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Dalendl

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Soldano Lucky 13 100 watt head
Soldano Astroverb 16
Fender 1965 Deluxe
Marshall 100 watt - 70's
Vintage Voltage Mo-Wreck 20 watt head
 

JCarno

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Updated photo. Who can name them all? :rofl:

Marshall DSL15H//DSL1HR//Class 5//2525C<>Peavey Classic 20 MH
H&K Tubemeister 5<>Vox AC4C1<>Orange Micro Terror//Micro Dark
Blackstar HT-1R<>Gretsch G5222<>Greta<>Egnater Rebel 20<>Fender Rumble 15
Orange 8"cab x 2><H&K TM112><Vox NT 112><EVH Mini 112
Vox AmPlug
 

BKS

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Marshall 1959 jmp super lead RR
Marshall dsl40c
Fender hotrod deluxe python

And i have fender mustang 1, Marshall bass state b65 and danolectro niftyfifty but those are tubeless...

Picked up a used Marshall power brake today in (nearly) matching white for the jmp... just need to order a speaker cable and it will be time to warn the neighbours :naughty::jam::hippie:
 

NorlinBlackBeauty

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I can now officially declare the MojoTone Studio One as a working amp!



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Traded the Twin for a ‘68 Custom Deluxe Reverb. I love this amp, yeah it’s not an exact copy of the original but I really like the difference in tone between the channels and I love that they put the reverb and Trem on each channel. It’s kinda like two different sounding Fenders. Plus it’s a hell of a lot lighter than the twin.
 

Gtarzan81

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Traded the Twin for a ‘68 Custom Deluxe Reverb. I love this amp, yeah it’s not an exact copy of the original but I really like the difference in tone between the channels and I love that they put the reverb and Trem on each channel. It’s kinda like two different sounding Fenders. Plus it’s a hell of a lot lighter than the twin.
Have you jumpered the channels yet? :)
 

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I have given away a few to my grandsons. What I have left:
Peavey VK 112 2008
Crate Acoustic
2014 mojotone 5E3 kit build
2016 5E3 parts sourced and the cabinets I built.
Matching 212 ext. cab
6G3 Head Parts source and home built cab with dovetail joints.
 

Blues_Verne

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Most of what is left:

PALMER Model 3 ~ 100W Head 1986 - a perfekt MESA clone, only better!

Dynacord REFERENCE 1000 and 500 tube heads 1985; Midi and 16 digital memory banks.

Echolette Showstar S40 German 60s cult amps, 2x EL34 heads with tremolo; superbe clean sound; one 1963 first series, one 1965 and one 1965 modified for Blues tones.

Fender THE TWIN Red Knob with two early 70s FANE 80 watts AluFrame speakers

Fender 75 Combo 1x15 with JBL D130F

CARVIN X100 Combo 1x12 - the Zappa machine with Celestion G12-100

Golden Tone VT 30 Tweed 1x12 Combo; 4x EL84; Chinese clones of a Peavey Classic 30 but way better circuit design and service friendly. Edit: forgot to mention that this is my go to amp since it was modified with a 15 inch JBL D130F - see picture. :wave:

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Golden Tone VT 30 Tweed 1x12 Combo; modified for 2x EL84/ 2x6V6 and oktal preamp tubes. Voiced for Blues tones with vintage charme.

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Golden Tone Smart 20 red Tolex 1x12 Combo; 2x EL84

HOHNER Orgaphon M41 2x12 Combo 1966, originally amps for harmonica orchestras

HOHNER Orgaphon M26 Head 1965, converted to guitar amp.

Elk ES-30 Princeton copy 1x12, Reverb + Tremolo

BOYER ST30 and BOYER ST20 PA amps 1956, both with GZ34 rectifier, 2x 6L6GC power tubes and three 12AX7's. Converted to give you terrific Plexi tones.

PHILIPS EL 4611-2 PA amps 1953, redesigned 4x EL81 circuit for harp tones

Teisco Checkmate 20 Combo 1x12 from 1966; six tube circuit with 7189A power tubes; 12AX7 reverb + 6AV6 tremolo; big tall cabinet

Teisco 10 Combo 1964, four tube circuit, reverb + tremolo, great sounding 1x10 feather weight Japanese, originally with Pioneer alnico speaker, upgraded with fat ceramic magnet Eminence chassis.

TUBE 10 (Ex- Subzero) 6L6 SE Hybrid Combo 1x10, modified for Oktal 6SJ7 driver tube.

some more that I just can't remember at the moment.
 
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Stinky Kitty

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68 Fender Bandmaster (Dripface)
Fender Super Champ (Rivera era, EV Force10)
Vox AC15
Vox NT15
Marshall 3203
Phaez Jackal
Phaez Mad King
Epiphone Valve Jr Combo
SWR Strawberry Blonde
 

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A new addition, a brand new (in the box) Marshall 1974x.
Currently 2x Marshall and 2x BF Fender Amps’s.

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As of today:

Marshalls:
1973 Super Lead model 1959, undergoing a total restoration to "as it was" when it left the factory in 1973.
1977 Master Volume model 2203 in good condition, freshly recapped, with good low hours tubes

Mesa/Boogies:
SOB 60 watt head
Mark III DRGX head (export transformer, simulclass, reverb, EQ)
Rocket 44 (for sale)

Fenders:
1980 Super Twin Reverb, freshly restored with new cabinet. It's for sale.
1978 Twin Reverb, rebuilt/lightly restored with new cabinet. It's for sale.
1979 Pro Reverb, in excellent original condition. It's a "keep it forever" amp.

Two modellers, a Fractal Axe-FX II and a Behringer Bass V-Amp Pro. (no tubes but they complete my amp list.)

Of all these, I plug into my Marshall (the one that's not being restored) by preference, almost every time.
It took me 35 years of chasing tone to discover that all I needed was an old Marshall to catch it.
 


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