how the heck do you post a picture? i can post a link to get the picture that works well enough but it is bugging me that after a year of trying i still cannot get one to post how many steps are there. it seems like i am jumping all over the place isnt there a simple code to make that happen ---------- tipjar
1847, the most common mistake when trying to post a picture is copying the wrong URL. A lot of people grab the URL from the address bar at the top of the browser. You don't want that one. You want to right click the image and you should get an option like 'copy image url'. Do that and put that in the html.
Like I said, most of those pages will have a couple ways you can click on them- thumbnail view, in a view with a bunch of other pics, or blown up big on a page with no text. Keep right clicking until you find a url that ends in .jpg It was on a page with no text, just the pictures in the left corner.
FOR SALE: Vintage 1960's Danelectro Spring Reverb 9100 Tube Reverb with original Foot Pedal, Original Box, and Gig Case.
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I am the second owner of this Very Good condition Spring Reverb Tank. It works well, and is all stock, right down to the electric cord and beautiful red jewel “on” light. Extremely rare is the original cardboard reverb box. The reverb also comes with a very sturdy and handy road gig case that fits it really well. Probably why it’s in such good condition overall.
The original foot pedal works and looks nearly new. There isn’t a scratch on it.
The machine works exactly as it should. From subtle ghost-like echo, to middle of a cave style.
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This thing has hardly been played, all the notes work, The covers are mint, the comb it flat, and the reed plates are in very good condition. I play Special 20's, so the Marine Band is yours!