Any Pics of your Jam Space?

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This is the first glance. When I bought my house it had a clean cellar....a must....and I made this studio from scratch. 20k later, I had my dream space.
That 20k was just for the studio....the equipment was much more.......shhhhhhhh...Don't tell the Mrs.😉
 

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Thanks.....I am relatively technically challenged but I will do my best the next time
Just select multiple images to upload.
You can insert all at once and add text in between, or insert one at a time after uploading.
Ultra cool jam space, btw.
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Thank you....many years of purchases, trades, sales and CL chooches but I am pretty, almost satisfied 😌....my next want is to build a Frankenstein axe with some real sassy pickups and and a cool paint job.
Just select multiple images to upload.
You can insert all at once and add text in between, or insert one at a time after uploading.
Ultra cool jam space, btw.
You...
 

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very nice. simple. clean, and the basics. who could ask for anything more.
Thanks! I'm super excited to get my acoustic panels done and start recording down there. The room sounds great! Got all my amps hooked up yesterday, and I am very pleased with the sound in the room. Nice live sound to the room which is exactly what I wanted. My old jam room was carpeted, and I couldn't believe how much that deadens the sound compared to my new room. Night and day difference. I'm excited to hear how much my recordings improve from just having a proper setup.
 

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Thanks! I'm super excited to get my acoustic panels done and start recording down there. The room sounds great! Got all my amps hooked up yesterday, and I am very pleased with the sound in the room. Nice live sound to the room which is exactly what I wanted. My old jam room was carpeted, and I couldn't believe how much that deadens the sound compared to my new room. Night and day difference. I'm excited to hear how much my recordings improve from just having a proper setup.
i like that rack you have your amps on. can it hold a regular size head with the amp hanging over the ends?
thats the kind of room i want. its the Goldie Locks room lol.
 

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i like that rack you have your amps on. can it hold a regular size head with the amp hanging over the ends?
thats the kind of room i want. its the Goldie Locks room lol.
Yeah, I think it could support a full sized head with it hanging over the ends. Each shelf can support up to 264 lbs. I just found one that fit my needs, but there's a few different sizes available from the manufacturer. Here is the one I got.


 

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Pulled some pics from the web form the house we moved out of 5 years ago...my old jam space. A huge bonus room upstairs with high ceilings.

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I don't miss living there at all but I do miss that space.
 

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