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Discussion in 'Amp Input - Normal or Bright' started by nsriley, May 4, 2006.
67 Fender Bassman
I play through a Boss ME-50 that hooks up to a cheap but suprisingly good working Marshall MG30DFX.
I am using a VOX AD15VT, I got a few months ago figuring that it would make for a good practice / home recording amp... And after replacing the stock speaker with one of those cheep little Jensens it is.
I'm currently using a 1976 Champ; but in the next few days I will be picking up a 1964 Bassman (just the head).
57 Deluxe - 5E3 for me!
I just play through this thing. I like it for what it is...
(That's the Champ on the left).
I just use a Pignose Portable.
Small (good for not angering the neighbors), good tone, small enough to stick on my bookshelf....I love it.
In the future, I see a Marshall micro-stack...but that's once I get out of apartment life.
Just bought a mint Ultimate Chorus 212. Reverb needs some work tank perhaps. Original owner still had the hang tags and perfect manual...
Fender Pro Junior - Good Amp.
I've been through half a dozen amps but after I got this one I was done.
1965 Princeton Reverb, with Rogers replacement baffle with 12" Celestion Vintage 30.
I've got a Classic 30 upgraded with a Weber Blue Dog and a Epi VJ head into a homemade cab with Greenbacks. And I don't want to forget my Smokey Amp.
Oh, yeah, I quite often plug into my POD Pro and go straight into the mixer. It works really well to do it this way when trying to keeping the volume down or record.
Pro Jr in a Tone Dogs 12" Tweed Cabinet
Digiverb and Bad Monkey
Simple and sweet
Randall RX120D head, into a Randall 4x12 cab.
Unlike most Strat players, I play swing and jazz with a clean neck pickup tone on my Strat.
My amp is a fairly new Fender Steel King - 200 clean warm watts through a 15" speaker.
Occassionally I run through a Boss Deluxe Reverb emulator stompbox if I want to add a little fur to the sound.
I picked up an ac15cc a few months back, I think its a fantastic amp.Its all I am using right now.
Marshall JCM 900 SL-X into a 70's Laney 4x12:
Rivera M-100 (I don't have the cabs any more):
Fender Concert II with a Weber California speaker:
Rivera R-55 1x12 with a V-30:
In addition, I have a self-made Vox AC 30 clone (no trem channel), and lastly, a Mesa Boogie Nomad 45 1x12 combo (no pics here).
Well, I must redact this post... the Boogie's sold. I now use a Deluxe Reverb Reissue. I'm actually much happier with my sound these days too. I thought the Boogie had good tweakability and I could always get good sounds out of it, but I was forever tweaking it... It did sound good and was a very flexible amp, but I must admit I'm glad I made the change. I guess my tastes have changed over the years. When I bought the Boogie new back in 92, I was listening to different music (Because of the Internet, I have more access to music I always wanted to hear!). I hadn't really been terribly excited about the boogie for a while, but this DRRI is just lovely and works great for gigs!
Fender HR Deville 4 x 10 with Jan Phillips NOS 7581. Call the cops on this one!