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?
I agree. Check out the 2Rock clips, all of the ones thru an H30 sound VERY similar to me. I would like to hear them do clips of the same amp thru different speakers.Originally posted by Tag
That site goes to show how similar most amps really sound!
I can agree with this as well. I end up sounding like me thru about everything I play thru.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.