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  • Is there anything with 3 channels (1) Fender clean-like (2) High gain Marshall that is open and articulated great for classic metal and hard rock but cleans up nicely (3) A lead channel with thickness and sustain... and don't forget the FX loop.
    Who took my guitar?

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    • Originally posted by IMENATOR View Post
      Is there anything with 3 channels (1) Fender clean-like (2) High gain Marshall that is open and articulated great for classic metal and hard rock but cleans up nicely (3) A lead channel with thickness and sustain... and don't forget the FX loop.
      There are several amps available that can meet those needs. I will list a few.

      Mesa Mark V
      Mesa Triple Crown
      Diezel Hagan
      Diezel VH4
      Diezel Herbert
      Bogner Helios Eclipse
      Bogner XTC
      Revv Generator 120 MK III
      Suhr PT 100
      The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side.

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        The things that you wanted
        I bought them for you

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        • I can’t believe I’m saying this, but my one sound would be my Super, volume around 6, bass and mids up to where it starts to break up, treble around 4, bright off.

          Last Sunday, a friend of mine who’s played one for decades brought over some tubes, swapped out a few, and showed me how to set it properly, and I’m sold.
          "Patience is key. Hard work is obligatory. And itís the decisions you make right now, not the habits of the past, that will shape your success in the future." - Janek Gwizdala

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          • i said a pro reverb. i could get through all my gigs with that amp and maybe an attenuator to knock the volume down for smaller places. super isnt that much different

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            • A silverface Pro Reverb is one of my favorite amps.
              Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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              • i prefer the bf but there isnt that much difference. i expected a bf pro reverb to be my next amp, turns out it was a 5f2 clone, but im still getting the old pro reverb

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                • Mesa Triple Crown

                  This is the first amp I’ve had that can authentically pull off both old school and new school sounds. I feel like I could play any era and not feel like I’m trying to force a square peg in a round hole.
                  || Guitar | Wah | Vibe | Amp ||

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                  • Originally posted by some_dude View Post
                    Mesa Triple Crown

                    This is the first amp I’ve had that can authentically pull off both old school and new school sounds. I feel like I could play any era and not feel like I’m trying to force a square peg in a round hole.
                    Great amp! I have the 100 and love it.
                    The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side.

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                    • Originally posted by jeremy View Post
                      i prefer the bf but there isnt that much difference. i expected a bf pro reverb to be my next amp, turns out it was a 5f2 clone, but im still getting the old pro reverb
                      I never looked at the difference between the bf and sf Pro Reverbs, but I always thought they were more alike than not. I've never tried a bf one.
                      Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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                      • as with most fenders of that era, the early sf ones are pretty close to bf. as the years go on and cbs adds stuff they usually get a little brighter, thinner, cleaner, and in some cases louder

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                        • Originally posted by JMP/HBE View Post
                          This might be one of the most passively disrespectful posts I've ever seen. It just screams, "I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU POSTED!!! I'M HERE TO TALK ABOUT ME!"

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                          • Originally posted by jeremy View Post
                            as with most fenders of that era, the early sf ones are pretty close to bf. as the years go on and cbs adds stuff they usually get a little brighter, thinner, cleaner, and in some cases louder
                            I've never tried the newer 1x12 silverface 68 Custom Pro Reverb. I know it is essentially a different amp, but the specs look good.
                            Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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                            • i havent either. i bet it sounds pretty good but maybe not like an old one

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                              • S L O !
                                From clean to mean and no gain pedals are need with Soldano amps , even with singe coil pickups .

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