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opinion..best.telecaster amp...in studio ...on stage?

Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by 4telecaster4, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. 4telecaster4

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    curious what people think the better/ best telecaster amp in studio or/and on the stage would be.....of course i know everyones ears and music styles are different ....so this is general opinion .....know Brad paisley likes the Z's and train wreaks ....alot of times i see fender hot rods on TV....i have a deluxe reverb... a bandmaster ....and a fender stage 112se....which with a compressor in front sounds alot like the clean channel of a hot rod..so. thoughts...best studio..????..best stage.???? .....are mine the best amps..?...I know ..there are better out there ......your opinion on the matter
     
  2. 4telecaster4

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    curious what people think the better/ best telecaster amp in studio or/and on the stage would be.....of course i know everyones ears and music styles are different ....so this is general opinion .....know Brad paisley likes the Z's and train wreaks ....alot of times i see fender hot rods on TV....i have a deluxe reverb... a bandmaster ....and a fender stage 112se....which with a compressor in front sounds alot like the clean channel of a hot rod..so. thoughts...best studio..????..best stage.???? .....are mine the best amps..?...I know ..there are better out there ......your opinions on the matter
     
  3. Jazzerstang

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    for studio- PR or vibro-champ with a nice reverb unit/pedal. I'd rock that!
    stage- mic that PR
     
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    All around amp, have to go with Deluxe Reverb.
     
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    Fender 1959 tweed deluxe 5e3 circuit
     
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    Marty Stuart and Kenny Vaughn both use Silverface Princeton Reverbs. Marty once said he could get any sound out of his rig he wanted. If I was a gigging musician I'd look at the PR, the Twin and the Deluxe and go from there.
     
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    Too many amps, too many styles, too many words, not enough brainpower to put it all in order.
     
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    I played thru a Mesa Boogie Lonestar Classic the other day.

    It's a tele players dream.

    Can cover everything from chicking picking to classic rock.
     
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    Peavey classic series on stage, Princeton Reverb, Champ or any low watt EL84 amp for the studio.
     
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    a friend has the lonestar...really nice amp....i remember in 70's every country band seemed to have peaveys......even some of the southern rock bands had them.....the PR......is a wonderful amp....wish i had at least one of the two i used to have....they were probably used on 90% of songs ever recorded in the sixties ......i do love my dr....'68......use it all the time.....
     
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    It's up to the player to make the amp sound good. Some guys get by with almost anything, Marty is one of them.

    The PR is a good choice for certain types of music. So are some non Fender amps. The PV Classic 30 works for some.

    I think the amps you have all could sound pretty decent. It's the licks and note placement that get my attention over what has the best tone.
     
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    Those Lonestars are cool looking amps. But geesh, I don't know if I have the mental power to operate them. They are like little futuristic robots!
     
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    i agree....about lonestar....im a plug and play player....minimal pedals....i glad to see people liking the 5E....i was thinking of getting a 5E kit...sometime in the next 6 months...
     
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    +1

    Some may even say it can be just a one trick poney, but geesh this amp in the hands of the right player that knows how to use all its power and nuances can produce some tones definitely made in heaven. IMHO of course.
     
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    You'll get as many different answers as there are players here....
     
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    My '63 AC30 rules the stage and studio.
     
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    For studio work anything will do, but the Tweed tone seems to cut thru the mix better when playing live. Marshalls, also, have more midrange. Whatever you use, make sure it's tube.
     
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