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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by schmee, May 16, 2019.
According to who? HBs, cut the lows. Buttah.
Do people actually say that?
When I put my Les Paul Custom through my DRRI cranked, it sounds like Steve Jones on Never Mind the Blokes. And I LIKE it.
Love a Les Paul through a DR.
The amp has lots of knobs for a reason...
Well I guess I have heard it some, but maybe more "fender" rather than Deluxe".
well, I'm pretty sure Warren Haynes, or at least those listening to him, may disagree. Saw him sitting in with Little Feat back in March, Les Paul plugged straight into a Deluxe Reverb. Holy crap. Both sublime and humbling all at once. It sounded, just, excellent.
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 knobs on an amp for a reason”.
as with everything on the internet, it is all subjective. whomever is stating that may not be tweaking the pair enough.
Hell, my SG sounded good clean through my CDR
it's not even subjective - I think it's totally false
6V6 class AB, 12 speaker, AB763 circuit....HOW ON EARTH COULD IT SUCK with a humbucker?
Everything sounds better with humbuckers. (Sorry TDPRI)
I love my DRRI turned up to about 5 with HBs in a band setting. Clear, crunch, detail without harshness. It's all there with pick attach and the volume knobs.
I don't know who that guy is. Apparently he is a famous guitar player. I though his tone sounded pretty horrible through a Deluxe Reverb. He seemed to think he sounded good, çuz he kept on playing. One minute and a half of some kind of electric guitar sound. I guess it's a matter of taste. One man's meat is another man's poison.
Aw Shucks....after watching that vid...I have to dig out my 65 Deluxe reverb and jam...just hope the tubes are still holding up....lol
I know he uses tweed Twins, but even Keith Richards has stated there’s something special about a Fender guitar plugged into a Fender amp. I wouldn’t say that Gibson’s sound bad through a Fender, and neither would Keith. Just that The Fender/Fender thing is... special.
To me, a Gibson into a blackface/silverface circuit is the perfect combination of a 'raunchy' guitar into a 'polite' amp. These amps don't want to break up, but when they're pushed into distortion by humbuckers it's great.
You should probably google Greg Koch and do some listening. Helluva player in all styles, but he's half comedian too!
i played my es 339 through a handwired 64 deluxe and I think that was the most beautiful, glorious guitar noise I ever made.
I was just talking with a friend the other day. He told me, "You should never plug a Gibson guitar into a Fender amp." I said, "Well thankfully nobody told Toy Caldwell that."