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Have Vox AC30, Will Travel

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Travel like a rock musician, complete with classic amplifier i.e. the fantastic AC30, as used by Rory Gallagher, amongst many.

The only difference being, instead of housing a set of real twin cones behind that battered metal grill, there is the usual compartment that opens to reveal your clothes and other travelling possessions. Everything else is replicated: especially the knobs, that you can twirdle mindlessly, whilst waiting for check in.

xenzag, Apr 14 2008

AC30 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vox_AC30
[xenzag, Apr 14 2008]

AC130 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AC_130
This one goes to eleventy. [AbsintheWithoutLeave, Apr 14 2008]

boom box briefcase http://www.boingboi...smiths-boombox.html
[jaksplat, Apr 15 2008]


       Just make sure it's not as heavy as the AC30; they have two handles for a reason.
angel, Apr 15 2008

       I like Paul Smith's work, but that thing is an embarrassment - and it costs a fortune! Nice work if you can get it. (note you can twirdle the knobs on my Vox - and that's important)
xenzag, Apr 15 2008

       I like it. I initially thought this would be a guitar case that doubled as the amplifier.
normzone, Apr 15 2008

       I think the Orange would be cooler, but the AC30 would sound better - gotta have ballsy-sounding clothes.
wagster, Apr 15 2008

I would include a small amplifier in it powered by a 9v battery for those busking moments.
Come to think of it, I had a guitar amp in a packet of Malboro a few Christmases ago!
gnomethang, Apr 15 2008


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