9 212 Cabs. 2 Speakers.

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  1. mtm105

    mtm105 Well-Known Member

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    And 2 dummy heads.

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    Looks sort of cheap trick like
     
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    I surrender.
     
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    looks like 8 dummy cab's...
     
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    technically, they're only dumb until the switch is thrown on.
     
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    Rick had awesome tone in the 70's with his Marshalls, and 18 years ago when he was playing the (now defunct) Gibson Super Goldtone amps. Not sure what he's done with these Fuchs amps, but he sounds way too distorted and compressed compare to his earlier tone. As always, his color schemes will catch your attention.
     
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    I dont fallow them much i was just guessing it looks flashy like something he would use.

    Sorry for my dumb post
     
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    Off stage is a pair Mr. Nielsen’s original 70’s Deluxe Reverbs. As memory serves they were modded by Paul Rivera, by taking the heads out of the combo chassis and putting them into a roll-around rack.

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