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Keyboards:

M-Audio Axiom Pro 61-key that I run with Reason 5

Limited Edition Red Korg M50 61-key

Guitars:

Fender '72 Thinline Telecaster RI

Fender Stratocaster (HSS)

Fender Telecaster

Gibson Eye Guitar

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Amp:

Egnater Renegade 212 Combo

Pedals:

Visual Sound h2o - Liquid Chorus & Echo

Visual Sound Route 66 Overdrive/Compression

Boss DD20 Giga Delay

Boss PH-3 Phase Shifter

Boss TU-3 Chromatic Tuner

FX 55C Supra Distortion (LOVE THIS PEDAL)

MXR distortion+

Crybaby Wah

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Sorry for the couple shitty pics, just took them on my phone.

Guitars:
ESP LTD EC1000FM
ESP LTD AC10E
ESP LTD EX CZ
Schecter Damien 7
Epiphone SG G400
Fender American Deluxe Jazz Bass 

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Amp:
Peavey 6505+
Mesa Boogie 4x12 cab

Pedals:
Boss NS-2
Maxon OD808
Boss DD-6 Delay
Boss RV-5 Reverb
ISP Decimator
Dunlop Original Crybaby Wah
Boss TU-15 Tuner

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  • 2 weeks later...

I was just kinda effing around on craigslist and found this:

 

http://detroit.craigslist.org/mcb/msg/3488892218.html

 

For a dude who has never had anything but a little Marshal practice amp, will this be a fun toy? Is buying an amp from 1980 asking for constant repair troubles? Price good?

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I was just kinda effing around on craigslist and found this:

http://detroit.craigslist.org/mcb/msg/3488892218.html

For a dude who has never had anything but a little Marshal practice amp, will this be a fun toy? Is buying an amp from 1980 asking for constant repair troubles? Price good?

I'd steer clear of anything pre 2000's that isn't tube. they just don't sound very good. the Roland jazz chorus might be the only exception.

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pre 2000? there are tons of old vintage ss amps that sounded good. dean markley's, roland, peavey, gretsch, acoustic, yamaha, kustom, etc. really depends on what kind of sound you wanted. certain companies had models that were just excellent. 

 

if i could find a yamaha g100 like i use to have, i'd snag that up in a second. same goes for a old peavey and my tuck n roll kustom. 

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I have an old Marshall solid state that sounds amazing, I would put that up against any current Marshall tube any day. I don't play it often because my main amp is a Fender Hot Rod Deville, that and I tend to only play acoustic these days.

against ANY current Marshall tube? you've obviously never played through a Plexi, pal.

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