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Re: I think it's been done!

2/25/2000 5:31 PM
J Epstein
Re: I think it's been done!
With the right syndrum patches and a copy of "The Clash Live At Bond's Casino" or "Sly And Robbie's Greatest Hits," you'd be right there, wouldn't you?  
This is pretty demented, Mark, you know that, right?  
I want one.  
2/25/2000 5:52 PM
Todd Hepler
It has been done
Hi mark ,  
Someone actually did make this . There is a website for it somewhere ( its been a few years - i dont remember where)  
all you need is a kickin' car stereo and youre in !  
todd Hepler
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2/25/2000 7:07 PM
anonymous Re: A car for guitar players
"I wonder if they have an upgrade from the Reverb trim level. Maybe the Deluxe Reverb, or the Super Reverb. :-P"
Then, of course, there's the two-seater "Twin Reverb".....  
2/25/2000 7:33 PM
ken m

Does it run on the same G.A.S. as we do?
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