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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Gr8tfulEd, Oct 21, 2007.
1 telecaster, 1 amp
+ 1 = 286
I have 2 which makes it 287.
1 Blues jr. and a Marshall MG cd 10 solid state.
Some of you guys must have a warehouse attached to your house!
+ a very lonely solid state Crate = 288.
We've blasted past the Strat Headcount. Interesting!
Yep - I know that really... I love my SFDR... Thanks though...
11? Can we get a rundown on that stable?
I am currently ampless (sold a Blues Jr to finance a kit build)
1 5E3 clone
1 57 dual rec tweed bassman
64 Deluxe Reverb
68 Princeton Reverb
Headstrong Lil King (BFPR clone)
Polytone Mini Brute
SF Bassman head
Does a Crate Powerblock count? (my backup)
288 + 9 = 297
300+ 4 = 304
'68 super reverb
'67 regal amp champ copy
Gibson 1955 GA30, Fender 65BFSR, 69SFVR, VVT Fralin Amp, Vox AC15CC1X and Fishman Loudbox. +6 = 310.
A Fender Blues Jnr, A Fender Tweed Deluxe & a Fender 210FM so that's 313
313+2 = 315
96 Reissue Tweed Fender Blues Jr. (I'll only have it for another week. The guy who loaned it to me is moving away, and wants it back. The city he's moving to actually has a music scene that's not country, so he's hoping to get back in the game.)
Vibe 15W Practice amp, currently used as a keyboard amp.
You know what that means... them concubine guitars need to be shown some attention now
Just like bullets - all you need is one.
I need so many amps because I record a wide variety of stuff on a weekly basis - but even then, I'm sure I could get by with only one. When it comes to gigging, I'm just like everyone else, I only bring one.
If I could buy one more amp, it would be yours BritishBluesBoy - '77 was when I was born and I would love a Deluxe Reverb!
+2 = 317
Pro Junior and Twin Reverb.
'71 super reverb
hot rod deluxe
Homebrew OD Deluxe Reverb
Mesa Lonestar Special
AX84 P1 Extreme
323 + 6 = 330
330 + 3 = 333
Here's four more
'67 BF Bandmaster (w/ 2x12 cab)
'67 BF Bassman (w/ 2x12 cab)
'88 Peavey Special 150 (1x12)
'94 Matchless DC30 (2x12)