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  • #31
    Originally posted by H
    SPAM SIG:


    Jackson JX3 Stereo tube preamp. Two channels with a footsiwtchable 'shred' boost. $149 plus ship. Uses 2 12ax7s and does 80s guitar tones well.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Stratotone


      One thing too though is the price of gear in different countries... I know that Mesa gear is a hell of a lot more expensive there than here. How about a Peavey JSX for that reason?


      That's true. JSX is on the list of amps that I'm going to test. I just have my suspicions for that amp, because in Peavey site they say, that channels 1 & 2 are based on XXX (bad thing), but it's an option.

      Originally posted by Stratotone

      One other idea.... and I know you didn't ask for this, but hell, you're on a budget... is a good TWO channel amp, and run an overdrive pedal on your clean channel for an extra channel.
      Pete


      Yes, that's not a bad option either. I'm testing many amps, and if I find THAT sound from a two channel amp, then I'll buy that amp. I'm going to build "all under one button" system with Ground Control Pro, and it just would be easier if the amp had three channels on its own. And for me less gear = better.

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      • #33
        try out the Bogner 101B
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        2 Fender heavy picks
        1 white
        1 blue
        yeah...bet your all jealous

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        • #34
          damn, is there any amp you do like? you've shot down just about every suggestion given. im actually surprised these guys are still helpin you out.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by H
            BobSavage.net - Music, Amp demos...
            Youtube Vids
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            • #36
              Originally posted by Bob Savage


              I got this far and didn't really like your attitude, so I stopped reading.


              But you still bothered to write that. Weird...

              Quote from my previous post:
              I have a very clear idea of what I want, and I just got frustrated when people suggested things I thought I made clear I really don't want.

              I admit the sentence you quoted was a bit rude, but as I said I got frustrated of all those none use replies. I'll take it back.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by travis bickle
                damn, is there any amp you do like? you've shot down just about every suggestion given. im actually surprised these guys are still helpin you out.


                I'm a kind of perfectionist... And I do have a very clear idea of what I want, many repliers suggested gear that I said in my first post I don't like. But obviously my problem (beside my head) is my budget, so I'll have to raise it.

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                • #38
                  If you don't like the Cobra, I doubt you'll like a Recto or JSX...
                  https://soundcloud.com/blackholegravity

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by BrokenRomeo
                    If you don't like the Cobra, I doubt you'll like a Recto or JSX...

                    That's what I believe too, but as I haven't tested Dual Recto or JSX properly I'll give them a chance.

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                    • #40
                      You might be able to find a Mesa Nomad for
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                      • #41
                        you didnt mention something about the price range..
                        so i'll say the Diezel VH4..
                        4 completely independent channels with seperate EQs and all midi controlable for the g-major..
                        and of course its really versatile..
                        could be the berber too with 3 channels..
                        Alex
                        For the dictionary guys,once again...**************** OFF!!!!!! i'm Greek...


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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by H
                          BobSavage.net - Music, Amp demos...
                          Youtube Vids
                          Savage Woodworks

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Bob Savage


                            Pointing out your bad attitude was really no bother at all, and there's nothing weird about it.


                            Wasn't there? Right . I believe you misunderstood my attitude, or I made you misunderstand my attitude with that comment.

                            Another quote from my previous post:
                            "One thing I don't like these forums that you never can know if that guy really is joking or pissed off..."

                            So, for correction - I never ment to offend anyone, or show bad attitude. I appreciate all the help I get, but I think you're now underestimating me. The first replies left me feeling, that everybody just read the title and then it was just a race of who gets to be valid first no matter what I wrote to the first post. If I'd want one of those common high gain amps there wouldn't be any problem and I never wouldn't have posted a question to this forum.

                            I really don't want to argue with you. Let's forget this and shake hands?

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by H
                              Knut E

                              I used to be called "ke2" around these parts

                              Some ridiculous videos
                              http://home.online.no/~knut-eev/stuff/

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Knut E Evenmo


                                Bob is 20 years older than you..... (being born in `86) ha ha ha But you should try out a Koch Powertone with EL34`s. One squeaky clean channel, one that can go from clean to higain, and one from clean to monster, with a little different voicing. You also have a solo boost for all 3 ch, and axess electronics have made a cable to run it with their amp switcher. You can try them @ www.custom-sounds.com


                                hyv
                                Knut E

                                I used to be called "ke2" around these parts

                                Some ridiculous videos
                                http://home.online.no/~knut-eev/stuff/

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