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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Treynor, Jun 8, 2019.
Nothing big. But they can get loud. A couple more elsewhere.
I could look @ pics of amps & teles all day. Hmm, maybe that's what I'm doing.
These days, I'm looking for the easy to manage, giggable amp that gives me variety vs amp variety.
Be careful what you wish for...
There are 20 amps in that picture, three of which you can't even see behind all the other amps. Yes, I have a problem... not the least of which is that I have plans for several more builds already in my head.
My two BF Fender’s and my two Marshall’s get it done for me.
Yin and Yang:
Since I rarely play out and don’t try to cop anyone’s sound except my own, I’ve sold off everything except this AC10VS1. This little Vox with a few pedals and four guitars gives me all I need. Now you may notice that I’m “Telecaster- less” at the moment, having sold off my Kotzen tele several months ago. I think there may be an Esquire in my future...
I've pretty much satisfied my gas for guitars and pedals but amps.... Not so much.
'66 Magnatone M10
'66 Ampeg Jet
Crate Stealth 50H and Ampeg 4x12 can
Vox AC4TVH into a 2x12 can
Dr Z Maz18 2x10
Marco MA17 PA conversion
Others I've had in the past and moved on:
Vox AC15 cc
Epi Valve Jr
Peavey stereo chorus 2x12
My want list:
Silver face Deluxe reverb
I parted with a few this past year and a few of these may still go. Or maybe not lol.
This is barebones, effective, and built to last.
I highly recommend it.
68 Princeton Reverb and 69 Deluxe Reverb
I like amps, I wish I had more.
I have a couple of ´em:
-1948 Fender Princeton
-1952 Gibson GA20
-1956 Fender Deluxe
-1958 Fender Pro
-1959 Gibson GA20
-1959 Fender Bassman RI
-1963 Pine Paul Canadian model
-1965 Fender Bassman
-1965 Fender Deluxe
-1987 Fender Stage 85
-2011 Fender 212 Deville
-2012 Vox AC15HW1x
I would to get a silverface Princeton sometimes in the future.
I have 3 that pretty much cover all the bases I need covered - 6G2 Brownface Princeton, Blackface Vibrolux Reverb and a 5f1 champ clone I put together from a Boothill kit. Kind of a mama bear, papa bear and baby bear trio that lets me choose just the size I need for any occasion.
Ok here's mine:
'65 Ampeg Reverberocket
'95 Fender Concert Amp
'90s Fender Vibroverb RI
'90's Ampeg B100R
'70 Twin Reverb
'90's Ampeg Jet J12T
Super Champ XD 12" speaker cabinet minus chassis
not pictured- 2010 SCXD
Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
Quiet......we're hunting wabbits.
i play em all at proper volume but they all have MV..quite effective Trainwreck 3 PPIMV for those who must play under an amps designed level
Living off the grid, I'm sort of glad I'm restricted by watt usage. One loud enough for gigs, one very versatile and one living room amp plus a bass amp:
Fender Champ 12
VHT Special 6 Ultra head with homemade 10" cab
Fender Greta 2W
Crate SS bass amp BT15
Oh, for low watt usage satisfying amp spice, I have gone to amp-in-a-box pedals:
CB Formula #5
Amp variety is the spice of life. Unfortunately, I usually have to sell one to fund the purchase of the next one. However, right now I am in the fortunate situation where a friend gave me as a gift a brand new Marshall Code modeling amp head. So currently I have a Vox AC10C1, and an amp that does virtually every other amp in the world. Variety.