I use my Revival Drive into the Neunaber Iconoclast when I'm not playing it into my Brownface Princeton. Great sound!
+1 for Humbucker Music.
Both are good, but tweed is best IMHO.
Welcome to a fellow bedroom player!
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Keeley or Fulltone.
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A great one...
My Allen is a Sweet Spot (based on Princeton circuit.) His work is as good as it gets!
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I haven't read through the entire thread, but wanted to make sure the terrific David Allen is mentioned. Great hand-wired Fender-influenced amps.
Welcome! I'm from the Upstate. This is a great place to discuss and learn.
Great cleans with my Sweet Spot w/ 6v6s. David Allen is first rate.
As it says in the scriptures, " The lion and the lamb shall lie down together, but the lamb won't get much sleep."
It wasn't a metaphor to my friend when it happened....
FYI - There is a used but mint HX Stomp right now on the Sweetwater site...
I have several tube amps I love, but my digital rig is the HX effects into a Katana Artist.
+1 for Iconoclast.
Beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
Analogman sells the Big T pickup designed with Jim Weider. Best neck tone I've ever found.
Los of great choices already. I'll try to add some new ones:
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in the sense of being a longtime top brand, Ramirez. Also in the sense of being a large-scale maker offering models at many price points.
The Lollar CC is a great pup for jazz - thickens things up while retaining clarity. The Analogman Big T pickup is also a surprisingly good...