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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, Mar 14, 2019.
MIM Strat, ‘79 Champ, CMatmods Black Plague (Ratified).
6122 SP, BF Twin Reverb, Mystery Brain
Simply because it's so able to be adapted to so many different situations and it bow's in compassion and forgiveness toward
someone whom it is to punish or harm.
Les Paul / Mesa Mrk I
Easy one for me,
My 6118 Annie Junior
My ADA Rocket amp
and my Analog Alien Rumble Seat pedal.
Done and done.
That's a real tough one, but I'll follow the rules and say the Fender Deluxe Reissue, my Candy Apple Red MIM Strat, and my new Dyno Brain.
I guess I would go with a Roland cube for the amp. They have a lot of foot effects built in and they have a solid clean sound. Then a boss rc300 looper and my 6120 player edition.
That dyno is so handsome!
ALIVE.... WITHOUT A BODY..... FED BY AN UNSPEAKABLE HORROR FROM HELL!
Custom Classic Telecaster
Carr Rambler Amp
Carbon Copy Delay
Isn't that Angus Young with short hair? (actually I remember seeing that movie)
G6659 Broadkaster Jr., Blues Jr amp, TC Electronics HOF2 (reverb is weak on that amp)
1967 Traynor YBA-1 w/ 1x12" Cab, my old 1973 Strat, EH East River Drive (and a decent reverb pedal too)
Well if you have
1 Gretsch Jet with filtertrons.
1 Mesa Boogie Mark V amp.
1 TC Electronic Flashback Delay pedal.
you have around 100 different tones covered with the best possible A1 +++ quality from crystal, clean thru light overdrive, crunch to high gain with tube spring reverb. You've got the worlds most super versatile guitar matched with the best and most versatile amplifier ever made. Add the best delay pedal in the loop and .......... blows everything else out of the water imo
no pedal, i traded it for beer.
What if the amp comes with a pedal to access all its features? Can I also choose another pedal or does that count as more than one pedal?
My new favorite line... asking for a friend. I have the guitar and pedal picked out. Need some help with the amp: what TUBE amp has the VOX AC voice with switchable gain channels, onboard tremolo, MV, medium sized and under 50lbs.? Thinking it might be my AC15, but then again, there may be a better solution that isn’t coming to mind at the moment.
I had a YCV40 as well, but couldn't use the volume. I found the 20 more versatile with the amp volume not capped at 0.5 on a scale of 1 to 10
Tough choice between the YCV20WR and a Gretsch (Victoria) 6156 - the Traynor won by having some crunch on tap.
Most low budget horror flick ever
Guitar : Gibson SG Double Neck ( 6 and 12 string , best of both worlds )
Amp : Victoria
Pedal : Anolog Alien Rumble Seat ( It's one pedal with Drive , Delay and Reverb )