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  • #61
    ^ I like those too. I demoed my Electromatic 5120 thru one when I bought it. Havn't got that tone since I brought the guitar home.

    I'm wanting a Tiny Terror badly.

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    • #62
      ^ I like those too. I demoed my Electromatic 5120 thru one when I bought it. Havn't got that tone since I brought the guitar home.

      I'm wanting a Tiny Terror badly.

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      • #63
        Rickenbacker 360-12. Any time you post something about one you get eight posts from people who don't like the neck, pickups, controls or something else ...



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        • #64
          Rickenbacker 360-12. Any time you post something about one you get eight posts from people who don't like the neck, pickups, controls or something else ...



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          • #65
            I freakin' love US built Peavey guitars. I also love Transtube SS Peavey guitar amps. Used you can buy a full on pro level rig (guitar and amp) for under $500.



            My main giggling rig is a Peavey Firenza guitar and a Peavey Special 212 amp. I paid $250 for each. Both made in the USA and are top quality pieces.

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            • #66
              I freakin' love US built Peavey guitars. I also love Transtube SS Peavey guitar amps. Used you can buy a full on pro level rig (guitar and amp) for under $500.



              My main giggling rig is a Peavey Firenza guitar and a Peavey Special 212 amp. I paid $250 for each. Both made in the USA and are top quality pieces.

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              • #67
                I'm saving for one of these. Once my guit fund gets over 2500 or so, let the hunt begin.



                Live Rig:
                Gretsch Tenny and Gibson SG Classic -> Some neat effects -> Peavey Classic 50 410 and/or Marshall JTM60 310
                Need an exceptionally cheap sound guy in the general Western Pennsylvania area? PM Me.
                Do you like Free Candy? Yeah? Then like my band!
                Had a good trade/transaction/deal? Click here to tell HCEG about it!
                Proud to be 1st Lieutenant in the SG Army Special Forces

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                • #68
                  I'm saving for one of these. Once my guit fund gets over 2500 or so, let the hunt begin.



                  Live Rig:
                  Gretsch Tenny and Gibson SG Classic -> Some neat effects -> Peavey Classic 50 410 and/or Marshall JTM60 310
                  Need an exceptionally cheap sound guy in the general Western Pennsylvania area? PM Me.
                  Do you like Free Candy? Yeah? Then like my band!
                  Had a good trade/transaction/deal? Click here to tell HCEG about it!
                  Proud to be 1st Lieutenant in the SG Army Special Forces

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                  • #69
                    I still like my Line 6 Spider II 212 amp.



                    "old" school modelling ftw.
                    LIVESTRONGwww.bandmix.com/kevman/Hey what happened? I had 5000+ posts here.

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                    • #70
                      I still like my Line 6 Spider II 212 amp.



                      "old" school modelling ftw.
                      LIVESTRONGwww.bandmix.com/kevman/Hey what happened? I had 5000+ posts here.

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                      • #71
                        Hipshot tuners and bridges are another unpopular product I'm a big fan of. I've got 2 strats loaded with their us contour tremolo and 4 guitars with GLO locking tuners.

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                        • #72
                          Hipshot tuners and bridges are another unpopular product I'm a big fan of. I've got 2 strats loaded with their us contour tremolo and 4 guitars with GLO locking tuners.

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                          • #73






                            Quote Originally Posted by sbeirnes
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                            I freakin' love US built Peavey guitars. I also love Transtube SS Peavey guitar amps. Used you can buy a full on pro level rig (guitar and amp) for under $500.



                            My main giggling rig is a Peavey Firenza guitar and a Peavey Special 212 amp. I paid $250 for each. Both made in the USA and are top quality pieces.




                            It blows my mind how under appreciated the Peavey stuff is. I was recently gifted a couple cheap basses and with it, a Peavey practice amp. Tiny little old bass amp. Turned out to have a killer old school bass tone (think 70's southern rock) that was super easy to record. I was going to pass it on to the first person I found starting to learn bass, but I think it will stick around for the recording stuff I do.



                            Not a SS (though I have experience with some, and they are killer too), my 89-91 Classic 50 410 is such a good workhorse amp. I got it a year or so ago, and recently had it gone over and retubed. The thing is just killer. I'd have to spend a lot of money to get an amp as good or versatile as it. As big as it is, it is relatively light too, so that's a bonus. It is significantly lighter than my bud's Fender Deville 410.



                            That same friend has a Peavey T60 that I have done some setup and repair work on. What a monster player.
                            Live Rig:
                            Gretsch Tenny and Gibson SG Classic -> Some neat effects -> Peavey Classic 50 410 and/or Marshall JTM60 310
                            Need an exceptionally cheap sound guy in the general Western Pennsylvania area? PM Me.
                            Do you like Free Candy? Yeah? Then like my band!
                            Had a good trade/transaction/deal? Click here to tell HCEG about it!
                            Proud to be 1st Lieutenant in the SG Army Special Forces

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                            • #74






                              Quote Originally Posted by sbeirnes
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                              I freakin' love US built Peavey guitars. I also love Transtube SS Peavey guitar amps. Used you can buy a full on pro level rig (guitar and amp) for under $500.



                              My main giggling rig is a Peavey Firenza guitar and a Peavey Special 212 amp. I paid $250 for each. Both made in the USA and are top quality pieces.




                              It blows my mind how under appreciated the Peavey stuff is. I was recently gifted a couple cheap basses and with it, a Peavey practice amp. Tiny little old bass amp. Turned out to have a killer old school bass tone (think 70's southern rock) that was super easy to record. I was going to pass it on to the first person I found starting to learn bass, but I think it will stick around for the recording stuff I do.



                              Not a SS (though I have experience with some, and they are killer too), my 89-91 Classic 50 410 is such a good workhorse amp. I got it a year or so ago, and recently had it gone over and retubed. The thing is just killer. I'd have to spend a lot of money to get an amp as good or versatile as it. As big as it is, it is relatively light too, so that's a bonus. It is significantly lighter than my bud's Fender Deville 410.



                              That same friend has a Peavey T60 that I have done some setup and repair work on. What a monster player.
                              Live Rig:
                              Gretsch Tenny and Gibson SG Classic -> Some neat effects -> Peavey Classic 50 410 and/or Marshall JTM60 310
                              Need an exceptionally cheap sound guy in the general Western Pennsylvania area? PM Me.
                              Do you like Free Candy? Yeah? Then like my band!
                              Had a good trade/transaction/deal? Click here to tell HCEG about it!
                              Proud to be 1st Lieutenant in the SG Army Special Forces

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                              • #75
                                Anything that Peavey made in Mississippi. The old powered mixers and SP1 ans SP2s, the amps, throw um off a train and they'll still work perfectly.

                                TXXs, a deadlier club tha Keefs Tele. Same for the basses, and they sound great.

                                If you ever had any of that stuff and got rid of it you were foolish.

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