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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by digthosetubes, Oct 12, 2007.
Tweed Pro and Deluxe.
Just right and make me smile every time.
Why stop smiling?
My Reinhardt Ampzilla. I absolutely love this amp; it is completely unique.
no such thing
1964 Deluxe Reverb.
I can't seem to let my palomino 32 go. I still love the clean channel too much, it's very warm and dare I say dynamic? Others think the overdrive channel is great (I don't use it much tho') When I think about selling it, I plug it in and am quickly reminded why I purchased it in the first place. Mine, by-the-way, is dead stock except for new tubes. It was cheap to purchase, sounds great, is loud enough to jam with, and looks great. Just my 2 cents.
'64 AA864 Bassman Head
It sounds fantastic and has been my only gigging amp for the past 10 years or so. I can get "my" sound from it and (as cheesy as this sounds) it looks awesome. Perfect in every way from the volume to the versatility. I may add others to the pack one day, but I'll never get rid of the Bassman.
Modded 1970 Sound City L120 MKIV.
My JMJ-30 isn't going anywhere!
58 Fender Pro and a 52 Fender Super reworked by Joe Barden.
Kustom '36 Coupe.
My Landgraff amps.
Vicky Bandmaster & Fargen Dual Classic and Epic 30.
Everything I need is in those three amps.
"67 Vibrolux Reverb
65 London 112 combo w/ Celestion Blue. I love it. It is destined to be a classic that I give to my son when the time comes.
So far ... Richter 5e3.
Peavey Classic 50 head
Aiken Sabre 50 watt.
I know that feeling!