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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Gonflyn, Sep 30, 2021.
Soldano SLO and Fender Twin
My current rig - Supro 1606 and a Mesa Subway Rocket. I play in stereo and each serves as backup for the other. I could easily sell all my others and play these for the rest of my life.
marshalls and superchamps for me..how did that yellow pedal get there?
My Marshall JCM 2000 is a keeper, but I'd love to add one of those new Tonemaster Super Reverbs to the team!
I had my 1966 Fender Princeton Reverb amp for around 37 years, si I already know what they sound like, to be honest, I don't miss it at all, because I can use the Katana at home.
too tuff of a question to answer at this time
Hmmm, tough question.
Something Fender and something Marshall is as best I can do right now
I’m satisfied with these two .
Here's my two amps: Marshall DSL40CR and Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb. Don't have plans for another any time soon. These two amps do it all.
While my Boogie Express provides me with everything I want/need in an amp, I can't recall the last time I played through it. Everything I do these days is using amp models. Should I need a proper amp for a live setting or wish to hear "turn that F$*&* thing down", my Boogie is my go to amp.
Easy... My Kat 100 and my 5E3.
My Helix 1 Box 57 Amp Models
But so far the go to I've been using a lot is the Friedman BE-100 Deluxe, Just a Killer amp
and the Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier
Two BF Twins in stereo...
It would be these two, my Marshall Astoria Classic (hand-wired, 30 watts, and KT66 powered) and my 1967 Fender Vibrolux Reverb (35 watts, 6L6 powered, and still with the BF circuit).
With these two portable amps I can cover all the tones that I like from SRV, to ZZ-Top, GNR, and Zeppelin.
My answer depends on whether or not reliability is a factor or if this is a hypothetical where it's assumed said amps will never die.
If it's a real world question then I guess my Twin Reverb & 410 DeVille (Blues or Hot Rod).
If not then it's the Twin Reverb & a Johnson Millennium (I know....gross). Despite it not being a "Real Amp" it's easily the most useful amp I've ever owned. The only times I've ever been complimented on my tone was with the Johnson.
Depends if (or rather when) I sell my condo, join my fellow dissidents in Eaglefornia ID or closeby, and get a house. Then I'd go for a JCM800 2203. That and maybe for travel one of those Orange Micro Terrors with the 1 x 8 cabinet because they're so darn cute. Right now I've got a JCM900 4501 combo which I've had for nigh on 30 years that I'll never part with for daytime when I can open up somewhat without irritating the neighbors, and a DSL5CR for night and travel. The only advantage of a Micro Terror over the DSL5 is that it would be a bit easier to transport.
Then I could sell them and buy a bunch if amps.
I have my two. Headstrong Verbrovibe and Headstrong King Reverb with two 10s. Would I like a few more? Of course. Would I trade one of these for it? No sir.