Can't believe I did it but...

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).
williebee
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Nothing say Rock & Roll like a double stack of Marshalls. (told my wife they're his & hers stacks)
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two JCM800s? (one with the dual channel/reverb thing and the other one a regular one?...with knobs and the plexiglass thing there changed)
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oh dude!!, thats fuckin cool. I'm jealous :lol:
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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.
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i feel sad now :(
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That's a huge amount of sound :shock:

GREAT!!!
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Jesus, You don't need that much power.
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IbanezGRX wrote:Jesus, You don't need that much power.
pssh not such thing as too much power :twisted:

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Jesus, You don't need that much power.

thats like saying girls dont need big boobs!
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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. :twisted:
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those would look great in my livingroom.
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Ehh, I think Marshall's are overrated, great tone but not enough power. Fenders, now those things can crank.
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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? 8)

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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 :D As it should be.
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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? 8)

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:D :D :D :D Not Jen, But she's real cool. (Been dealing with me for 28 years)
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