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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by BobbyMac, Oct 4, 2021.
top: 1968 drip edge Fender Bassman head with 2x12 Silvertone cabinet
Bottom: 1974 Fender Pro Reverb
Lookin' good, Tarkus.
Here’s my newest. Love the look of the wicker grill.
The first 3 have been modded. The Tech 21 is a Trademark 10.
This is close by, a 67 VibroChamp. Also have a 75 PR in a custom cherry cabinet, a Goodsell Super 17, a Korean made Vox Pathfinder 15R, and a custom made 5e3 clone with a JBL speaker in a lacquered tweed cabinet.
How do you like the howitzer? Im considering trying one out.
I'm sure you already know it but I just wanted to say you own a dream !
It was good, but then Quilter came out with a Superblock. The Superblock has more options and is configured better for my rig...I would recommend spending the extra money for it. The Superblock is much higher quality and better tone
My home built amp is a customized version of the October Club design from the AX84 site. It’s a sort of JTM45-like front end with a DR power section. I did the electronics and my buddy designed and built the cabinets for the head and ported 2x12 speakers.
Deluxe Reverb for the little jobs.. Twin Reverb for the big jobs !!
Arlum, Sweet Set-up !!
Laney Lionheart L5 Studio - my favorite.
Orange Tremlord 30..
literal bedroom amp. It's been out once though, and hopefully even more in the future.
Nicely done, both of you.
By the way, the only amp in this photo that I use, is that little brown Boss amp, second from the left.
I feel ya man. I had the Spitfire with reverb - marvelous amp for sure. Now I have 2 Quilters - a MicroPro Mach 2 for the rehearsal room and Pro Block 200 watt with a 12” neodymium speaker. Super light, DI out, buffered fx loop. But my prize is the DrZ Z-Lux. The doc figured out a way to make the cab light while retaining its stout build. I mainly play it at home. Once everything is in the FOH mix, nobody really seems to discern the difference between a SS analogue amp and a tube amp, so I’ve been gigging with my Quilters for the past 5 or 6 years. Honestly, they’re all I need, but I love gigging with an awesome tube amp, even if it’s not vintage. Still, it’s not as useful at a gig considering there’s no loop and I would need to mic it to get it into the pa. The volume is more than substantial, even on the 20 watt setting, but we try to keep stage volume low and let the sound engineer do his job.
You mean the only one you use ‘live’, right? If you’re like me, you enjoy playing through all of them for your personal enjoyment, but prefer the utility friendly BOSS. I’ve got my Quilters for live.
I will occasionally use the little Box Pathfinder for my telecaster, but any more, I even play that through the acoustic Boss, and it sounds fine for the kind of stuff I play.
Four of the amps I'm my photo have never even been plugged in. I just bought them online and parked them where you see them. I'm a bit strange that way, I guess. I'd sell off the two Epiphone amps, but don't want to deal with the pain-in-the-butt of shipping that heavy crap.
I'll keep the Wiggy forever, just for it's looks if nothing else.