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A SF Princeton Reverb.
Congrats, I had a SS22 for a while and it was a great sounding amp.
I agree with your tech, I would not think of rolling an amp on an uneven or bumpy surface. Vibrations cannot be good for the amp.
Plus I don’t...
Played my Les Paul with ‘57’s through my BFDR last night. Not a bad tone to be had.
I primarily use my Fender guitars with my Fender amps, but my Les Pauls still sound good through my Fender amps. Like Rangemaster said, “There are...
‘64 CDR no question.
How do they sound? Did you have Weber do the free break-in?
This covers my favorite speakers, being amp dependent:
*For Marshall amps a vintage G12-65
*For Fender amps a vintage C12N
*For a Mesa Boogie an...
That one ranks very high.
Similar story with me recently, not kicked out, but the band dissolved.
Jammed regularly with three guys that I’ve known for years, a couple of...
Voted pearl white, looks the best of the two choices, but I’d prefer plain white myself.
I’m a boring plain black or white pick-guard type guy. I...
My current oldest amp, a 1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb.
Check out Billy Gibbon’s new 59 (model #?) Magnatone. Great sounding amps.
I think the lower watt amps are EL84 driven which would detract me...
Sweet Baby Ray’s
For the win.
Remember you have a 30 day return policy with GC. If you got an amp different than you ordered I’d probably be upset.
Ground off the name plate...
Excellent job and a beautiful amp.
Congrats, love to see some photos.
Hope they don’t, shock city!
Definitely put on a show.
I saw the Kentucky Headhunters at a small local venue last year. Greg was definitely still using old Marshall’s, I’m not sure if his Les Paul was...
They are awesome. I heard about them on NPR radio and did some research, a cool band.
I tried both the brownface amp and a ‘68 Custom Deluxe Reverb with a factory Creamback NEO when I bought my last Telecaster. I thought the ‘68 CDR...