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Old 12th May 2008, 04:01 PM   #1
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Default My wife is cheating on me.

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"Topic: My wife is cheating on me.
PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 1:11 am by jupiter8

I think my wife is cheating on me. I am a working musician and, as you would expect, travel a lot. I have been noticing strange things happening when I get home. Her mobile phone rings and she steps outside to answer it or she says, "I'll call you back later". When I ask her who called she gets evasive.

Sometimes she goes out with friends but comes home late, getting dropped off around the corner and walking the rest of the way. I once picked up the extension while she was on the phone and she got very angry.

A buddy of mine plays guitar in a band. He told me that my
wife and some guy have been to his gigs. He wanted to borrow my guitar amp.

That's when I got the idea to find out for myself what was really happening.
I said "Sure, you can use my amp but I want to hide behind it at the gig and see if she comes into the venue and who she comes in with".
He agreed.

Saturday night came and I slipped behind my vintage Marshall JMP MKII 50W half stack to get a good view.
I could feel the heat coming off the back of the amp.

It was at that moment, crouching down behind the amp, that I noticed that one of the tubes was not glowing as bright as the other 3.

Is this something I can fix myself or do I need to take it to a technician?

Thanks
Very Concerned"
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Old 12th May 2008, 04:21 PM   #2
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That's a great one, neutron - I think he'll need to go to counselling for his amp but he should be able to fix his wife without a technician!
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That is hilarious.
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The original letter sender to Guitarist magazine who wrote that, probably wanted to imply something about audio obsession. The joke is on audio nut musos IMO.
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Old 13th May 2008, 06:56 AM   #6
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LMAO. That reminds me of a bumper sticker i saw the other day ...

"My wifey said if i go fishing one more time she's going to leave me ... i'm sure going to miss her!"
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..or turn into this guy...

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btw I think the back of his shirt says Offender.
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Yikes! It's Santa gone bad, really bad.....


Hey, where is that? Is it in front of the Hermitage in St. Pete?
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Old 14th May 2008, 12:59 PM   #9
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Default Re: My wife is cheating on me.

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Originally posted by neutron7
From the KVR forums:
Found one response amusing on the KVR:
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Most people these days don't know much about tubes. Have "him" help you remove the dim tube. With the power on. With just his fingers. Then you'll have his fingerprints. Not a copy, the originals.
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Old 16th May 2008, 02:13 AM   #10
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I think there is a 12 step program for this....

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