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It's a solid little amp capable of producing some really nice sounds. I had one for a while and enjoyed the touch sensitivity of the gain section.
My secret sauce is just rolling back the tone knob a bit and varying my pick attack similar to session guitarist, Tim Pierce.
When my jamming buddies come over, we often record our sessions. 4 inputs: 1 kick drum and 1 overhead; 1 mic on my guitar amp; 1 direct out from...
It has a nice, clean look to it. I actually like the absence of the tele control plate.
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You may be able to achieve that sound cheaply with the 5w Monoprice tube amp. Buy one and crank the volume to find out. I had one and I think it...
Roland Micro Cube. I have the GX and it's a simple practice amp that can produce great sounds at low volume. No screens/menus and no computer...
I've never really associated valve amps with versatility. If you want an amp with built-in effects, digital is the way to go.
I only wish there were more of it. I can hear it in my head going on for a while longer: washy, big cymbal crashes with fast snare rolls; big...
In my experience, a very low budget guitar can be just as playable as anything with the right modifications and time put into it.
I've played both. Not really a fan of the BJr. The ac10, however, sounds brilliant. Nice full sounds with a great reverb.
There's dozens of bits of gear that make up the typical drum kit. The drum shells are usually the same set, but all of the other pieces are a mix...
Fender Princeton 112.
Jordan J110(I think that was the model).
Fender Princeton Chorus.
Fender M80 head into ADA 2x12.
The title of this thread made me think of this scene from Always Sunny:
I just can't see why I would care what other people wear or how they present themselves.
I had a Superbeetle in brg for a while. It was a great amp and the NuTube had a familiar feel to traditional tubes. It really nails the Vox sound,...
Thanks for sharing! I was a big fan growing up. I love the uniqueness of their overall vibe.
Rao's is very tasty with the best ingredients. Also, brown rice sucks.
Edited to add: Brady is a tool.
GHS Strings have always been reliable for me.
John Wick without a doubt. How is this even debatable?
Nostalgia took hold of me this week and I bought an Epi LP Special II VE. Haven't received it yet, though. The glossy version was my first...
I like the book, "The Guitar Player Repair Guide," by Dan Erlewine.
Jim Campilongo runs his Princetons on 10 all the time.