The name says it all! Discuss Steve's studios, your studios and gear set-ups, amps and effects here. This is not for discussing guitars (Steve's or otherwise).
The dual channel is a year 1988 50 watt and the single is a 100 watt from 1983. The 100 watt when I got it was missing the upper panel and had the chicken head knobs. I did the plexiglass as a temporary fix to protect it untill I get around to doing the right thing but as time goes on I kind of like the plexi thing. They both crank and sound freakin great.
The one marshall is a 50 watt and the other is a 100. Not so much about power as it is warmth. Besides I'm not playing too many big venues but when I do I got it covered. Most of the time I run with a half stack or two cabs side by side and always have a spare head. Your right, don't need - But I want.
These puppies work fine for me. Again it's a what ever works for you world. Fender makes some killer amps, no doubt, In fact the first Marshall was basically a copy, circuit wise, of a Fender Bassman. Today you have so much to choose from, but what can your pocket deal with. I'd love to have a Budda, Bogner, Cornford ect... but what I get as far as sound and what my pocket says I can do, this is me. I'm happy As it should be.
Moderator777 wrote:I'm still confused at which one is the chick stack? Both look manly and full of balls to me. Who's your wife? Jennifer Batten?
Not Jen, But she's real cool. (Been dealing with me for 28 years)