Desert Island Guitar and Amp - No Pedals

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  1. Adman103

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    Ok, so am I the only one here to whom a couple of years on an island to relax, fish, nap, and play your dream rig sounds pretty good?


    Make mine a blonde Bassman and a Gretsch.

    Or an Axe Fx. That way I could tap into NORAD, send a signal out and call Jimmy Johns.
     
  2. pbmw

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    First choice...
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    Second choice
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  3. Stratobuc

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    Strat / Super Reverb
     
  4. snarkle

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    1965 Strat and brownface 1962 Deluxe.

    Although if those desert-island gigs got loud, I'd have to reach for the DC-30!
     
  5. TNJ

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    *I'd want a delay pedal...but could live without it.

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    Too easy as it's my current setup; Music Man Axis and a Mark V.
     
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    That combo is tough to beat!
     
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    Tomo
     
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    61 reissue gibson SG w/ flatwounds

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    alessandro working dog combo

    -- does everything
     
  12. Dashface

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    A strat and a Deluxe Reverb should do it...
     
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    Easy. My '55 Gibson ES-225T and '68 SF Vibro Champ that were both my grandpa's. Adding pedals to the equation is difficult and I still haven't 100% bonded with any...
     
  15. Hawking

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    These ones below, don't use any pedals
     
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