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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by studio1087, May 23, 2019.
Les Paul Custom with P90s, clean boost, 5 watt tube amp.
Or a Martin 00-15.
Pretty much anything into an AC10.
I often go direct into my amp (acoustic G120DSP) with just a touch of the shortest onboard reverb. Sometimes I will use headphones.
Any of my guitars (tele, PRS Singlecut, Gretsch 5620t) straight into my Mesa Express Plus 5:50.
tele into a carvin v16 w/old jensen alnico speaker.
Tele -> Maxon od 808 -> Tc electronic looper -> Vibrochamp XD
My Strat or Tele, or LP Special(p90), ANYTHING I OWN>SD1>L'il Dawg Tweed Deluxe
Mine is the one where I don't set anything up or plug anything in. The guitar stays on the stand and I go hiking or biking.
I figure after years of daily practice, 1000's of gigs and countless rehearsals, that's the best way to approach simplifying things.
I've never seen a rack mount Uni-Vibe before. That's pretty cool.
Why do you have two Peterson Strobo's? Is each side a separate system for two guitars?
Like others have said, the simplest rig I have is my Martin HD28 all by itself.
If you're talking electric, I guess it would be either my Baja Tele or my Les Paul Traditional into my Vox AC15c1.
I've heard people say that Vox is a one trick pony of an amp, but those people can be forgiven for not knowing how to dial one in.
This one was pretty good, Nocasters into AC4 with Weber Blue Pup in front of the fire....
IMG_1331 by Hoodster posted May 24, 2019 at 9:05 AM
You'll have to ask Sir Gilmour - I yoinked that photo from one of his old rigs
You got me!
1. Radial ToneBone Classic into a Fender Super champ X2 head into a JBL K130.
2. Backstair Fly 3.
Okay, if not acoustic then the Telecaster in the middle into the 68 Princeton Reverb Reissue.
My simplest? My old '65 Harmony H15 plugged straight into the one trick pony, aka, Epi Valve Jr (amp is a combo but I can run it through the 1x12 cab if need be....might need an EQ pedal, depending on the room, beings as all I have at my disposal on the amp is a volume knob. The DeArmond gold foils are interesting single coils, fairly snotty ....my best guestimate is they sound in the P90 territory - they're both at 10+K, supposedly using the type of flexible magnet found on "refrigerator magnets" (?) Dunno this for fact, ain't opening one up
Happy, everytime I switch on that M-box!
My Tele – and my eastman archtop before I got the tele, and lately my new Gibson ES 330 – straight into a humble Fender Blues jr. I used to play jazz, blues and soul with that simple setup and it never let me down – at home, in the studio and for small gigs. For bigger stages I use a Vibrolux though ...
The Blues jr. came to me by chance. We had a gig with brazilian saxophone goddess Maria Braganca and somehow I couldn't bring an amp so our bass player brought his blues jr. and I loved it. I used his for a couple of years until I bought my own.