Show your Amps...

Discussion in 'Tone Zone' started by Paruwi, Jan 21, 2015.

  1. Herman Munster

    Herman Munster New Member

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    I have a Peavey E20 Acoustic Amp. Herman E208-large.jpg
     
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  2. ExplorerMike

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    Here’s my main amp, a Marshall VS100 half stack. Bought this new at the end of 2000 and been shredding with it ever since. Run very basic pedal setup in front of it and keep it simple. 4A8EDE32-DDD9-4BD6-8D43-E0D3249A135F.jpeg
     
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  3. Oakman29

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    1978 Fender 100w tube head , with 4 x12 inch celestian speakers cabinet.
     
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  4. BGood

    BGood Well-Known Member

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    Title of this thread is Show Your Amps. I think that means show a photo of your amps. :facepalm:
     
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  5. Davis Sharp

    Davis Sharp Well-Known Member

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    You left the cloaking device on. :)
     
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    What are those green strings? And what do they sound like?
     
  8. RR-Ramblers

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    The days of thunder may be over for me and in a small mountain cabin a Blues Jr. is all I need. Not the heavy artillery on display on this thread but the tone on the Blues Jr. & '99 Epiphone DOT still brings it.

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    Even the Acoustisonic 40 XLR'd thru the PA for small gigs (remember those days?) made the 335 proud:
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    ....or the Epiphone Rivoli Bass thru an Acoustic B200 head...

    20200307_195147.jpg .....ask for pics, you got 'em.
     
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  9. Oakman29

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    I tried to , but my pic was too big . It wouldn't allow me to post it.
     
  10. Raiyn

    Raiyn Well-Known Member

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    Try running it through a basic editor program reduce one dimension to ≤1000px and you ought to be under the size cap.
     
  11. IGRocker

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    I’m running a pretty simple rig anymore. AC15 and the pedals in front for home use usually. When I play out, I take the Boss GT6 to serve live duties. I have four patches that I use that are pretty simple, and it sounds good enough for the venues I play at. It has a Vox Clean, Vox Clean Chorus, Marshall 1959, and Boosted 1959 patches that I use. My Les Paul with Wizz pickups usually is what runs into it.

    I should be playing at Nehemiah Fest this Saturday, assuming the artist I’m playing with can add another musician. It’s an acoustic set, so I’ll be going straight into the DI and they’ll be running reverb/delay. I guess I like to keep it simple anymore :rofl:


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  12. Oakman29

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    I have always wanted a Marshall half stack.
     

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