Members BlackCat Posted May 29, 2010 Members Share Posted May 29, 2010 That was a really fun show. This was my first Horton Heat show and I was not disappointed. They covered most of their old favorites plus a few new songs. Jim Heath was playing one of his production line signature guitars through what I think was a silverface Super Reverb. I didn't notice what kind of amp Jimbo Wallace was using but he had one of those beautiful King basses through two 2x15 and two 4x10 cabinets. It sounded almighty. I've been trying to get my bass player to transition onto stand up but he keeps telling me you can't use a stand up bass for rock. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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