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  1. The reason I don't care for modelers is exactly because they sound mic'd, I want the source.
  2. I bought some Mullard reissues from viva tubes and none of them are microphonic and they're in a high gain amp.
  3. Do you guys think Jimi would still be a rocker or would he have went into jazz or traditional blues?
  4. I had the Ampeg v1001 or whatever it was called. I got rid of it pretty much right away. It was also the quietest 100 watt amp I've ever heard, I mean I had to crank it almost all the way up to play with a drummer.
  5. I had this big heavy Peavey Heritage 2x12 that sounded awful (tube power section SS pre-amp lol) but it had a whole bunch of knobs to dink with, too bad none of them could make the thing sound good. I bought a Marshall jcm 800 after that, vast improvement.
  6. It's very possible to get some satisfying high gain sounds with the right combo of pedals. The trick is to run the amp clean then get yourself a EHX metal muff or similar pedal that can be your meat and potatoes high gain rhythm sound then use your SD-1 for your solo boost. Adding a noise reduction pedal like a ISP decimator can help noise from getting out of control. You'd be surprised how many guys use a setup like this.
  7. My tuner sounds amazing!
  8. I have a 100 watt version, it's great! Highly recommended.
  9. I break my girlfriends G string all the time!
  10. Definitely the one where people are eating and washing dishes in the background!
  11. As a guitar player I would say that 50 watts of solid state power is fine for practice but most PA systems are much more powerful than that. So if you are running your e-drums into a larger system and just using your amp as a monitor then you're probably okay. If you're trying to really move some air then more is always better.
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