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PostSubject: Guitar amp help   Mon Jun 28, 2010 4:26 pm

I know from past discussions that a few of yall play guitar. I'm starting mostly an all blues type band and is trying to get an simple but hard edge blues type sound. I've got an custom shop PRS 305 guitar ordered and I was leaning toward an Marshall full stack (jcm) or an orange amp. I'm trying to cut down on effects that I use and just get most of the sound from amp only. I've played on marshalls plenty of times but havnt got to really jam a while on an orange yet. So, if anybody has any experience in a Orange amp let me know an review. I'm looking for a real smooth clean and kind of an crunchy yet citing type of dirty sound.
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PostSubject: Re: Guitar amp help   Tue Jun 29, 2010 4:30 am

hi dude,i have just bought an egnater rebel-20,all valve head,it is the best amp for blues I've owned ,and I've owned a few.This is a pretty low wattage amp at 1-20 watt ,but packs unbelievable punch , easily enough for a small-medium venue.It has 2GTEL84 POWER TUBES,BUT ALSO HAS 2GT6V6 POWER TUBES,these can be used independently,or you can mix the 2 sets,this gives you great versatility when tailoring you sound.If this is too small for you check out EGNATER.COM,to see the full range.I'm a bit of a tone hound,and this is the closest i've come to finding what i'm looking for in 15 years,and lot's of money trying,go check them out. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Guitar amp help   Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:34 am

i agree egnaters are very nice amps. i myself play a mesa single rectoverb, but thats not exactly a bluesy amp
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PostSubject: Re: Guitar amp help   Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:49 pm

Thanks for some info. I was thinking about going this weekend to guitar center in Birmingham Alabama to try an variety of some boutique amps. I've also got to try the Paul Reed Smith "Sweet 16" amp. It sounds good online, but I would def need some playing time on one. I play some heavy metal through my 5150's linked together to two Full stacks. I've also acquired an Peavey VYPYR Amp, Its got an wide variety of sounds. Even though its not great for live play, but is a lot a fun for some jamming at the house drinking beer. The sound that I'm looking for is kinda like some of Joe Bonamassa stuff. Bluesy, hard, but refined.
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