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MarshallJMP

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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Ok we can have a drink at the depot virtual bar day after tomorrow, Harley is giving free drinks   >:D
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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And I will be celebrating the 22nd anniversary of my 29th birthday this year (I'm 50)
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Hey PS91, I suspect a MP1 purchase is imminent then ?? LoL. Like the guitar joke, how many ADAs does a guitarist/bassist need... just one more  >:D

It's possible. I love mine, so I might as well have 2!
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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And I will be celebrating the 22nd anniversary of my 29th birthday this year (I'm 50)

 :lol:

So we only differ a few months, I get 50 next January
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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And I will be celebrating the 22nd anniversary of my 29th birthday this year (I'm 50)

very good!!  lol  I like that.  Perhaps when I'm 34 next year I'll celebrate my 29th Birthday again  :lol:  That's a good system you got Dante.

BTW how is the wrist doing?

Hey PS91, I suspect a MP1 purchase is imminent then ?? LoL. Like the guitar joke, how many ADAs does a guitarist/bassist need... just one more  >:D

It's possible. I love mine, so I might as well have 2!

I got two also :)  3TM and MP1+MDRT/Noise Mod


The voices in my head have suggested.................I buy another and mod it differently......... :facepalm:
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Ok we can have a drink at the depot virtual bar day after tomorrow, Harley is giving free drinks   >:D

   It looks like I got volunteered again :lol:  Okay, drinks on me the day after tomorrow

Hey PS91, I suspect a MP1 purchase is imminent then ?? LoL. Like the guitar joke, how many ADAs does a guitarist/bassist need... just one more  >:D

It's possible. I love mine, so I might as well have 2!

I got two also :)  3TM and MP1+MDRT/Noise Mod


The voices in my head have suggested.................I buy another and mod it differently......... :facepalm:

   G.A.S. is contagious!
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Ok we can have a drink at the depot virtual bar day after tomorrow, Harley is giving free drinks   >:D

   It looks like I got volunteered again :lol:  Okay, drinks on me the day after tomorrow

Hey PS91, I suspect a MP1 purchase is imminent then ?? LoL. Like the guitar joke, how many ADAs does a guitarist/bassist need... just one more  >:D

It's possible. I love mine, so I might as well have 2!

I got two also :)  3TM and MP1+MDRT/Noise Mod


The voices in my head have suggested.................I buy another and mod it differently......... :facepalm:

   G.A.S. is contagious!

I mean, there is a lot worse things to spend money on!
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Hey PS91, absolutely, and allot of them don't bring the same pleasure.
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Hey PS91, absolutely, and allot of them don't bring the same pleasure.

Agreed! Thats why I just bought a B200S!
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Oh that nice of you to buy a B200S as a birthday present for Harley  ;D
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Oh that nice of you to buy a B200S as a birthday present for Harley  ;D

   Oh yeah :thumb-up:

    I appreciate the thought ;D
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Oh that nice of you to buy a B200S as a birthday present for Harley  ;D

   Oh yeah :thumb-up:

    I appreciate the thought ;D

Of course! Although I might have to keep it for a little while, you know, just to test it out and make sure nothings wrong with it.  :lol:
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Re: Cheers from the Bluegrass State!
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Hey PS91, nice amp  :thumb-up: , was my mainstay for many years.  I have a spare B200s US transformer if anyone needs one.  Another plus with the B200s is there is room in the case for a 240v toroidal (which is why I have a spare US tranny).
A tip BTW (as B200s are getting a bit old) is to reflow all the solder joins, just remelt them all and add a little solder if required.  Doesn't take long to do (they aren't a complicated amp). Also give the pots a clean.  Depending on usage, the output jacks can sometimes need replacing, they have to be the plastic bodied sort so they don't earth to the case (as MikeB found out  :facepalm: ). I say all this because my B200s was out of commission for a while (big horrible pops in one channel).  MJMP advised the reflow, worked a treat, it's now all good again, though I've been using the Carvin (all tube) TS100
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