Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Random Hero, Feb 6, 2008.
Ok I'll bite....
Either a Maven Peal "Ganesha" or a Komet "K60" I borrowed.
Two Rock Limited
Komet Concorde for sure.
BUT - A cranked JRT 9/15 sounds pretty thick and meaty too, but at a lower volume, which is why I bought it instead.
mesa boogie mark series
For Clean Sounds: Fender Twin
For mid gain: Bogner XTC
For High Gain: Bogner XTC, Mark IV, Orange rockerverb, Egnater Tourmaster
I had a blonde showman on loan for a session ...it was IT !!! The same guy who loaned it to me was worried about it crackling and stuff on the session so he went in and changed a couple of caps .... guess what ?........It lost the mojo !
But at least for a time when i was playing it ,,, it was the richest ,warmest ,punchiest most expressive amp i`ve ever played
Well, haven't played one yet but the new Cameron seems to fit that description.
1957 Magnatone Troubador.
Oh Oh OHHHHH....totally forgot.
Clean/Pushed clean: Vox AC-30 hand wired (2004). Unbeleavable sounding and incredibly dynamic.
I played a Komet Concorde over the weekend and that had by far the meatiest lead tone I've every heard. Even more than the Komet 60 I owned for several years.
For clean tones. A Cowtipper 45
If I can use pedals.
for dirty leads.. Cowtipper 45
Not in the same class as some others listed here, but my Budda definitely has the thickest, warmest lead tone of any amp I've played. Others I've tried have had good tones, but not thick like the Budda "milkshake" tone. Awesome with a Strat neck pickup!
+1 SLO100 for me.
Komet Concorde & Soldano Hot Rod 50+ (I don't own either, though)
carol ann od 2
louis electric kr 12
nancy ("86 trainwreck express)
JCM 800 Model 1959 (non MV) full stack with the volume on 7.
If it went to 11 I don't even want to know about it.