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Archive | April, 2011
Classic Rock/Blues

Classic Rock/Blues

I’ve been very fortunate enough to have owned some great guitar amps in my life time. To name a few, Fender – ’57 Champ, Pro Junior, ’66 Bassman, TV Duo Ten, ’57 Deluxe, Princeton Reverb, Marshall – Bluesbreaker, JCM800, 1974x, JTM45, Vox AC15 & AC30, ’65 Supro Thunderbolt, Peavey Delta Blues 115, Peavey C30, etc… […]

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Thick And Chunky

Thick And Chunky

(Note: w/Marshall 1960AV V30-loaded 4×12) Lead channel, deep and tone shi(f)t off. Bass- 6, Mids- 8, Treble- 4, Presence- 2, Gain- 6, Master- 6. No boost. Also note: this is loud. I found JJ pres and =C= EL34s to work well in this amp, though a pre full of JJs can get a bit murky; […]

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Big Old School Rock

Big Old School Rock

The AD30HTC pretty much sounds like itself no matter which way you spin the tone knobs, but for the biggest old school rock sound here’s where I like to set ‘em… Master Volume: 10 (yes it has to be all the way up to get those power tubes singing) All tone knobs: 10 (the AD30 […]

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Thunderverb 50

Thunderverb 50

The Thunderverb 50 has been an underrated amp since its release and is just now getting its due. It mixes a very classic feel of a dual el34 50w format with modern tone shaping options by way of clever but simple controls I generally use channel A for my overdriven sounds while channel B takes […]

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