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What's your favorite amp model?

Discussion in 'Axe-Fx II Discussion' started by Jim Dimenno, Jun 25, 2018.

  1. marc0810

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    Clarky, you will have to share some of those settings lol
     
  2. clarky

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    sure I can do that...
     
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    Recently I've been stuck on the 1987x, I love the dynamic range w/ volume knobs
     
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    I agree. I also think the VH4 is like this, too. Diezel just makes awesome amps.
     
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    JCM 800, with or without a drive in front, JTM 45 for cleans.
     
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    sounds like a plan. :)
    but while alive, the twin reverb :
    - clean as clean can be
    - with a small pedal in front, very nice edge to it
    - and a bigger pedal : you turn it into a beast (small beast :) )

    one of these amps that always works, for many many genres...maybe not djent...but let that be the only one ...
     
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    I’ve always been a Marshall guy, some don’t like them. So for me, Marshall’s, then Boogie, and the Friedman’s are great. For cleans, Fenders, Shiver, maybe a AC-30 for a mild breakup.
     
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    TBH I am actually loving the suhr badger 30, I use mine with scene controllers to go from clean to lead sounds, and pretty much cover a wide range of music styles with it.
     
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    My favorite amps I’m using now is the Dr. Z Max 38, the Mesa Lone Star and the Komets. Super obscure to most of them mentioned but I love the variety and versatility of these amps
     
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    Which guitar do you mostly use mate?
     
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    Probably the tube pre
     

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