My amp family

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by rotren, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. rotren

    rotren Member

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    And a Suhr Classic.

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  2. lang.murphy

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    Love the Reverend HH combo!
     
  3. cratz2

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    Where's the Vox modeler?

    I know the other stuff is great, but I bet your vids sold several hundred Vox amps and it's no exaggeration at all when I say they should have cut you a check.
     
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    not a single potato in that photograph!
     
  5. Frank Speak

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    I only recognize the Reverend, Marshall, Suhr and Fender; never heard of the rest.. I gotta get out more. :(

    p.s. You don't need that many amps for just one guitar. I say sell a couple of the amps and buy a couple of guitars to even things out.
     
  6. sickboy79

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    Sweet - tell us about those Macks! I've read a lot of good things!
     
  7. rotren

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    The Macks are cool. I have two 18 watters and one 4 watter. Spanking tone.

    I sold the Vox.

    I have a few guitars too... wait a minute, I'll post another thread with both guitars + amps.
     
  8. jsgregg

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    Pictures like this are the reason I don't switch to modelers like the Axe FX. For me personally, I need the sex appeal of beautiful amps for inspiration. I guess I am wired so that tone is as much visual as auditory. LOL
     

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