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10 April 2008 - 06:46 AMwow dang this US economy, i would love either one that i'm becoming a mag fanatic lol
10 April 2008 - 06:42 AMthats a good deal if you get a tank with it.
I think if you look at it from a buying brand new stand point,
30-40 for an asa
10-20 for the fittings
5 for the macro line
and then your REQUIRED hpa tank if you don't own one is from 79-190 dollars
so when i bought my tac one it was at least a 600 dollar investment and i had a hopper and a barrel kit traded to me.
I think his offer is generous at that being one who purchased a new tac one last year.
And BTW i was sppl finals and saw him there with it, his was new like mine was too so. lol
06 December 2007 - 08:23 PMMy advice is basically pick an amp based on what you will be playing guitar wise. If your playing a standard strat (fender or not) go with say a nice fender 15 watter or even if you have the money a marshall practice amp. If you are gonna be playing on say a more jazz blues guitar, try to find a nice vox amp for the price. If you are looking for some insane metal sounding amps, try for the line 6. I got a line 6 spider II and they have effects and are pretty good for the price.
Personally, i have a gretsch electromatic and want to get rid of my line 6 spider II for an orange amp. So if you can front me a good price maybe i'll consider it.
28 October 2007 - 10:50 AMheres an option....
Flatline without the shroud, with the apex tip on the end. HAR DE HAR HAR!!!!
28 October 2007 - 10:48 AMlooks good. Nice job