Your current home/practice amp?

Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by TG, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. rstaaf

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    Have been playing with the Fender Mustang I a lot lately but I also have a Fender Champion 600 and a Vox AC4TV8...
     
  2. duster77

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    matchless spitfire custom..large lightning cab..pretty sweet little combo..
     
  3. Snorre

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    My primary amp now is my Fender Blues, Jr. NOS:

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    I had to sell off the Twin Reverb a few months back.

    I also have a lil Gretsch Electromatic G5222 5W 1x6 Tube Guitar Combo Amp (Tweed):

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  4. Jim Dep

    Jim Dep Friend of Leo's

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    That's a '77, and the only lefty Antigua Mustang Bass that I know of. I was told back in '81 that there were 8 total made (had to be custom ordered), so this might be the only lefty.
     
  5. Inuitdream

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    This forum has made me an
    Amp addict. So far i have these ones in the bedroom. Fender blackface vibro champ, Supro spectator, Voc Ac15 heritage, and a japanese Fender FAT-1 tube amp, like a champ with 1 6v6 in it, i think.
     
  6. Flatfoot

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    Vox AC4TV 10" combo.
     
  7. tbp0701

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    A Tech 21 Trademark 10, mainly. I also have a Pro Junior, but it doesn't get used very much. In non-amp noodling, I have a Korg Pandora, which is very handy for playing along with drum and bass tracks.

    I'm considering a Valvetrain Lexington.
     
  8. tgfmike

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    Switched from an SCXD to a Peavey Envoy.
     
  9. LGOberean

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    Lately my Peavey Studio Pro 112 TransTube has been getting the most play at home. I've yet to take pics of it, though. So, seeing how the previous post was about an Envoy sans photographs, I'll post the pics of my Envoy 110 TT. I may just have to plug into this baby again.

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    BTW, Mike, what generation of Envoy do you have?
     
  10. tgfmike

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    Brand new with Eminence Lil Buddy.
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    Mesa Boogie MARK IV until I sell it for chiropractor treatments.:p
     
  12. mindlobster

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    Eleven Rack through KRK monitors, or headphones, depending how I feel about my neighbours. Probably gonna order a ZT Lunchbox tomorrow (Wednesday) if I can get a good price on it...that'll be the smallest/loudest practice amp around!
     
  13. alnicopu

    alnicopu Friend of Leo's

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    76 silverface vibro champ with a jensen p8r,

    65 blackface princeton non reverb with a jensen p10q for clean tones (swwweeeet)

    Old silvertone 4707 organ amp converted to a Tweed Vibrochamp with a weber 12" alnico signature speaker. Real pitch shifting vibrato. Keith Richards would kill for this one.
     
  14. madmark

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    Princeton Reverb, Top Hat Portly Cadet and a Marshall Class 5
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  15. Oakville Dave

    Oakville Dave Friend of Leo's

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    +1 on the Frontman 25R. A great little practice amp!
     
  16. redstringuitar

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    Been using the Laney Cub 10 cranked during the day, but for night time (and embarrassingly repetitive riff work), I'm back to using my trusty Pathfinder 15R.
     
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    Hmmm...an Eminence Lil Buddy. I assume it came with a Blue Marvel speaker. Did you swap that out yourself? What tonal differences did this yield?
     
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    VHT Lead 20 or pignose, depending how quiet I wanna be.
     
  19. TxTeleMan

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    For practicing, if I use an amp at all, it's usually this:
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    Home-made battery powered using an LM386 op-amp and housed in a CD case.

    Sometimes I'll use my DigiTech RP-150 into my PC to practice along with songs or drum or rhythm tracks, or I'll use my PreSonus Inspire and the amp simulators.

    Every blue moon or so, I'll plug in the Palomino V16, but it's only to work on amp tones.
     
  20. chezdeluxe

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    Penny I recently bought a 1970 Silverface Super Reverb (no not the 1964/5 the gentleman said he had). This thing is fantastic and will remain my noodling amp because it's too bloody cumbersome to take out more than once a month.
     
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