Nice clip. What other gear was used?Originally posted by tonedaddy
I think a JTM45 with KT66's has the most distinctive tones in the Marshall family. Here's a clip of a 1966 JTM45 that I think shows off the signature tones:
http://www.hamerfanclub.com/memberpages/tonedaddy/Clips/Marshall/BPJ Amp Pages/66JTM45sound.mp3
NOTE: This is a clip that used to be on the BPJ Amp Pages:
He used to have all of the documented on his site, but I don't have it written down. If my memory is right, I'm recalling a 1957 LP Jr. and a vintage 4x12 Marshall cab, but I can't swear to that.Originally posted by peacock72
Nice clip. What other gear was used?
Originally posted by Tag
That site goes to show how similar most amps really sound!
Originally posted by MikeyG
I get the sense there's a little player bias going on there. If the player prefers a certain sound, he's going to try his best to set the amp up to sound that way. Seems like that's what's going on.