars and got the hell outta there.
I ordered one of those once. I heard the “green Russian” version had the best tone. It was horrible quality and the manufacture did a really poor job packing it for shipping. When UPS dropped it off, the box was heavily damaged and the pedal was in literally a million pieces......
Then again it might only blow the speakers.