Yeah last time we moved I just wasn't going to have the space to keep them at home so a lot of furniture which we couldn't part with, most of my amps and some guitars went into storage. I go and check on them every so often but I just don't have room for them here. The only gear I keep at the house is my princeton, prs, purple tele, strat, les paul and my helix. Everything else is either at our rehearsal room or at the storage centre.
There's nothing super exciting there in terms of amps tbh, a hot rod deville, mesa tremoverb and a marshall jcm900.
2x12 combo and I was going to say that it was forged in the heart of a dying star but thinking about it, it IS the heart of a dying star. At least it feels like that if you try and move it. It was my main amp from 1999-2005 ish.
I love my mesa but was in a few bands that suited a fender and pedals a little better. I'm sorry to say it's not been used in anger in a long time but I just couldn't bear to part with it. Even if I was playing in a heavier band again I don't think I could deal with carrying it to gigs anymore. It's easily the heaviest amp I've ever owned.
I love the guitar. It's so stylish. I've been collecting guitars for a while, from cheap $10 guitars to thousands of dollars ones are in my collection.
One of my last attractions was an old mandolin, but I am still buying it since I am not informed about those instruments.
Does somebody know sites, books, or where I can find more information about mandolins? I am planning on learning how to play it, so that I would appreciate any advice. Is this the same how to play guitar, or is it much more complicated?