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lol, that's a permanent disability claim if I ever saw one. Broken back from carrying and blown ears from using!

I had a silverface twin for a while for Rhodes use and it sounded great if you didn't mind not being able to hear your neighbours knocking :cool:.

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I had no issues hearing myself over the drums at practice this evening... ;)
 

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I played with one once. While singing a blue spark shot off my lip. Burnt my lip. And the ground from the cavity to the bridge post in my guitar had melted off all the shielding. A few people in the first few rows came after to ask what happened as they saw the spark too. There was even a Smokey stain on the vintage reissue shure mic (the Elvis one ). I guess I was lucky.

There was likely a smokey stain in your underpants too :)
 

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Looks like no one has posted one of these yet, so here is my 1965 (?) Gibson Skylark GA-5T. The only word I have is amazing.




I serviced one of these for a guy a few years back.
It is just incredible. Grab and go amp and dont need anything else for a small venue
Eats pedals all day
 

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My Fender collection is a bit less exquisite than his, but I love my Silverfaces.
Somehow I missed the fact that you picked up a Twin R. What year is it? How are you liking that Twin Rev compared to the Super? I have owned both in the past as well.
 

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Somehow I missed the fact that you picked up a Twin R. What year is it? How are you liking that Twin Rev compared to the Super? I have owned both in the past as well.
She's a 1975 my friend purchased new. I love the Twin. When I want cleaner scooped cleans, and tighter bass I go twin. When I want a little more hairy mids I go souper.
 
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