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Amplifier for live gigs

Started this discussion. Last reply by George Jones on Sunday. 7 Replies

I`m curious as to what folks are using in their live sessions. I don`t mean CBG amps - as good as they are, rather I`m more interested in traditional guitar amps. I`ve looked at Fender, Marshall etc,…Continue

Pedal Order

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Phrygian Kid Feb 6, 2016. 7 Replies

Getting better at playing slide and blues, and I"m interested in using some pedals I own. I have:Boss CE-2 chorusIbanez PT-9 phaserDigitech Screamin' Blues distortion, andBehringer RV-600 reverb.I'm…Continue

Stomp box help

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wayfinder Jan 29, 2015. 4 Replies

I was able to cobble together a basic stomp box. I used a small speaker as the pickup and wired it up to a standard 1/4 inch jack.My amp has only one input, so I would like to expand the capability…Continue

Mixer

Started this discussion. Last reply by TN Twang Dec 15, 2014. 4 Replies

I've been thinking about building a small mixer so that I can have multiple inputs to one output. I've seen a couple of examples online. Some are quite simply pots wired to jacks. The other kind I've…Continue

 

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George Jones replied to Michael Cuell's discussion Amplifier for live gigs
"I would recommend looking at a Fender Acoustasonic 40 watt amp . . . it has 2 XLR / 1/4" jack inputs/channels on the front + adjustable tone/reverb and it also can be used as a mixer to feed the "clubhouse" speaker system via the XLR…"
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Paul Craig replied to Michael Cuell's discussion Amplifier for live gigs
"Boss Katana 50 have been going like hot cakes for $250 or less. It has 5 different sound settings to emulate other amps and has 2 or 3 built in effects. A great deal for the money."
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Taffy Evans replied to Michael Cuell's discussion Amplifier for live gigs
"Hi Michael. I used my Laney 35watt 2x 12 Class Ä" valve amp for 8 years in our blues band. At gigs it was set up for stage volume with the rest of the band then miked to front of house via PA.  Main pedal was, and still is Ibanez Tube…"
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Erasmo Coco replied to Michael Cuell's discussion Amplifier for live gigs
"Vht 6 , Pignose HG 20 modified with tapped speaker output . For use with 1by 10 or 12 Cab . Hughes Kettner Redbox DI , for use with either, to send a tapped speaker  output to a board."
Apr 16
ChickenboneJohn replied to Michael Cuell's discussion Amplifier for live gigs
"Pretty much any amp from the Roland Cube series will cover you. They are light, robust, offer a very wide range of tines, they've got some good easy to use built-in simple effects (reverb, trem, chorus,  simple to dial-in your preferred…"
Apr 16
Cause the Blue rat replied to Michael Cuell's discussion Amplifier for live gigs
"Noting with tubes. They can be a real pain. A 12 inch speaker is going to give you the best over all guitar sound. As deep or tinny as you want to go. As far as wattage goes anything can be micked. The more wattage the more weight. And yes, pedals…"
Apr 15
Jeff 'Bones' Reilly replied to Michael Cuell's discussion Amplifier for live gigs
"I love my Vox amp but a lot of guys use a Roland cube I guess it up to your pocket depths "
Apr 15
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Amplifier for live gigs

I`m curious as to what folks are using in their live sessions. I don`t mean CBG amps - as good as they are, rather I`m more interested in traditional guitar amps. I`ve looked at Fender, Marshall etc, but there`s too many choices to have a good idea of what works well. I`m looking for something that has a decent clean tone, and can be cranked to overdrive when needed; although I do have some pedals that can perform the later function.See More
Apr 15

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At 8:51am on October 29, 2011, Keni Lee Burgess said…

Thank you Michael for joining my group. Feel free to write if you have any questions. Please check out my instructional video CDs:

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