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Discussion in 'Historics & Reissues' started by Jims Les Paul, May 9, 2008.
here are my amp
My magical tower:
Blackstar HT-1R, Ceriatone Liverpull, Dinakord Vibro and Ibanez IS412CS cab. I think to sell Ceriatone. Quite loud, very good for a musician playing on stage and recordings. But i am a bedroom player who lives in apartment. There is so many pros who realy deserves and needs this good amp.
How the hell did you get a pink chassis Pink Taco, Mark?
A well placed BJ for Dave?
That is cool as hell!!
Luckily I did not have to resort to that, Mark lol.
I picked it off of The Gear Page when looking for a regular PT. Thing was too cool not to grab. It's a 1 of 1 amp....only 1 was made with the pink chassis and logos.
Who doesn't love PINK TACO....
This is my current (read: only) amp. Right now, it's stock, but there'll be some changes made soon.
you can make quite a rawker outa that little box ...
mods a plenty and worth !t
Personally, I think the best mod to it would be switching players! My Class 5 sounds best when someone else plays through it. Maybe the owner needs some mods.
Using an Axe Fx II.
Had a Mesa F 50 combo and various other combo amps before that.
Very happy with the Axe.
I'm using a Marshall JVM-410 in to a Marshall 1960 A cab. 1960 B cab soon to be added. Cant beat a Les Paul and a Marshall.
I loved the sound of the Bogner Aluma (if that's the correct spelling) when I got to check it out at NAMM 2 years ago. How do you like it?
Really like it. Quick thoughts:
Super wide variety of tones all from the classic Marshall tones and FEEL of the older Marshall's like the JTM in 60's mode the JMP in 70's but with more gain on tap and 800 in 80's but also more gain and squish.
Perfect channel switcher
Tube rectified or SS
SWITCHABLE WATTAGE 1, 5, 18
Gig worthy volume and lows
Excellent clean channel
Very responsive eq section
3 footswitchable channels
Crunch channel has an independent gain control so it can be set cleaner or exactly the same as the lead channel so you can have the same tone in the two channels and set one louder for lead boost.
Bright, normal, dark switch for the clean channel and an eq knob for anything from Blackface scooped cleans to Tweed snarl cleans.
Overall, this amp really shines at classic tones. Bogner is known for modded Marshall types tones and this amp does that but leans closer to the actual classic tones more than modern...in feel and in tone.
Really a ton of amp for the money even though some folks think it's overpriced...I think it just may be the best lunchbox amp. It really only looks like a lunchbox....it doesn't sound like most of those do...Lehigh is small and power starved.
The Pink Taco is another animal and my favorite amp I've ever owned. How one channel can be as mean as it can be then can be dialed way back and still sound and feel killer is truly a feat that Dave Friedman amazingly pulled off.
Koch Studiotone through a Basson 2x12 cab.
Its a 20w short-chassis head from the Netherlands. Sort of like a hot-rodded vintage Vox.
The cab is loaded with Eminence Legends.
Couldn't be happier - its not derivative of any major-label brand, and gives me chance to create my own "voice". Its subtle when I want it to be, obnoxious when I want I to be, plenty loud when called for, and quiet enough for a bedroom.
The P90s of my Les Pauls really seem to make it shine.
Just added a Ceriatone Overtone Special Mini 20 Lunchbox... its bigger than your average "Picanic Basket" and it's SWEEEEEET!
I have a fender twin (72) sliver face modded to original black face specs..a march of (81) JCM 800.. A framus dragon...first year...and a Mesa 2:90 with a g force..and a Triaxis...first run through 2 4x12 oversized recto cabs...crystal clear to...Shake the earth....
One or more of these.
My only amp, Mesa Express 5:25.
I'm using this beast at the moment. Loving the tones I can get from this.
My poor old peavey bandit is getting no love lol
My 80's time machine....
My trusty Shiva