This is going to sound like heresy but if your needs are for a full, clean sound at minimal volume check out Fender bullet reverb or whatever its equivalent is today. 15w, closed back, great clean, takes pedals reasonably well. $99 new. The neighbors will not be upset. BTW my gigging amps are...
In Baltimore and DC he does. He was our local guy who (almost) made good nationally with Grin in the early 70's. They were a damn fine band and Nils was a damn fine guitarist. Still is--wish Bruce would let him take more extended solos.
Just finished reading the Guitar Player interview with Derek Truck and Susan Tedeschi. I love the fact they play production guitars--a '61 SG RI and an american Std Tele. Makes you think that many of us, self included, are a little obsessed, ya know?
I currently subscribe to: Fretboard Journal, Guitarist (UK), ToneQuest, GP, Vintage Guitar and Premier Guitar.
• Fretboard Journal is a cover-to-cover read, great 'out-of-the-box' edit;
• Guitarist is a fun read, too; a bit provincial (the UK seems like it's the size of Rhode...
Agree with all re: dada. I own all of their group recordings (I think) and we can all agree that in a fairer world, they'd have enjoyed a higher level of success. Must confess-- I have not heard King's X. Recommend a starting disc for the uninitiated?