Divided by 13 owners sound off.........

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Sonic Reducer, Nov 24, 2005.

  1. Sonic Reducer

    Sonic Reducer Member

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    Which Divided by 13 do you own?

    What kind of cabinet do you play it through?

    What kind of music do you play?

    Are you in a band? Originals or covers?

    Just curious.
     
  2. Richards

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    I own a Div by 13 RSA 31, and play through a Div by 13 cab with two celestion alnico blues (can't wait till they break in), play rock-n-roll, blues, country rock, pop/rock. The band I play in , we write are own material.

    Great amps, great company, would love to play+ hear all the other div by 13 models as well.
     
  3. themusicboxstudios

    themusicboxstudios Member

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    FTR 37 through a matching D13 cab w/ celestion blue and g12h30

    I play some ambient music along the lines of Coldplay and Radiohead, but my main band is more along the lines of Ryan Adams.

    I am in two bands. Both play all original songs.

    GOOD TIMES :)
     
  4. iainmc

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    <i do think asking what sort of guitar could be interesting to this - my main is a Koll duo glide with TV jones filtertrons. However, i gots me a 70s hamer sunburst last week that brings out the rawk. oh & i have an old tele that kills>

    - RSA 23
    - /13 Cab - 1 blue & 1 g12h30 (i use the g12h when i want to use one speaker - not only because of load, but it really suits the amp)
    - alt-y rock - i hear a modest death cab thing but i comes out more like wilco meets radiohead & josh rouse & they all take mushrooms.
    - originals

    /i
     
  5. Seditious

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    I own the ERT 33 and 2x12 cab with blues.
    I also own the 4x12 with greenbacks and have an RSA 23 on the way.
    My main guitar is a Rickenbacker 370 w/toasters and vibrato
    I play alt/indie/mod/whatever rock. In a Swervedriver, Catherine Wheel, Placebo kinda way. All original songs.

    I use an FOD-1 and a Stardust with a G-system.
     
  6. no1yuno

    no1yuno Supporting Member

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    FTR37 - late 60's Marshall 4x12 with blackbacks or Div. By 13 4x12
    with Blues. GVCG Tele, Fender Strat, Jerry Jones Baritone.
    Play for a Nashville country artist.
     
  7. celestion101

    celestion101 Silver Supporting Member

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    FTR37 w/ matching cabs.....
    The 2x12 is loaded with a Blue and a G12H30
    The 4x12 is loaded with Blues
    FWIW, I'm also digging the sound of my Marshall 1960 4x12 loaded with G12M Heritage's. The FTR37 seems to love these speakers, offering up everything from chicken pickin twang to rock.
    I gig 2-4 nights per work. My main band is country and then I back up a few touring country artist when they come through town. Fred is a great guy and his amps are awesome!!


    :dude
     
  8. jruano

    jruano Supporting Member

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    - FTR37
    - Divided by 13 4x12" with G12H30s
    - Rock'n'roll band (own material)
    - For a taste: www.sugar-mountain.net

    Best!
     
  9. Seditious

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    Unfortunately no, We were 20 hours in on our first recording, but then our bassist passed away. We are trying out replacements but none have stuck so far. It's very tough trying to replace him. Hopefully we'll have something done in 2006.
     
  10. RichSZ

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    FTR 37
    /13 Cab - Had (2) blues but went back to (1) Blue + (1) G12H30 (seemed to get more "spank" with the G12H30)

    Guitars: R9 Les Paul w/ Darkbursts, Eric Johnson Strat (stock)

    Play in an "old school" country band. A lot of Bakersfield style tunes, but recently added a female singer so now we're doing a lot of Emmylou, Tanya, Kathy Mattea, & Patsy.

    OK, all you country guys in this thread....that chickin' pickin' is TOUGH!! Any tips?

    -Rich
     
  11. dm4501

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    I play a SJ 10/20 combo with a blue. I also have a Div/13 1x12 ext cab with a Scumback G12H.
    I play in a cover band playing blues, R&B, Rock and roll, and a little country.
    My guitars are Lentz S style and T style.
     
  12. tedwoods

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    I own a JRT 9/15,a Divided 2x12 cab with a G12H-Heritage and a Blue and also a Dynaranger.
    I play my own material which vaguely falls into the alternative/indie scene but I do enjoy playing a wider variety of styles as well.

    Ted
     
  13. ericb

    ericb Silver Supporting Member

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    Damn ,sorry to hear that! I was going to ask the same thing as I absolutely love Placebo!! Saw them in concert with Stabbing Westward about 6 years ago and have been waiting for them to come back to Montreal or NY since but no luck!!! ERIC
     
  14. Leonc

    Leonc Wild Gear Hearder Gold Supporting Member

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    - FTR 37
    - 2x12 (old Celestion G12Hs)
    - 2x12D (old G12M + G12H)
    - (2) 1x12 (65W Weber blue dogs)
    - Rock, blues, blues-based rock,
    - R&B, funk
    - Country
    - Jazz/rock fusion
    - Yes. The band plays rock and r&b covers. I record original stuff on my own and occasionally, with band members.
     
  15. MightyGuru

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    NICE tones!@ Black Crowes/Stonsey goodness!
     
  16. Lamont

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    RSA 23s,,d-13 2-12 w/60s Vox silver bulldogs
    Marshall 2061 2-12 w/Weber silver bells
    My band playes classic rock,R & B motown ,funk and i play c&w and a bit of everything.This amp really covers it all.Ihad most of the best and this is the best ive had and this will be my first grab ,all time favorite amp,period.Fredric is a madman!!!!The best.
     
  17. Lamont

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    RSA 23s,,d-13 2-12 w/60s Vox silver bulldogs
    Marshall 2061 2-12 w/Weber silver bells
    My band playes classic rock,R & B motown ,funk and i play c&w and a bit of everything.This amp really covers it all.Ihad most of the best and this is the best ive had and this will be my first grab ,all time favorite amp,period.Fredric is a madman!!!!The best.
     
  18. kevin hart

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    JRT 9/15 Head
    รท13 1 X 12 Cab w/ Anniversary G12H30
    1966 Fender Strat - re-worked by John Suhr
    I play in a cover band doing current Top-40
     
  19. Fretmaster

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  20. Birchman

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    JJN 50/100
    RSA 23s
    JRT 9/15

    I use them all through late '60's Marshall straight-front 4x12's, a Mojo 4x12 with their Greenback-style speakers, and/or a Cage 4x12 with Greenback reissues. Live I'm using the JJN and it's a really great gainy rock amp - it's got a fantastic master volume, punchy lows/"just right" highs, and it cleans up incredibly well. I spend the whole night on the one channel and it sounds like I'm switching amps - I love it. The RSA and JRT sound amazing in the studio - Fred is an incredible builder, and one of the nicest guys I know. His success is well deserved.
     

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