What Amp Are You Using Now?
I like my ampeg 8)
I have one that needs an inverter, 6k11
Customized a Hotrod 2 x 12. I'm running 4 x 12" eminence speakers. sounds gnarly
Marshall - I plug a Les Paul into it. Classic combination
"Be good at what you can do" - Fingerbanger"
I have always felt that it is better to do what is beautiful than what is 'right'" - Eliot Fisk
Wedding music and guitar lessons in Essex. Listen at: http://www.rollmopmusic.co.uk
mine's not much to look at. It's in a flight case at the rehearsal space right meow. I'll shoot a pic. It looks just like a hotrod just way more beat up haha
68 blackface Super Reverb, 78 Ultralinear Super Reverb, Traynor Mark III, Traynor Custom Reverb. All WAY too loud but in rehabbing amps it is what I have ended up with. They sound great with my G&L legacy and my friends Zelinskis Imperial, but I have to try to tame them somehow......
When I die, I want to go peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather, not screaming......like the passengers in his car.
I'm not a performer, but for my use my Peavey Vypyr vip1 20 watt is great. Works well with my acoustics and electric when I choose to use that. Also has a port for Bass.
Still using my Valve Jr with A POD in front (over 10 years now). Bought a VHT Special 6 a few weeks ago and its not bad, but it ain't no Vj. Does Fender Models a bit better, but I prefer the british voice of the Valve Jr.
Dean Icon PZ Line 6 Variax 700Dean 79 ML (silverBurst) Dean 79 ML Arctic WhiteDean V-Wing DoveWampler SuperPlextortion - Skreddy Lunar ModulePeavey Transtube 110 EFX - Vox DA20 - Valve Jr Head/CabPhonic 620 Power Pod PALine 6 Pod HDH2O Chorus/Echo
Hi this is my first post but I have a few amps for all my needs.
I use an Orange Micro Crush for when I'm not home.
It's a 3 watt Solid-State analog travel amp (1x4) and it sounds pretty good and gets loud.
I have the Orange Crush 20 watt 1x8 practice amp.
My main amp is a Marshall MG250DFX Solid-State 2x12 combo amp.
I also have an Orange PPC112.
I used to use the Marshall and the Orange cab together live. I would just unplug one of the Marshall speakers and plug in that bad boy.
The Celestion V30 in the Orange sounds way better then the Custom Eminence speakers in the Marshall.
I'm still working on getting a head for the cab but yeah, thats what I have :)
I have choices. :mrgreen:
That photo is actually 5 years old. I've sold one of those (the vintage Cordovox 2x12), but have bought an additional 4 or 5 (all combo amps: 3 Marshall early solid states, a hybrid Vox, and a little hybrid Kustom practice amp).
For my main band I almost always use my Sovtek MiG50H Tube Midget head. If I'm on a big stage and have plenty of room in the transport to the show, I use it with a Risson (probably early '80s) 4x12:
If the stage is smaller or I don't feel like hauling the big cab, I use the same Sovtek 50W head, with a vintage Kustom 1x15:
For my side band, that plays at much lower volumes, I use various combos, Here's an unmic'd gig rig of my Fender Super Champ XD and a Marshall Lead 20:
Last night guesting in the studio on a friend's upcoming album I used the Super Champ again:
I have few. Fender Excelsior, small Laney LG20 and few portable amps, but my main is Fender Mustang IV. Very versatile amp. I love clean sounding guitar and these are just amazing
I use the Roland AC-33. It's basically almost the same as the AC-60, but, you can power it up with batteries, which makes it great for busking.
Art is the triumph over chaos.John Cheever :arrow: https://aceguitarcourse.com
My gigging days are all but over, but I have weekly jams in my home studio, and I use my Line 6 2x10 combo.