What's Your Go To Amp At Home

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  1. Gutch220

    Gutch220 Well-Known Member

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    When I think of churches, I think of all different kinds of groups coming and going all days of the week.
     
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    And the amp is in plain sight, or in an unlocked room just asking for something to happen! (At least in the church I used to attend) :h5:
     
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    I used to work at a High School and they had church services in the auditorium every Sunday. I didn't realize the school rented it out because they always packed up everything and hauled it all off after services. During the summer they got lazy and just left their gear setup because there was no school. I came in there one day and there was an amp I had been wanting to try out (can't remember what it was) all plugged in and ready to go with a shiny new Strat connected to it. Me being the professional kind of guy I am I didn't touch it but wanted too... not sure if anyone else did. I was all by myself in that part of the school. Could have cranked it loud and no one would have heard.
     
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    Peavey vypyr
     
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    The full stack on the right, with my favorite vintage pedals.


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  6. Mitchell Pearrow

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    I like all my amps and each is a joy when not played for a while.

    Blues junior
    Jvm 205v
    Dsl5 cr
     
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  9. Blackeyes

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    Mines either my Fortin modded Cali++JMP or a Todd Langner modded Marshall, I seem to go to those 2 most of the time, the Fortin JMP is better more for heavy rhythm work, and the Langner JCM800 has the best lead tone Ive ever heard. I have a Friedman modded kitchen sink Plexi and its great, but it usually takes a back seat to those 2.
     
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    Drool worthy:agreed:
     
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    I really like this saying,....and it’s literally true! :cool:
     
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    I still drool when I walk in the room.
     
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    I had a pristine TSL 100 ½ stack stolen from a church. They had an equipment lock up closet, but...

    The wedding coordinator also locked her stuff in there. During a wedding, she rolled my amp out (to get something) & it was sitting in the foyer when people started coming/going...

    Never saw it again. Insurance covered it though, so it worked out for me. They paid the full amount new that I paid for it.
     
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    My brother you are quite lucky, my dealings with insurance company’s is not so good
     
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    A Blackstar HT-20. Sounds good at low volumes, but a little boxy at high volumes. Looking to maybe change to a DSL20H.
     
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