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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by theprofessor, Oct 15, 2017.
JMP MkII Master 50W ½stack
Echoplex FET preamp
Guitar: Gibson ES335 natural flame top
Amp: Fender '63 Brownface super
Tele 72 Custom
ES335, Super Reverb, TC Delay
Not only do I have these but they would be my choices, how lucky is that.
Vibrolux Reverb ('67)
Delay (Flashback II)
Mesa King Snake.
Telecaster AVRI 62 - seafoam nitro - blackguard
Blues Deville 4x10
Custom Vibrasonic, heavily modded GB10 with built in humbuckers and delay pedal.
Amp - Matchless DC30
Guitar - Rickenbacker 650
Pedal - Rat (assuming we’re gonna ignore tuners)
What I have now is great:
57 AVRI Strat
Fat Jimmy Custom 20
Amp: Fender Rumble 100. Yes, a bass amp.
Guitar: G&L USA S-500.
Pedal: Line 6 Helix.
Some warble/Leslie thing
Only one thing rig:
Amp: Marshall 6100 Reality: Most often Fender Mustang III.
Pedal: Boss RV 6 Reality often: Boss Cs-3, Dunlop Minni Wah, Minni Fuzz Face, Boss SD-1, Boss DD-20, Boss CH -2, Boss PH -2,
Guitar: Strat with humbmucker in Bridge poisition
Reality: Epiphone Casino, Burny LP Custom, Fender Jimmie Vaughn Strat, Baja Tele, Jazzmaster
I'm much happier with all my playthings!
From my own collection, if I could only use these then:
'62 Style Strat partscaster with Eric Clapton mid boost (covers a wider range of sounds).
Fender 64 Custom Deluxe amp.
OCD pedal for dirtier tones (assuming I can fiddle with the settings to get lighter crunch and fuller saturation).
In practice I don't take the CDR out very often, especially some of the places we play at, so I take a more compact Marshall SC20c. I do have a pedal board, but it's more for quick switching as I have various OD/boost pedals to allow a quick change between songs.
Nocturne Brain Jr. Barnyard
Strat, Deluxe, ODR-1
Cheapest squier telecaster, peavey bandit, berhinger delay.
Strat,deluxe reverb, phase 90. I've had that phase 90 since 1985. So I have to include it.
Amp: Dr. Z Carmen Ghia (Celestion blue speaker)
Guitar: Mahogany Tele (5-string, open G)
Pedal: Hum Debugger