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Hey Fellas! Howzit?? Havent been around for awhile. you boys gearin up fot that Canadian Winter? Anyways..i just bought this Traynor Bass Master MKII yesterday. 300.00 U.S.. I sold an old Gretssh tube amp the same day for 300.00, which i had about 200.00 into, so i did allright. Its 100% stock(even the old 2 prong cord) and in excellent cosmetic and operating condition. Anyway, I know these are dogs..noone wants them because of the solid state rectifier, and thsat the older bassmaster is the one people really want, but i'm hoping that this one can be converted by Busen amps. Yea, that means my YSR-1 Custom reverb has got to go(hint hint).
 

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Who on earth thinks these amps are "dogs" and that you need a tube rectifier. The older ones sound a bit different; that doesn't necessarily mean better. Why is it everything older is assumed better . . .

Enjoy your new amp
TG
 

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Tomorrow it's supposed to 28C (83F). Same on Wed and Thurs. Humidex around 31-33C (90s). So winter is just a wee ways off yet. :D
 

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Winter???? Oh, right...that's the season when it rains more around here.
 
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