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Old 09-02-2015, 06:41 PM   #21
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nice work. you amp modeling or playing thru an amp?

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Old 09-02-2015, 11:50 PM   #22
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

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nice work. you amp modeling or playing thru an amp?
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

I only use plug-ins for guitar sounds these days. It's alot of work eqing the fuck out of it but once you learn the mechanics of it you can make a pretty realistic guitar sound. I can post some clips later on. I use LePou's Lecto for a mesa rectifier sim, and NadIR for a cab sim with various cab impulses, and surgical eq for hipassing/lopassing and cuts, and finally a parametric eq for some colorful boosts mostly in the high mids to smooth out the transistor sound you get with digital itb amps.
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Old 11-02-2015, 02:13 AM   #24
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

im a huge fan of NI's Guitar Rig for recording.

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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

I have owned many over the years.
Marshall jcm900-too damned much!you can't really get that marshall sound unless it's cranked.
a number of peavy combo's.
Crate Blue voodoo,60 watt combo.good for rock.
Fender Princeton reverb.wish i still had it.
My personal favorite,Fender blues junior pro.15 watts of tube perfection!you can actually use the power section without blowing the house down!the power section on tube amps is where you really get the glass groove.i have owned 2,1 back in the 90's,and its the only tube amp i own now.
i am experimenting with NI guitar rig.

Guitars.....too many.i currently use a gibson les paul traditional with no weight relief.

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Old 13-02-2015, 01:16 AM   #26
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

well, I've committed to this Fender Concert.

I dont drive in Denver so if i can get a ride out there it will come home w me this evening. Also picking up a softside 4 space rack for my guitarFX and Power Conditioner.

Guitar Center doesn't carry them, but I'll also be picking up a Strymon El Capistan for the setup.

Tuner -> Chorus -> Delay -> Gain Boost -> Bigmuff -> Amp

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Old 17-02-2015, 05:47 AM   #27
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

I use the avid eleven rack and have a peavey 60w tube power amp with it. I have a mesa boogie mark IV as well and that thing is killer. I must say though, the eleven rack/ axefx style amps really feel like the way to go these days. Especially when recording, cost, space, and ease of use come in to mind. Not to mention the sound quality on these newer digital amps are pretty legit. I had a Sunn amp for a bit too but sold it off. I miss that thing. Had a fender 2x12 cab that was in a cab that looked like those old marshall 6x12's. Gotta love guitar gear.
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My amp is a piece of shit compared to Amplifikation One and Guitar Rig
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Coming from a rock background I have some nice amps in my collection. I love my Sunn concert lead. I also love my Ampeg v4. Acoustic (ACC brand) amps are pretty easy to come by for a decent price. I have two of them, a 140 and 150, both of which I scored for around $50. They are quite loud. Solid state is preferred if you don't want to worry about tossingthem in the back of a truck/van whatever. I've also got an old Gibson Falcon that is a great sounding litle tube amp with 1 12" speaker and great reverb and tremolo. You also need to consider speakers. I've got 2 4x12 cabs, and one 6x10. An 8x10 will move mountains if you've got a good head to go with it. I had one, but got tired of lugging it around. The thing I love about big amps is the bass response you get compared to a little practice amp. You don't need lots of volume, but the girth is what counts, imo.
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Keeping an eye on this thread because I haven't had a guitar amp in years (I miss my Fender Twin ), and I'm looking to get one sometime in the next few months. Probably another combo amp.

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The ole' rig-a-roonie from about 2 years back (sold it waaaaaah)

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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Update:

opted out of an amp. im leaving for tour in 2 weeks and i can wait until i get home, play more options and have a better budget.

still using guitar rig, still want something obnoxiously loud. will wait.

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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

I have one of these in the closet. That and a squier strat. Haven't used the amp in forever though.

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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Thinking of trading this-
For this-
Fender american deluxe....
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Got a beat up Yamaha RBX775 bass, another defretted Yamaha bass and a seriously battered acoustic double bass. When I was playing in bands I'd use Ampeg SVT4pro with 4x10 cab, and that setup covered all the bases (if a bit on the heavy side) but nowadays I only use a tiddly Fender Frontman 15 watt amp.
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Amps:
Ampeg V4, early model
Sunn Concert Lead, late model
Acoustic 140
Acoustic 150
Gibson Falcon
Vox Essex

Cabinets:
Splawn 4x12 with Vintage 30's
Acoustic 6x10
Traynor 4x12, 60's vintage

Guitars:
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82 Yamaha SC series
Epiphone Thunderbird Bass, late model
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

^ nice!


all those amps, a proper A/B/Y setup, a baritone and a big muff would be a hell of a sludge metal racket! (:

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yes, thanks. I have used this (and other) gear for such purposes in the past!
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Blackstar HT40 Combo
Old Carlsbro Acoustic Amp

Les Paul Standard Traditional w Bareknuckle Peter Green pickups
Classic Player 50's Strat
Epiphone Sheraton II

Martin D-15
Cort semi acoustic

Want a Squier P Bass so I can stop recording basslines on my strat.
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Re: Guitar/Bass Amps - roll call.

Figured this post was more appropriate here than in the Hardware Mega Thread....

Anyway... Was kind of drooling over the new Boss Katana amps, but I'm wondering if that's just because I still don't have an amp. I listen to it, look at it and then the price and think about how a friend of mine just got a really nice sounding Vox hybrid amp for like $150 or so. I disappoint myself.

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