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PostPosted: Sun Feb 20, 2005 6:53 pm 
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Right now my only real amp is my Nomad 100 212. I also run it through a closed back 412, and switch via a MIDI controller and program changes. I'll use the 212 or 412 speakers depending on the effects patch. For something with with lots of flanger or other swirly needs, the open 212 sounds better. Dryer settings favor the 412.

For practice and workshop needs, I have a Tech 21 Trademark 10. Not bad for a tranny.

I'm thinking about adding an EL84 combo later this year. So far, the Lonestar Special is looking pretty good.

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Roland Cube 30 :(


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Location: San Antonio
Early 90's Mesa Dual Rectifier Rack Mount Head, serial Number R-001032 :D

IT's mint too :lol: with black faceplate!

Used to have a chrome chassis black diamond early issue Triple Recto too. Really miss that one.

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Location: Rockwall, TX. USA
In addition to the Mesa DC-5

83 JCM 800 2203
VHT Pittbull 50 CL/EQ
Bogner Ecstasy 101B

I have 4 slanted 4x12's, a Marshall 1960 (G12T75's), a Bogner (V30's), a VHT Fatbottom (P50E's) and a Soldano (V30's)

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Joined: Mon Jan 24, 2005 9:19 pm
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Location: Rochester, NY
Current amps:
Mesa Tremoverb into a Genz-Benz Gflex 2x12
and...
Pignose :lol:

Do a lot of my practicing with a Line6 GuitarPort. Has some handy tools and useable sounds. Plus the headphones allow for late night jams.

Used to Own:
Peavey 5150II w/matching Cab
Laney VH100R
H&K Triamp
Fargen Bordeaux 2x12 combo
'74 Fender Super Reverb


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Location: Boston
Boogie Lone Star Special 1X12
VHT Pittbull 45 1X12
Budda Superdrive 30 1X12

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05 Mesa Boogie Lone Star Special 1X12
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cvansickle wrote:
Right now my only real amp is my Nomad 100 212. I also run it through a closed back 412, and switch via a MIDI controller and program changes. I'll use the 212 or 412 speakers depending on the effects patch. For something with with lots of flanger or other swirly needs, the open 212 sounds better. Dryer settings favor the 412.

For practice and workshop needs, I have a Tech 21 Trademark 10. Not bad for a tranny.

I'm thinking about adding an EL84 combo later this year. So far, the Lonestar Special is looking pretty good.

AN UPDATE:

Late last month, I added a NOS Blue Angel to my gear ensemble. The Blue Angel will handle my clean sounds.

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Location: San Jose, Ca.
Check my sig for amps.

Mark III for rehearsals and the Triaxis/Simul2:90 for gigs and recording.

chedgeco 8)

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Joined: Fri Mar 04, 2005 8:06 am
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Location: Mountlake Terrace, WA
What I currently own
ENGL Powerball
Peavey 5150
PODXT Live

What is on its way
Triple Rectifier

Stuff that I don't own anymore
Mesa Boogie Mark III (w/Simul Class)
Peavey Triple XXX
Line 6 Flextone II Combo


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Location: New Orleans Area
I own a 1989 Fener "The Twin" (evil twin, red knobs, 100watt all tube)

And a Roland Microcube practice amp.


(Still love my Road King, though...)


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Joined: Wed Mar 09, 2005 10:51 am
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Location: Missoula, MT USA
Currently Own:

Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier (3ch)
Avatar 4x12 cab w/ V30's
Dean ML 7 (7 string guitar)
Jackson Stealth HX
Line 6 Pod XT Live
Dunlop 535q Wah
Boss NS-2 Gate
Boss DD-3 Delay
DOD FX60 Chorus
Morley ABY Switch

Used to Own:

Line 6 POD v' 2.0
Line 6 Spider II head and 4x12 Cab ( traded towards Dual Rectifier)
Digitech RP-6 effect processor
various stomps and fx, and various guitars not worth mentioning lol

Want to own:

ENGL Power ball head
Jackson USA Rhaods
complete recording studio with the works, lol, maybe some day???? :oops:


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Location: Springfield/Mt.Vernon, MO
Current amps:

* Mesa/Boogie Triple Recto & genz benz 2x12
* 1972 Fender Deluxe (first amp I ever heard and played through)
* Peavey Classic 30 tweed cover
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Amps I've gotten rid of in the last 12 months or used to swap with:

* Fender Twin '73
* Peavey XXX
* Peavey Classic 30 (different than one above)
* Behringer GMX210
* Behringer V-Ampire 1x12
* Line 6 Vetta II
* Line 6 HD147
* Rocktron Replitone
* Rocktron Replitone (yep, I had 2 of them)
* Line 6 Spider 2x12
* 1974 Fender Deluxe
* Marshall Valvestate 1x12 8110 (I think thats the correct model)
* GK 250-ML II

The only amp I miss out of this batch is the '74 Deluxe.

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Location: Hamburg, Germany
* ~1979 Mesa Boogie Mark IIB head 60W (no reverb, no EQ, modified lead channel for less bass) with self-built 1x12" EVL Thiele cab
* Early 1962 Fender Bassman head (rough white tolex with brown front plate, white knobs and maroon grille cloth, 6G6-A circuit with solid state rectifier)
* 1969 Marshall JMP combo (1986 bass circuit with tremolo, EL34, solid state rectifier and 2 original G12H30 greenbacks 55Hz, basketweave grille cloth)
* ~1972 Marshall 4x12" cabinet (with 2 original G12M25 greenbacks and 2 mid '70s G12H30 blackbacks, large checkerboard grille cloth)

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hey godless, have you found a way to eliminate the hum and crosssover with the morley aby? i find when im just using a or b, the signal stil gets through to both.


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Hi, musicbox. well, I've never experienced hum or crossover from my morley switch, but i use it to switch between my 2 guitars, not between amps. I have heard thqt using it to split amp signals it could do this. also, I run a noise gate right after the morley and that might get rid of any hum as well.


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