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post Sep 29 2013, 11:37 PM
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The steam punk washing machines are actually Hughes and Kettner Cabs - with Speakers, 32" LCD TVs built in and smoke stacks on the side.



His tech has a FULL TIME job keeping this rig flawless, but just in case, he has a duplicate backup.
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post Sep 30 2013, 08:52 PM
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Look at that rack!!! Good thing he has roadies smile.gif A huge rig is just impressive to look at. Then again so is an aircraft carrier or a Main Battle Tank, but I wouldn't want to carry one around! I"m actually trying to develop a stable live configuration based on either a laptop running TH2 or a tablet running Pod XT pro. Complete with foot switches etc. smile.gif


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The steam punk washing machines are actually Hughes and Kettner Cabs - with Speakers, 32" LCD TVs built in and smoke stacks on the side.



His tech has a FULL TIME job keeping this rig flawless, but just in case, he has a duplicate backup.



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