You can actually just disconnect the internal speaker, and run the main to an external AND run the extension speaker along with it.
There are two...
Hey, Bro, they do...but I think they're a one-trick pony.
Too typical, too.
I'm thinkng about only running an external cab with it.
Man, what made you part with that Orville Page LP?
Amen to that! It's really all a matter of taste and feeling! That's why I don't like shredders.
Looks beautiful, man! can't tell the diff by looking at between that and Gibson.
Yeah, they look real close...but I thought the headstocks looked a bit different..that's the only thing that I could tell
Anyone here play an Epiphone Les Paul?
For the money, I think they're a great buy! Surely not as good as a Gibson LP,
but surely, I don't think...
Understood! Just thought that even though we mainly focus on SG's, players of other types of guitars would feel a bit more at home!
Really? Or are you kidding?
Yeah, I agree. I don't want both my SG's to sound the same, so I've left the faded as is for now, but still thinking about upgrading the bridge pup.
You must have your own roadies......I'd hate to lug that thing around.
Well, seeing how close the tubes are to the speaker, that could be why you go thru tubes, maybe? I've heard that it's better for the amp in...
And they call that a convertible? Well, I guess they didn't call it "portable"! ;D
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