I was wondering how many amp you guys own? And the name
marshall,fender,mesa boogie,crate,hughes&kettner etc....
I own a marshall JCM800 2203 50 Watt head with CAB, 1962 Fenderb bassman head with Fender 2x12 cab. Hughes & Kettner Tube 20, Marshall JCM 30 watt combo artist series..... And tons of mini amps of course.....
Enough for me for now
This thread could get a nerd like me aroused
I got 3 amps. A Fender RocPro 1000, a Vox Q series, and a Roland 60w cube in lovely silver vinyl
62 Fender Bassman head with Fender 2X12 Cab for the blues
You have no idea how jealous I am.
I'm more green that Kermit the frog
Cool.. is this a black or silver face Bassman head????
I think in that year the guts were the same.
1964 Fender Deluxe Reverb, 1954 Fender Deluxe, early '80's Dean Markley 150DR, Tech 21 Trademark 60, Mesa Boogie Studio Preamp, an old Peavey, old Gibson Falcon. My Marshall Stacks are long gone. But I miss 'em sometimes.
I just have a little silvertone package amp. Looking for a new one. Anyone have any good suggestions for a good amp, around $200-350. i would appreciate advice from experts like you.
Marshall JCM 900 with matching 1960 cabinet.
I also have a little 10 Watt Marshall that is just amazing for a practice amp.
I have 2 Fender Super Reverbs, one silver and one black. Both are 4x10 and both sound fantastic. I also have an old Gretsch Electromatic amp (it came with my father's 56 Duo Jet, one of my most cherished guitars) that still works great - sounds great, too. I've tried a couple of those 'vintage' style Peaveys (the ones with the yellowish tweed coverings) and they were really nice sounding amps. I might get one sometime in the future.
I own a 1969 Ampeg B25B 55Watt head. (It's a bass amp, but I love the clean channel, so I bought it). It's clean channel is beautiful, and even distortion (natural or from a pedal) sounds great.
My cab is a custom made 4x12 cab with custom made Eminence speakers. 8 ohms, handles 200Watts.
I've played marshalls, fenders, and some that this guy I know custom makes (excellent) and only the amps from the same time period as mine sound near as good. It's a very simple amp that gives me exactly what I want: diversity. jazz and blues to harsh noise and metal. Love it.
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