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  • Fender, Marshall or Line6

    Which amp do you prefer out of

    Fender,
    Marshall,
    or
    Line6

  • #2
    line6
    check it out:

    http://www.cockandball.de/media/cbt_aaa.mp3

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    • #3
      Don't name Fender and Marshall with that ... ****************6-Stuff in one sentence ...
      keep rockin`...






      Originally posted by DracoAran


      Why not just stick a Metal Zone between your electric-acoustic and your TV?.

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      • #4
        what was the name again?
        mar-der...
        or fen-shall?

        i just can't remember.........

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        • #5
          I own a DSL50 (love it!), have played 800s, 900s, and one SL-X. For Fenders, I have played through a Twin, a Deluxe, a Princeton, and a million and one Champs.

          For my own playing, the edge goes to Marshall. They have a sound that's more "alive" ... Fender has the best clean I've ever heard, ever. Especially the twin. Jazz-o-rama. And the Deluxe had one of the creamiest overdrives I've yet to hear. The Marshalls had a deep, brutal, satusfying crunch to them, and were capable of everything from blues to hard hard rock.

          Not a Line6 fan... I've had several guitar students bring in Flextones and Spider IIs and whatnot, and I just didn't like them. Not to my taste.

          So I vote Marshall.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bryant05
            Which amp do you prefer out of

            Fender,
            Marshall,
            or
            Line6
            Mesa doesn't even make the list?

            If I had to choose one of the three listed, I'd take an old Plexi, so Marshall. But, I am not a fan of any of Marshall's amps past the last JCM 800. My singer has a TSL 100, and while it has good tone, IMO it's built like a computer and he has had problems with the head ever since he got it.

            I don't particularly find "Other" as a category for you to gain insight.

            I like Line6 for the PODxt Live, which is part of my backup and wet/dry rigs, but for amps I like tubes.
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            • #7
              Peavey or Roland.

              But out of those 3......damn......probably line 6.....

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              • #8
                Line6.
                There's nothing in Fender's lineup that even remotely interests me. I do love a good JCM800, but my Line6 does that kind of sound reasonably well, and a ton more than that.
                Marshall 2466 Vintage Modern.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by cockandball
                  what was the name again?
                  mar-der...
                  or fen-shall?

                  i just can't remember.........


                  just a little bit lame

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                  • #10
                    marshall can cover up if your a bad player, fender doesn't, i have a stage 100 dsp and it shows ALL of my mistakes, and line6 are overedpriced for their items, go fender, get like a Blues JR. 15 watt, tube amp....for $400
                    empty sig.

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                    • #11
                      dont get me wrong, marshalls are great, but unless you want to spend $2000 for a good marshall, its not gonna sound good
                      empty sig.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by guitaristbum
                        dont get me wrong, marshalls are great, but unless you want to spend $2000 for a good marshall, its not gonna sound good


                        not really,
                        i bought my MG250DFX for $500 and it sounds awsome, theres no other brand that i would go for if i had to buy another amp

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                        • #13
                          Yeah i second that. I got my SLX for 480$ and it is definitely a good sounding Marshall head...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by guitaristbum
                            dont get me wrong, marshalls are great, but unless you want to spend $2000 for a good marshall, its not gonna sound good

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                            • #15
                              I'll have to go with Fender. I can get some Marshall type tones out of a Fender, but can't get Fender type tones out of a Marshall.

                              And just for the record, I own both.

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