Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Hecube, Jan 22, 2012.
95 PRS custom 22 with Bareknuckle Mules
Orange OR50 Weber Blue Dog, Silver Bell speakers
335 > FD2 > AC15
1979 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe
Friedman Small Box 50
The guitar I play most often at home is a 1962 Goya G-10 classical guitar that I bought at an estate sale in McLean, Virginia for $60.
The guitar I most often play on gigs is a 1974 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe.
My favorite sounding amplifier is a Tone King Meteor II. But the one that most often gets played on gigs is a Zinky Blue Velvet- the 25 watt 1x12" combo version.
I have stompboxes but rarely use them in gigging situations. But my favorite is a Z Vex Fuzz Factory.
Strat - TU-2 - Ycv40
My strat, my FD-2 and my church's DRR. I heard a guy play those recently and it sounded great.
Levinson Blade T2
I played one about 7-8 years ago, and that thing has haunted me ever since!
Danocaster double cut
Silverface Fender Princeton Reverb
(But I don't use the Timmy with the PR, I like to plug straight into that amp)
It's something different every week.
Suhr scott henderson classic
axe fx2 or suhr bella
CS Strat / Baja Tele / Gibson LPJ depending on the gig.
Visual Sound Dual Tap Delay (in the loop)
PWE modd'd Marshall 4104
My number ones are, and have been for quite awhile:
'67 Gibson ES335 (stoptail conversion)
MI Audio Blues Pro overdrive pedal
'03 TopHat Club Royale 1 X 12" combo
This is it for me.
One man,one guitar,one amp.
The only pedal I own is a tuner.
Ach!! No digital!! Nein!! Just let that HIWATT run free.
I mean, if you really want delay, just play off the sound echoing off the back of the hall, like Pete does on Live At Leeds.
Tom Anderson T Classic
Barber Direct Drive
Tophat Ambassador 50
HSS Partscaster that started live as a 99 American standard strat
Barber Half Gainer
Old Bogner Shiva 6L6 with Fryette Power Station
Impossible to say as it can and does always change. Right this moment I would list these.
1) Knaggs Steve Stevens Red Sparkle
2) Bogner Überschall
3) ISP Decimator
I like it simple.