- Feb 25, 2012
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Good clues. Checking out...
I was once interested in that pedal.Then didn't because a lot of bad reviews. RAH wasnt my favorite tone.Song remains the same was better Imho.Ok, no joke, I have wasted the last three hours watching videos of that RAH in action.
I'm ordering one.
Op, you should check out that video that itchybro posted. One pedal and a clean amp and you might have what you're after.
which jcm 800?03,04,etc.thanksMarshalls have really good cleans. I don't like the newer amps quite as much, but the DSL, TSL, JVM what have you... they have really good cleans. More pristine and Fender-y than I'm really used to. The old amps, it's a much spankier clean sound. Anything Marshall made before the '90s sounds very Hendrix when run cleaner. Lots of sparkle and bass, but not as much 3-dimensionality to as it you'd get from a Fender. It's a matter of what you want. There are a lot of amps from other companies that'll get you the tones in spades. But for some reason my go to is an old single channel JCM800. A good pedalboard and that amp will do anything.
had my fair share of el84 amps,I prefer bigger bottle tubes,thanksFor me the Mesa Lonestar Special is the best of both worlds. Great cleans, just not quite as ice-picky as a Fender. The dirt tone is just incredible. I was after Marshall dirt and to me the LSS just nails it. This was my first Mesa so I bought a couple more, a Mini Rectifier and an Express 5:25. What I found is that these Mesa's sound nothing like the LSS. They do have that nasal fizzy tone, but the LSS is just the sh*t. Never want any other amp. I buy a lot of gear, but ever since I got this amp about 5 years ago, I still have no desire for any other amp...ever.
I looked long at those,I have a avatar 2x12 open back cab(top quality) with a wgs mix of a et65 and a veteran 30 british invasion all the way,love itI am saying with great enthusiasm, Avatar 45!!!!!!!
It does deliver the goods
It looks like you went Marshall... congrats!
Another vote for the JVM410H:Since the only thing that will sound like a Marshall is a Marshall, my solution to the above question was to get this:
Clean-Green has a super-clean tone that sounds (to me) like a Twin-Reverb. Everything else screams Marshall, even the stuff that sounds like you're trying to play grunge-death-metal.