Discussion in 'Amps & Cabs' started by gtone, Dec 9, 2014.
Jams at home = (1) DSL40C
Outdoor Venue = (2) DSL40C's
When Angry. = (2) DSL40C's + VS265
A soundclip of my pre-show warmup of 'Run To The Hills' with the DSL40C and VS265 played simultaneously via my 2005 Schecter C1 Hellraiser...
Hot Rod Marshally...
Love this crazy tone...and get this!!! My gain is LESS than halfway up!!!!!
I'm hoping my pickup swap will kill the feedback trouble with my Gibson SG....I love my SG in every other way!
So last night i was filling in for a band's absent bassist in an airplane hangar....
and OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO YEAH!!!
Bass was an old Ibanez and amp was a 400 watt Workingmans half stack...
are those nails made of lead ???
Can I get a pick of the bottom of the car???????
wheres the led?
There's lead in the bottom....
What do you like about it????
In the Zeppelin, of course !
Switched from a Vox AC15C1 to a Fender Blues Junior. The Vox was too heavy for me.
I missed this thread but since it rose back to the top... I will add in. My current practice rig is my Orange TH30 combo set for 7watts. More than enough umph to get that good crunch feel. When my buddies come over to jam... then I just switch it to 15 or 30 watt mode and i'm good to go. If it is late at night... I can play thru the headphones on a micro terror. I haven't gigged in years but have a gig scheduled in may and will either use the TH30 or my Marshall DSL100 head w/4x12.
Lacquered tweed Fender Blues Jr.
Egnater Tweaker with speaker mod
Marshall DSL40C with Celestion Creamback
Marshall Class 5
Hughes & Kettner Tubemeister 18
Peavey Classic 30
Marshall Code 20
I think that's all of them.
Peavey Envoy 110
The one that gets the most attention these days is my Katana 50
This is all I need for right now, Cub 12R, sounds awesome, especially maxed out!
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