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who still has one of those voodoo P.A. built prototype witchdoctor heads?

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  • who still has one of those voodoo P.A. built prototype witchdoctor heads?

    i bought mine from someone here, and sold it later to someone else here. i really want it back. please?

  • #2
    this was it.





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    • #3
      this was it.





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      • #4
        what the hell is that??



        looks like it belongs in a museum!



        but it has a brutal/savage switch - so i guess you can talk about it here.
        Sig: don't care enough to have oneWAIT!!! - www.guitarampboard.com

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        • #5
          what the hell is that??



          looks like it belongs in a museum!



          but it has a brutal/savage switch - so i guess you can talk about it here.
          Sig: don't care enough to have oneWAIT!!! - www.guitarampboard.com

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          • #6
            I had a old 18 watt Voodoo a long time ago. It looked similar to that one layout wise but was in a old wooden head. Didn't sound horrible but I never could gel with it. Sold it a few months later.
            Gibson | Mesa Boogie
            PRS | ESP | Bogner

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            • #7
              I had a old 18 watt Voodoo a long time ago. It looked similar to that one layout wise but was in a old wooden head. Didn't sound horrible but I never could gel with it. Sold it a few months later.
              Gibson | Mesa Boogie
              PRS | ESP | Bogner

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              • #8
                I had one at one point. It was in it's original chassis. Looked a 50's toaster. Sounded as good as one as well.

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                • #9
                  I had one at one point. It was in it's original chassis. Looked a 50's toaster. Sounded as good as one as well.

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                  • #10
                    ^I always laughed as I never got any "Savage" or "Brutal" results from changing the position of that toggle switch lol

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                    • #11
                      ^I always laughed as I never got any "Savage" or "Brutal" results from changing the position of that toggle switch lol

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                      • #12






                        Quote Originally Posted by CaViTaTioN
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                        I had one at one point. It was in it's original chassis. Looked a 50's toaster. Sounded as good as one as well.




                        The tone of the one I had was nothing impressive either. Sounded fairly lifeless.
                        Gibson | Mesa Boogie
                        PRS | ESP | Bogner

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                          Quote Originally Posted by CaViTaTioN
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                          I had one at one point. It was in it's original chassis. Looked a 50's toaster. Sounded as good as one as well.




                          The tone of the one I had was nothing impressive either. Sounded fairly lifeless.
                          Gibson | Mesa Boogie
                          PRS | ESP | Bogner

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                          • #14
                            It sounded like the darkest Fender amp you could imagine with dying tubes. The gain knob was confusing as there really wasn't any of that either

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                            • #15
                              It sounded like the darkest Fender amp you could imagine with dying tubes. The gain knob was confusing as there really wasn't any of that either

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