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Ivan Milenkovic
post Nov 22 2007, 12:30 AM
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Vox amp?


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post Nov 22 2007, 03:36 AM
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QUOTE (Milenkovic Ivan @ Nov 21 2007, 06:30 PM) *
Vox amp?



I'll need more info than that. Models? Style? Artists?

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post Nov 24 2007, 01:30 AM
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Vox amps

Models : AC15, AC30 - Legendary Vintage tube combos, made famous by the Beatles. Now they live as a classic reissues. Their cheaper series are the Valvetronics. THese are modeling hybrid amps. In my oppinion Vox and Peavey went to the greatest lengths in making a modeling hybrid amp so definetly worth taking a try.
Style: Rock`n`Roll, Blues, Fusion.
Artist: Beatles, U2, Vlatko Stefanovski, Van Gogh, Rory Galagher, Jam, Yardbirds, ROlling Stones, The who..


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post Nov 26 2007, 03:13 AM
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Thanks!

I added them with the most recognizable names and bands.

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post Dec 28 2007, 06:03 AM
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Please don't overlook the beautiful Godin guitar series. These thing sound amazing and have a unique look. Made in U.S.A with fine canadian parts. I have one so I can attest that they sound great. Here's a link, check them out you rock and blues guy's.

http://www.godinguitars.com/godinproductlistingp.htm

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post Dec 31 2007, 06:38 AM
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This helped a lot!!! Thanks smile.gif


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post Jan 1 2008, 05:23 AM
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QUOTE (shammy @ Dec 28 2007, 12:03 AM) *
Please don't overlook the beautiful Godin guitar series. These thing sound amazing and have a unique look. Made in U.S.A with fine canadian parts. I have one so I can attest that they sound great. Here's a link, check them out you rock and blues guy's.

http://www.godinguitars.com/godinproductlistingp.htm


I will look into them and see where they fit. Thanks for the reminder!

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This helped a lot!!! Thanks smile.gif


Glad to hear it!!!

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post Jan 7 2008, 07:41 PM
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I am personally a fan of Ibanez guitars. When I went to get my first electric guitar I was searching for a decent entry level semi-hollow body guitar. I checked out the Epiphone ES-335 Dot but when I tried the Ibanez AS73 it just felt and sounded fresher to me. George Benson and Pat Methaney play Jazz on Ibanez. My AS also has a decent metal tone although I just recently put 9's on it so it lost alittle bit of its mellower charateristics but still nice and mellow on neck PU.

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post Mar 15 2008, 05:09 PM
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post May 18 2008, 01:23 AM
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I'm a Boogie and Marshall fan. I have personal experience with both, but not all models of each. I have done some research, though, so this may help... MESA BOOGIE; ROAD KING...it fits many categories, as it is loaded! It is a good metal, blues, rock, amp with 12 modes and POWER TUBE switching capabilities. There is nothing like it. ROADSTER...A metal/rock, blues amp with four channels, including LONESTAR clean channels, and DUAL RECTIFIER dirty channels. STILETTO...an EL34 powered answer to Marshalls that can do metal/rock, and blues. According to Andy Timmons, this is a tone monster. LONESTAR...basically, a souped up MARK1, this thing gets rave reviews for all the sweet tones it can produce. Not a high gain amp, rather, a sweeter, singing tone ala Larry Carlton and, of course, Carlos, can be had from this one. Guitar magazines rave about the cleans to be had from this amp, also. DUAL and TRIPLE RECTIFIERS...these are 6L6 powered high-gain monsters, my favorite amp of the ones I've owned over the years. Really good note articulation and bottom end from these, even when the gain is cranked. Obviously a metal/rock amp. There are MARK series amps, like the MARK4 and MARK1, with the MARK4 being a do all-type of studio amp in combo form, although John Petrucci is currently using them for his killer sounds, live, and recording Systematic Chaos...he switched from ROAD KINGS and LONESTARS a while back, but still may have them in his backline. The MARK1 gives us Carlos Santanas' signature lead tones, remember his ridiculous sustain on Abraxas? I own a MARSHALL TSL100, have read very favorable reviews, but have not cranked mine yet. Just playing through the preamp section at the moment, (in the house). A metal/rock amp with a good clean channel, also. The MARSHALL JVM is the new flagship of the Marshall line, with 12 modes, 4 channels, killer cleans, over-the-top gain, if needed, and according to the magazines, an extremely cool, programmable footswitch. Obviously metal/rock, and then some...hope all this helps! I'm tired now, I think I'll pass out...

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post May 18 2008, 11:15 AM
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nice list hardtail


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post May 18 2008, 12:04 PM
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This really is a great list! I started out on a Strat. but when I got my Jackson thats when the practicing started big time. To me Jackson guitars are the best. I really want a Jackson RR24. Thats a great list and I really like A7X so I'm gonna have to check out the Schecter guitars. I have seen them before in guitar world and checked out the website but never really look at them.

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