A lot of really nice amp collections here and some great pics to boot!
Leftee-The only person I've known with more amps was an amp tech named John Landgraff. He worked on some of my amps in the mid '90's when I lived in Florida. He would go to pawn shops on the coast of Florida and Alabama and in the panhandle to buy/fix and sell them. Had a building out back with over 60 amps at one point.
Rivera 5512, which is my main amp. Champ 12 redknob Fender Cyber Deluxe
I would love to own a Bogner Shiva 112. Someday.
"Rivera 5512, which is my main amp."
There's a guy, in my town...James Muller...uses a Rivera Jay Graydon...a few pedals--only just "on" very minimal, and his Rivera sounds great! It also helps that James is one of the best guitar players you'll ever hear!
satele, I love that amp. Very versatile. I’m sure James Muller would make it sound better than I ever could!
James Muller is a Monster!! Seriously! We (used) to get to listen to him, on a Tuesday night, for FREE! Playing in a Hammond Trio. Standards and such, in a small inner city hotel. He just ripped the bag...well the band, The Airbenders, played their arses off very night....then, late in March.....
Post by avspecialist on Jun 11, 2020 20:07:28 GMT -5
Let’s see: 1967 super reverb, 1974 twin reverb (reworked to ab763 and a black faceplate, 1975 Twin Reverb, 1994 twin amp, Bassman 50, bassman 10, Tony Bruno princeton, 1965 Univox Ub45, Marshall JVM 410H, mint 1482 Silvertone, champ sized peavey, a ton of cabinets.
Post by twangmeister on Jul 23, 2020 23:18:44 GMT -5
Since my downsizing 3 years ago I'm left with an Acoustic Image Ten2, a DRRI and a Blackstar HT1 in my Philly place and a Peavey Vypyr VIP3 and a 5 watt Crate tube head in my Connecticut place. Fortunately the VIP3 covers both guitar and bass.
Here's one of mine from the early 2000's. The Gilmore Jr is a half-watt little beast that does the plexi thing pretty well, that came as a kit with all the parts from Guytronix. Not much clean, but that's not what it was for. Richard Guy is still in business, but he's out of kits.
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Post by LudwigVonFender 2.0 on Jul 24, 2020 11:31:53 GMT -5
Many great amp selections in this thread. Here's mine:
Fender Blues Jr 2002 Fender Blues Jr Tweed 2020 Fender Cybertwin Ver.3 Head w/412S cab Fender '59 Bassman LTD 2003 Fender Gdec Fender Rumble 150 Fender Accoustasonic SFX II Vox Valvetronix AD120 head w/AD 212 cab Marshall JMD 1 Mesa Express 5:50 Roland JC 40 Roland Mobile Cube
Since I have been in the Leslie arena a lot lately I thought I would add them as a constituent in my amp collection. I have a 91 or 92 Twin Reverb Re-issue, A 50th Anniversary Vox AC15H1TV, a Leslie 145, a Leslie 46W, and a Leslie 760. I forgot about the Leslies. I have more amps than I realized.
I've had a lot of different amps over the decades (Marshall, Mesa Boogie, Fender HRD, Tech 21...) but the current mix reflects what I needed in my last band in terms of covering a wide range of material, size, portability and good DI to a PA. I have an Egnater Rebel 30 head (in a limited run all black finish), a DV Mark Evo 1 modelling head and an old Fender Cyber Twin combo. And a choice of two cabs: a compact 112 with an Eminence Texas Heat and a 212 I got from Stoneham Amps (small UK amp design and build company) to my specs: two Vintage 30s placed vertically, with the top one angled up slightly. Covered in a nice burgundy/black snakeskin tolex.