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|previous: Stephen Conner If any amp has the EVH tone surely ... -- 2/28/2000 12:43 PM||View Thread|
|2/28/2000 2:17 PM|
|Richie||Re: Peavey 5150 anyone|
Oh gosh.. you ever see his rig?.. A wall of these
numbered.. on stage.. then off to the side offstage..
the real amps he plays..the old marshalls,
in a rack. He does use the 5150s..glad I'm not
his tech.. these are about the biggest pain to work
on that I have got into.I bet his tech has a truckload
of preamp tubes... cause it takes good ones
to keep these gain beasts from making noise..
6 gain stages!! And i played a few of these.They don't sound bad..Maybe the best sounding amp
Peavey makes. But way too much gain .. i don't know
where you could get that dialed in to sound good.
And you know there is someone that will crank
the gain.. and put a fuzz pedal in front of it..I go to hear
alot of bands play. And so far the best tones
I have heard are Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani,
And Robin Trower.. The Bogner is a great sounding amp.
I agree with Trace.. the micas are a bit to
bright in a marshall..You can do many things to this amp
some like these amps more than there plexis.I have a
77 2203..and a 66 plexi 1959T.. You can change the feedback circut too to help the amp, along with the tone slope resistor,and coupling caps,The one thing i'd do first
is to put sheilded cables on the inputs.
i like EL34s in a Marshall..Just my preference..
|Rebel420 I would evne bet if pretty much any... -- 2/28/2000 2:23 PM|