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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by johnny k, Jun 26, 2020.
As many as electric guitars: two.
A 5E3 Tweed Deluxe and some kind of AC4ish amp, both home wired.
Mesa boogie express 25, used at home mostly.
Cube 80 xl, for gigging. Almost got rid of it, finally found a sound that works in the band mix.
Amplug vox ac30
This question should be asked when my wife isn't around.
MIA Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Vox Pathfinder 15R (two, actually)
Epiphone Valve Jr.
Fender Twin Reverb RI
Fender Deluxe Reverb RI
Fender Frontman 15G
Fender Vibro-Champ XD
Fender Super Champ XD
Fender Mustang I
Vox Cambridge 15
Marshall Valvestate VS15
Boss Katana 50
Down to 5 now, the DRRI, Vox AC10 and Cambridge, Katana, and the VS15... I can’t get rid of the Marshall, nobody wants it lol.
A few, either vintage Fenders, or more-or-less replicas that I've built. Oh, there's a Fishman Loudbox, too...
Allen Encore build with JBL D120F. 35W 6L6, think Vibrolux...
'69 Twin, with modern Jensen C12Ns
'71 Super, with original CTS alnicos
Tweed 5E5-A Pro build (built the cab, too), with 1962 Jensen P15R
'77 Deluxe, with the other JBL (no current photo, as it stays at my son's house)
Weber ReVibe build
Fender Bronco 1975
Fender Princeton Reverb 1976
Fender DRRI 2002
Fender Custom Vibrolux Reverb (Blonde) 1995
Amps I’d like to have:
Don’t hate, I have a hand truck and know how to use it.
Electric? An Orange Micro Terror and a Blues Junior III. I also have a Kustom reissue Tuck ‘n’ Roll in the loft. I only really use my Micro Terror for my keyboard so I might sell that and just use the Kustom as that’s decent clean.
I’m going to replace my Ashdown bass amp with something lighter from Markbass. I’m tempted to get a Tone Master Twin at some point too...
I've gone Marshall clone. Rockitt Retro 50, Avatar 45, and a Trinity 18. I've owned Marshalls in the past, an early 800, a 900, and a 70s metal panel NMV.
I have two others, which make five amps total.
Someday I'd like to own an Ibanez semi hollow. Or even a hollow.
IMG_20200627_195546147 by tm1303 posted Jun 27, 2020 at 10:41 PM
Bass Terror v1 500w with neo 2x10 for gigging the J Bass (bit dull to be honest)
Awesome Vox AC4
If I get back to gigging 6 strings might invest in an AC10 or AC15, but right now all in love with the AC4
Oh and I've got a Roland Cube-X packed away somewhere. Which is, yknow, fine.
Well... let’s see...
Ampeg GVT 15 combo
Ampeg GVT 15 head
Carvin MTS 3200 combo
Peavey Studio Chours 210
Peavey Bandit 112 (silver stripe)
if you want cabinets
Home brew 112
Home brew 210
wow... that’s a lot, but I got my eye on another couple of amps.....
I have 5
Fender Silverface Twin Reverb
Fender 65 Deluxe Reverb reissue
Hughes & Kettner Triplex
Fender G-dec Junior
29 or so.Some are vintage collector's items, but played semi-regularly; several undergoing restoration;
Many are instrument and/or venue-specific, used when I was still physically able to gig. Since the 70's I used amps I could dial-in near the top of their headroom at each venue I played, allowing me to drive the amp from the guitar. With all the gigs I was doing over the years a large number of amps was needed to optimize my tone.
I've held onto them as investments and/or because my musician/adult kids asked me not to sell them.
Mesa Boogie Maverick 2x12
Mesa Boogie Blue Angel 2x10
Tech 21 Trademark 60 1x12
#3 is my go-to amp. The Mesas are great, but they are back-breakers. I highly recommend the Trademark 60!
Marshall JTM-1 (the 50th anniversary 1 watt combo)
Winfield Typhoon head (5 watt EF86 / EL84)
5E3 built by our own muchxs, w/Eminence Red Fang
BFPR (Allen PT, pull bright on volume, standby switch, 12" baffle) also built by muchxs, w/Warehouse ET-65.
Ceriatone 1974x TMB head. This has LarMar power scaling, gain mod, and a master volume. The TMB channel was useless when I got it - too hissy and too much gain. Pete Cage sorted it and re-voiced the TMB to be more JTM-ish.
1x12 made Lamar Warren cabinets, green tolex to match the Winfield head. Weber ceramic Silver Bell.
2x12 Marshall style cabinet made by my friend. It's half the size of a 4x12, has a slightly slanted baffle. Warehouse Green Beret and Reaper.
Since coronavirus, I've only used Bias FX2 thru headphones. No chance to plug in and crank as someone is always home.
I am contemplating selling a bunch of the amps and getting either a Z-Wreck Jr or a Cutthroat Down Brownie.
Roland Blues Cub Hot
Roland Blues Cub Hot British EL84 Modified
Roland Blues Cub Hot BOSS Drive Special
BOSS Nextone Stage
Blackstar HT-1RH (x3 - used as a W/D/W rig at times)
4 Joyo Bantamps (Atomic, Bluejay, Jackman, Meteor)
3 1x12 cabinets that the heads share
1.1969 Fender Bandmaster Reverb head
2.1968 Fender Vibro Champ with Mercury Magnetics OT and 10 inch speaker mod
3.Trace Elliott Bonneville 4X10
4. Fender Super Champ X2 head
5. Rack Rig: Art SGX-2000 Express/Mesa Boogie M190
6. Vox MV50 Clean on a pedalboard rig
7. Peavey KB-100 modified 3-way
8. Backstair Fly 3
9. Stromberg-Carlson PA converted to guitar amp
1. Mojotone Studio One kit
2. Carvin Bel Air converted EL84s to 6V6s
3. Another Stormier-Carlson PA amp
4. Two identical Bogen triple rectifier PA amps