valve juinor.........louder?

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  1. Constellation80

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    Errrm you should never roll a Tube amp. Casters are just to get it off the ground and to move it slightly
     
  2. the bacon

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    [quote author=Constellation80 link=topic=9645.msg127344#msg127344 date=1155320669]
    Errrm you should never roll a Tube amp. Casters are just to get it off the ground and to move it slightly
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    cabs dont have tubes in them. what are you talking about :?
     
  3. TNT

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    As an observation Bacon you really want the AC/DC sound so you should be looking at Marshalls, Laneys, and modelling amps that do that tone well. Not to say the others don't have good tones, I'm thinking maybe they might not have the tone you're looking for. Try them with your rig like IYWB said! It will be much cheaper to find the one you need the first time, It might not be as much fun though.
     
  4. the bacon

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    [quote author=TNT link=topic=9645.msg127371#msg127371 date=1155334380]
    As an observation Bacon you really want the AC/DC sound so you should be looking at Marshalls, Laneys, and modelling amps that do that tone well.
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    if i could afford a marshall.
     
  5. Constellation80

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    Sorry I thought your talking about super reverbs.
     
  6. TNT

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  7. the bacon

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    [quote author=TNT link=topic=9645.msg127380#msg127380 date=1155337643]
    I'll be slammed for this, but have you considered a Marshall 5210?

    They're cheap, Solid State, but they can get loud and they have the Marshall sound. They ain't no JTM45 but the prices are right on them.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/MARSHALL-5210-G...1QQihZ014QQcategoryZ38075QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

    that one would probably be okay, it probably just needs some tuner cleaner.
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    what about the mg100 head?
     
  8. TNT

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    I haven't tried one but the smaller MGs didn't do anything for me.
     
  9. randyrhoadslives13

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    dont get an mg. they sound bad and have reliability issues.
     
  10. swlabr67

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    i agree dont get an mg. they arent that great of amps.

    just because it says marshall on the front, doesnt mean its going to sound good.
     
  11. SG dan

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    unfortunately. but if you think of it, when anybody refrences marshall or "the marshall tone" they mean the tube ones
     
  12. the bacon

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    im still getting the valve juinor
     
  13. Bonfire

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    good on ya mate, i hope you love it as much as i do (and acdcrocker and spunk and.....the list goes on)
     
  14. the bacon

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    [quote author=Bonfire link=topic=9645.msg127597#msg127597 date=1155430970]
    good on ya mate, i hope you love it as much as i do (and acdcrocker and spunk and.....the list goes on)
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    O0

    do you guys have any 112 or 212 cab recomendations?
     
  15. randyrhoadslives13

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    i think marshall makes a 212 cab. and crate makes a good 112
     
  16. Bonfire

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    i would recomend an orange 2x12

    solid as hell + vintage 30's = awesome tone!
     
  17. Voxman

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    This new Marshall 2x12 bottom is outstanding ... and portable!

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  18. randyrhoadslives13

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    theres that marshall 212 and theres also the 1936 thats loaded with celestions. not sure exactly which ones. i think the one vox posted has vintage 30s.
     
  19. guitarweasel

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    I've tried those slant 2X12 cab's .........They are outstanding ! O0
     
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    Be nice to have a straight one too! ;)
     

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