Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by redeyeflight » Tue Dec 22, 2009 10:59 pm

Here she is: Dragonfly #4...trannies are: AC187 and BC1078
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Post by devnulljp » Wed Dec 23, 2009 1:22 am

Very nice. I like those bigger Hammond boxes.
Mine is #10 w/ a CV7112 (not sure of the top of my head what the Si trannie is...).
It seems to have been serviced though, so no idea what was originally in there (Used to be SBlue's) .
Sounds very different to either of the other two Drag'n'Flys I've had. Nice crunch and quiet as a mouse.

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Post by Braden » Sat Jan 02, 2010 5:06 am

I love the look of those big box Drag'n'flys.
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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by professor plum » Thu Apr 15, 2010 7:18 am

redeyeflight wrote:Here she is: Dragonfly #4...trannies are: AC187 and BC1078
i know its late, but im SO AMPED there was a D*A*M box with a captain beefheart quote in it... :tu:
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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by jerms » Thu Apr 15, 2010 7:28 am

here's #7 recently gotten from ebay! i was the only bidder!! :hihi: BC107B/AC128K combo...... this thing sounds great!!! :tu:
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Post by GarethFlatlands » Mon Aug 23, 2010 8:43 pm

devnulljp wrote:Very nice. I like those bigger Hammond boxes.
Mine is #10 w/ a CV7112 (not sure of the top of my head what the Si trannie is...).
It seems to have been serviced though, so no idea what was originally in there SBlue's) .
Sounds very different to either of the other two Drag'n'Flys I've had. Nice crunch and quiet as a mouse.

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That one used to be mine! Loved the tone but it wasn't what I was after so I 'bayed it and it went for a sensible amount which was cool. Glad to see it's in good hands and not with some idiot trying to scam thousands for it. Now all I need is a Meathead to take its place.
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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by Canadian Steve » Mon Aug 23, 2010 11:32 pm

I used to own that red one as well! I think I was the 2nd owner. Had to sell it to raise funds for a new amp, didn't get much for it back then!
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Post by professor plum » Mon Aug 23, 2010 11:44 pm

is that the one with teh beefheart quote in it? thats my favorite quote iv seen in a D*A*M i think.

edit: im an idiot. its the green one thats at teh top of this page. my bad.
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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by GarethFlatlands » Tue Aug 24, 2010 5:26 pm

Canadian Steve wrote:I used to own that red one as well! I think I was the 2nd owner. Had to sell it to raise funds for a new amp, didn't get much for it back then!
It's been back and forth over the pond a few times then! I bought it off a local guitarist who's named on the backplate after it blew and Dave re-built it, then I sold it on to someone in the US/Canada. It sadly wasn't extreme sounding enough for me and didn't cut through the band mix well enough.
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Re: Dragonfly/Drag'n'fly History

Post by Canadian Steve » Tue Aug 24, 2010 7:02 pm

My name is a bit of a throw off - I'm actually living in Belfast and sold it to someone in England!
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