|08-12-2012, 08:10 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2011
I know the haze has taken a fair bit of criticism on this forum, but I really dig the amp and have had only a few minor problems with the amp. My band covers classic rock, R&B, country and soul. We gigged last night and a guy came up to me on a break and said "I really dig the tones you're getting. What amp are you using?" I told him I was playing a les paul deluxe with minibuckers through the haze 40. He was surprised that the haze could cover that much ground. He is not the first to comment on the good tone the haze produces.
|08-12-2012, 09:16 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Glens Falls ,NY
Re: Haze Versatility
I just got myself one! So far I like it! I am still trying to get a good tone on the overdrive channel. I am close! What setting do you use? I tried boosting it with my EQ pedal and it works good. I hate to say it but I really think putting in a PPIV will bring this baby to life. 40 watts is still loud. I did clip the C73 and it took the muddiness out. Much better. Also what tube are the best for it? I was told Tungsols were a good choice. Overall a great amp ,great effects and it looks cool too!
2 Ibanez Destroyers
SX Les Paul Copy
SX SG Copy
Strat homemade kit
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Marshall DSL50 2002
Marshall JCM800 1980's 1936 cab
Marshall Haze 40
Bugera 1960 Modded (Mercury Magnetics Marshall transformer , PPIV) jj tubes!
Bugera 1960 2x12 cab
Homemade ISOcab-Celestion Rocket50
Digitech Chorus, Delay ,Reverb
Tru bypass pedal