If you could have only one amp for your historic, which one would it be...

pblossom

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With this:
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or

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but I've been liking the Deluxe better lately (and it's lighter). I know the OP said only one. Sorry.
 

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I would choose this one....watch from 0:44....:

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-PPHkKjdHs]Fender 57 Tweed Deluxe - YouTube[/ame]
 

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My MATAMP Series 2000 reissue, with reverb unit and 200w cab... sorry no pic...
 

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My Fender Super-Sonic,
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Me, my R9 & my Super-Sonic at a recent gig,
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I often play other peoples amps and just use whatever backline is there. In the last couple of weeks I have played through a Blackface Fender Twin, a vintage MusicMan 2x12, a Mesa Boogie Express 5:50 and a Blackstar HT60 and every time the amp I wished I was playing into was my own which is this one
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is that the monza?

I was looking at them.

Freddy
 

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Not many Mesa-Boogies here, but I really like the Lone Star (6L6 or EL34), and the Lone Star Special (EL84). They don't have the old boogie sound - it's more like the biggest Fender or Vox you ever heard...
 

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Not many Mesa-Boogies here, but I really like the Lone Star (6L6 or EL34), and the Lone Star Special (EL84). They don't have the old boogie sound - it's more like the biggest Fender or Vox you ever heard...

My bandmate plays through a combination of a Mesa Boogie .50 cal., and a mid 70s Fender Twin. :wow:

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...I really like the Lone Star (6L6 or EL34), and the Lone Star Special (EL84). They don't have the old boogie sound - it's more like the biggest Fender or Vox you ever heard...

I use a Mesa Lonestar Special very often, but fall in love with the classic Fender 5E3 circuit again.....:thumb:
 

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:)
 

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Right I am playing my 96 R8 thru Beano Burst>Dr. Z MAZ, Jr. and just getting amazing tones.
 

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1959HW with 25w Greenbacks (a half stack would be acceptable)
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beautiful clean tone with volumes on three and channels jumped

wicked overdrive and sustain with a Rivera Blues Shaman

my idea of quintessential "old school" Marshall tone paired with a Les Paul (historic or otherwise)

(size, weight, and portability not relevant to question asked)
 

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Morgan Amps pair with Custom Shop Gibbys beautifully. Check 'em out, they do everything from 10W Voxy types to Marshall style 50 Watters. The DAG15 and the Dual 40 are my personal favs.
 

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