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Old 01-31-2013, 08:43 PM   #21
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Stirring with a real pre-CBS strat would definitely be considered Brewing Like a Boss (or use a Tele and brew like The Boss). Okay, getting carried away here.

Still a very cool idea and I wish I'd thought of it. I have a different idea but not posting until I've completed the paddle.

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Old 01-31-2013, 09:04 PM   #22
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I know a few musicians who would love a Marshall stack kegerator for use on stage.

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Old 01-31-2013, 09:19 PM   #23
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So now you guys got me thinking i can mash in by putting my 8x10 ampeg next to my tun and play something in drop d.

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Old 01-31-2013, 10:26 PM   #24
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So now you guys got me thinking i can mash in by putting my 8x10 ampeg next to my tun and play something in drop d.
I'm thinking that would for aeration

mine's not pre-CBS... just a '97 California, assembled in USA with US parts, shipped to Mexico for painting to bypass pesky environmental & child labor laws.

custom DIY electronics; JB Jr in the bridge, Lil' '59 in the neck. both single-sized humbuckers. tone knobs control those and are push-pull to split the coils

custom-painted pickguard was swapped out for US flag
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I know a few musicians who would love a Marshall stack kegerator for use on stage.
You mean, like this? (http://marshallfridge.com/) It's not actually a working amp, and you would have to convert it into a kegerator, but both projects would be fairly easy.
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You mean, like this? (http://marshallfridge.com/) It's not actually a working amp, and you would have to convert it into a kegerator, but both projects would be fairly easy.
oh, hellzyeah! birthday is coming up, this is going on my wishlist
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Says it's 32" tall, so assuming that's outside dimensions and because it looks like you might be able to modify the freezer to get it out of the way, this might not be too bad of a kegerator mod!

Now the trick would be modifying the door to be able to fit speakers so you could at LEAST use it for a cabinet!

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