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[guitardude] Saturday, August 16, 2008 9:42:53 AM 
If the tone has stuck to you like that,try a little rubbing alcohol!!!lol!  If you liked the tone that much,that`s your amp. All this time later and you still think about it, sounds like that your choice is made. The MG`s have a good thick tone,very tube like. get it and go for it!! When you need to upgrade,you`ll know what you`re expectations are from an amp. The Line6 stuff is good also,but I think I would go for the Marshall,since it`s "stuck to you" and all!!
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[Judas Deth] Friday, August 15, 2008 11:31:47 PM 
i played through combo version when i was at guitar centre purchasing my RR3 back in march and the tone still sticks to me lol. I'm hopefully getting a new amp next april for my birthday but im not quite 100% sure on what i want to get. its either the Line 6 Spider III 75, or that Marshall half stack.
[TIMBONI] Friday, August 15, 2008 9:07:34 PM 
Good lord that thing has a lot of knobs for a Marshall !
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[guitardude] Friday, August 15, 2008 5:48:57 PM 
 The MG series is solid state,popular line,a little noisy(hiss) when cranked,but they are a good amp for the practicing musician. I`d take one!!
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[Judas Deth] Friday, August 15, 2008 1:54:39 PM 
That marshall half stack wasn't 500 it is 600 and i found it again here's the link
http://www.guitarcenter.com/Marshall-MG100HDFX-MG412-Half-Stack-with-Digital-Effects-482805-i1145907.gc
[guidogodoy] Tuesday, August 12, 2008 10:25:10 PM 
The work on Glenn's new guitar continues:

guitarguru.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/08/index.html
[Judas Deth] Tuesday, August 12, 2008 2:22:36 PM 

i just looked on guitarcentre.com and they dont have it anymore and yes it was a solid state.

[TIMBONI] Monday, August 11, 2008 12:15:55 AM 
That is good if it's tube.  I got lucky.  When I was in the market, I found a music store clerk who needed the cash and let his mid '70s 50 watt half stack go for $350.  He locked the store up and we went to his house.  Cash and carry of course, but that amp kicked ass.  I used to run it in stereo with my Carvin 100 watt through my Boss ME-5.  Tough set up, but it was worth it.  I was the only guitartist, but it sounded  like there was two of us because the sounds were so different.
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[guitardude] Friday, August 08, 2008 1:13:15 PM 
You`re probably checking out a solid state model,they can be had fairly cheap. A true tube amp will set you back a couple of mortgages!!
Look at Krank,they have two mini combo`s that can be had in half stack configurations,their newest one has an expanded EQ section,but they are still not cheap!!
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[Judas Deth] Friday, August 08, 2008 9:57:06 AM 
lol i saw one at guitar centre for $500.
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[TIMBONI] Thursday, August 07, 2008 8:40:34 PM 
When was the "cheap Marshall half stack" invented ?   
  [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Judas Deth from Thursday, August 07, 2008 7:37:56 PM)
[Judas Deth] Thursday, August 07, 2008 7:37:56 PM 
i'm looking at getting a new amp sometime next spring and im thinking about getting either a 75 watt line 6 spider 3 or maybe a cheap marshall half stack but im not sure.
[guitardude] Thursday, August 07, 2008 5:54:58 PM 
I have had the older Boss OD-1 and the DS-1 in the past and loved them. And thanks to a very generous fellow board member here,I have the DS-1 again.  Been a Boss guy for a long time,not that I think they are superior,but they are readily available and consistently good.  I use my DS-1 thru my son`s Fender G-Dec Jr. amp ,and combined with the internal overdrive in the 80`s British mode,it`s a great tone for all era`s of metal.   [Show/Hide Quoted Message] (Quoting Message by Judas Deth from Thursday, August 07, 2008 3:20:45 PM)
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[Judas Deth] Thursday, August 07, 2008 3:20:45 PM 
i use a small peavey combo amp and i use a Boss Super Overdrive SD-1 in series with a Boss Distortion DS-1 on the clean channel and it sounds pretty good its probably the best tone i can get at the moment. My amp doesn't have a built-in overdrive or distortion.
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[TIMBONI] Friday, August 01, 2008 8:21:01 PM 
I used Carvin exclusively back in '87-'88.  They were an awsome company with great equipment and an even greater amount of integrity and commitment to quality.  I loved their speaker cabinets.  At the time, they were the only affordable option for fully enclosed cabs with big speakers ( 4x12 ).  The bass knock out of those were incredible.
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[guitardude] Friday, August 01, 2008 2:13:01 PM 
S.Leads
Didn`t you post a pic of your stuff once,I seem to recall seeing one and you mentioned how great the V3 is far Vintage Priest!
I love Carvin`s stuff,had a little bad luck with an order from them a while back,but wasn`t their fault,more of a UPS thing.
I know the vintage 30`s are a good speaker,I had  the Carvin British series in my Marshall cabs,put them in in the late 90`s.  My favorite Celestion is a discontinued model... the Cloth Edge Sidewinders, used another guys cabs once and he had these in there ...my god I have never heard a speaker breathe like that,man it was thick with a truly amazing top end.
The Legacy has a very glassy clean tone,good for old Van Halen stuff.
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[screaming_leads] Friday, August 01, 2008 12:00:32 AM 
guitar dude. The Roland is quite good. I spent years looking for a good clean channel and something that I could scream the hell out of for a lead channel. I love the hell out of my Carvin Legacy and V3 amp heads running through Vintage 30 speakers. The Legacy is my main rig but the V3 is better for really dirty harsh nue metal. When I play live, sound guys love me. My setup cuts through the mix, maintains low end and is very easy for them to work with.
[Phantom A6] Thursday, July 31, 2008 1:54:02 PM 
Correct. And I like to "surprised" the clean channel with
a Overdrive and/or a Distortion Pedal.
The combination of my Boss OD-1 Overdrive or my OD-2 Turbo Overdrive and my Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal Distortion Pedals is awesome.
[guitardude] Tuesday, July 29, 2008 1:41:41 PM 
That Roland is an awesome amp,it is the benchmark to which all clean sounds are judged!! many artist use these for their clean tones,and when driven,sound nice and chunky!!
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[Phantom A6] Monday, July 28, 2008 2:09:05 PM 
My Amp is the Roland JC-120 Jazz Chorus.
With the legendary OD-1 Overdrive and CE-2 Chorus
in. Today I was on ebay. A DigiTech Distortion, the 
"Hod Head" was mine. Next week a heavy metal thunder
blown through my rooms.
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