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Discussion in 'Amp Input - Normal or Bright' started by guitarface, Jan 12, 2019.
What amp do you like to pair with your les paul?
Boogie Mark V
Marshall Vintage Modern 2466 (underrated amp)
Swart AST, Friedman Runt 50, Ceriatone OTS 20, Fender tweed circuits.
Black Face Super Reverb...the reissue is nice and more plentiful.
One that amplifies a guitar
At this point in time/space: Supersonic 22, bottom right.
Fender Deluxe Reverb, Bassman. Marshall Plexi / JTM45 / variants.
Played through an Orange 50 head briefly also- impressive IMO!
Marshall Orgin 20 thru 2x12" vintage 30's
'66 Super Reverb
in the past:
Vintage Randall stack - but that's why I always say … WHAT?
Great amp to match with a les paul.
Blackstar HT1r when the wifes in, Fender Deluxe when shes out, "bedroom player"
My blue ac4 through my homemade "imnota-woodworker" 1x12 cab
5e3, 5d4, 5e6a. Nothing like a real tweed circuit to get it singing.
I can say AC15C1 from experience have a les paul epihone black beuty with seymour duncans and two classic series.
Cant get a bad sound with either.
All golden tone, no frills and nothing fancy. Two channels, reverb, tremolo, master knob. Tis all youll ever need.
But a BF Fender sounds pretty nice:
Marshall Class 5.
5 watts of class A valve amplification. No preamp, just master volume, bass, middle, and treble.
It’s is known as a ‘baby plaexi’. It sounds amazing just plugged straight in, controlling the sound from the guitar.
I have played many gigs with just that (mic’d up for bigger venues). There is definitely something about running a small amp harder.
I most liked the Fryette Memphis30 for (P90) LS.
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Marshall Origin 50, Mesa Boogie Fillmore 50, Mesa Boogie Rect-o-verb 25 (with 2x12 half open back cab).
Playing classic rock and heavy blues through either my '96 or '11 Les Paul standards.
Marshall DSL 40C with a JBL D120 in it.