How many amps do you own ?

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  1. johnny k

    johnny k Friend of Leo's

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    I have got 5. Peavey bandit 112, fender stage something, mustang 2 or 3, fender vibrochamp, and a drive amp. Only really used the peavey and the fender.
     
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  3. Chud

    Chud Poster Extraordinaire

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    Not as many as I used to, still more than I probably need. Lol
     
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    Fretting out Friend of Leo's

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    Tone master- twin reverb
    Champion 100- almost worthless
    68 custom Princeton reverb
    Vox ac.15
    Boss katana mini
    Black star Id core 10 - also almost worthless/ terrible tone control
    70’s Ampeg bass head with 8x10 cab- one HEAVY! beast

    So 7 I think
     
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    I have six.

    - Two Alamo Montclair Reverb 1x12 combos

    - One of the very first Category 5 Tsunami amps ever made, when he still called the company S2. It might actually be the first one, cause I commissioned it from him. It's a head, and I use it with an ancient Mesa Boogie "Half-Back" 4x12 cabinet. The top two 12s are open back, and the bottom two 12s are closed back.

    - A mid-80s Roland JC120

    - An early 80s Randall RG-80ES 1x12 combo

    - An early 80s Randall RG-120ES 4x10 combo (never seen or heard of another one)
     
  6. 24 track

    24 track Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    11 in all -verious forms
    2 early 60's beltones (teisco) great sound
    1 Pine Pepco widow maker
    1 G&K 112
    1 Fender rumble 100
    1 Fender BF twin 65 RI
    1 Marshall JCM 800 4104 white tolex
    1 Sunn sonaro early 60's
    1 Fender Jam SS Ipulled the amp out of the cab and made it into a head

    I include mt studio rig

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    and my virtual rig a ton of plugins that I can drop right into logic

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    4. A peavy bandit 112 (red stripe), a trinity tramp, a home scratch built Orange Tiny Terror clone, and a 1968 ish traynor ygm-2. Probably don't need them all but all fun to learn and play
     
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    5:
    65 TRRI
    65 PRRI
    AC30C2X
    AC4C1-12(X)
    Adio Air GT
     
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    Just 2 amps:

    Vox AC30C2

    Fender Excelsior
     
  10. nvilletele

    nvilletele Friend of Leo's

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    Currently 7

    Carr Vincent
    Carr Mercury
    Victoria 518
    Fender SF Vibro Champ
    Trace Acoustic TA60
    Trace Acoustic TA100R
    Some kind of very little epiphone practice amp.
     
  11. naveed211

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    Zero!

    I’m storing my dad’s Marshall valvestate since they don’t have a basement at their new house and he’s not gigging currently. So I don’t own that.

    I’ve been software amps for years primarily with Scuffham S-Gear. So, no physical amps, at least. I love amps, just find software more practical for my purposes and it sounds great in its own right.
     
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    I dont know what the symbol is for the quantitative value "not enough " but that's my answer.

    I have (currently, in my house)
    Fender 75(1982)
    Supro BK12 (2019)
    Bugera V5 infinium(201?)
    Peavey Renown 2×12(19??)
    Peavey session (19??)
    Peavey Nashville 400(19??)
    Peavey Bandit (198?)

    I think its obvious I need to pick up something tweed in the Pro family, something around 50w in the SF family, something sitting around 10w, something in the 20 something watts, and something around 30ish.

    I'm only keeping 2 peaveys, the bandit and whatever I like best with the console steel. I THINK the Nashville....?
     
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  13. JKjr

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    Twenty eight here at the house, a few more scattered around here and there. Can you have too many?
     
  14. doghouseman

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    none of you guys have Marshalls???
     
  15. AAT65

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    When I answered this question a couple of years ago it was 2, maybe 3: now I’d have to say it’s a confirmed 2 as we moved house since then and the Elpico head never turned up. And I haven’t switched the Marshall SS amp on for 3 years or longer so it’s only the AC15C1 that is in active use.
     
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    actually I missed this:

    Marshall JCM 800 4104 white tolex

    there was no picture of it.
     
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  17. JuneauMike

    JuneauMike Poster Extraordinaire

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    I have the following:
    Hand built 5F1 tweed
    Hand built 5F11 tweed
    DRRI
    Ampeg 25w bass amp (bass & acoustic guitar)
    Princeton Chorus circa early 90s.
    Black Cat cigar box amp.

    I have a Blues Jr amp that is in pieces right now and will eventually become a hand wired EL84 Frankenstein amp. Need to get back on that.

    The two tweed amps are rotated every couple of months from my living room. They are my Saturday morning drinking coffee and noodling rig. The DRRI I haven't played in a long time, but would never part with it. The Ampeg and the tweeds get used a lot in church.
     
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  18. unixfish

    unixfish Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    I have a Mustang III. So one, with about 10 different amps inside it.
     
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  19. Peegoo

    Peegoo Friend of Leo's

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    Q: "How many amps do you own?"

    Me: "Yes."
     
  20. Dave Hicks

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    Richter Tweed Deluxe clone
    Fender Princeton Reverb II
    Gretsch 6150T
    Roland Micro Cube
    Fender Rumble 40

    Five!

    D.H.
     
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