Currently Being ModeratedDec 9, 2009 6:57 AM (in response to Karl_Houseknecht)Re: Nomination for the most afflicted on this board
man I wish I had been through as many women as you've had guitar amps. I'd officially be a womanizer lol
anyway good skills on getting a great rig. i think with the review we're going to have to demand (lol) a video! with some direct recordings from the AXE!
Currently Being ModeratedDec 9, 2009 8:37 AM (in response to Karl_Houseknecht)Re: Nomination for the most afflicted on this board
You've got my vote!
Currently Being ModeratedDec 15, 2009 7:09 AM (in response to Karl_Houseknecht)Re: Nomination for the most afflicted on this board
So I picked up a pair of EV 15" PA speakers to use instead of my 412. HUGE improvement, even over what was already sounding good. Now I have the Axe cab models at my disposal, and I've found a couple of ones that I really like, but will probably stick with just one, the JCM2000 cab, for the sake of having a slightly more consistant sound across gain levels. More like having a multichannel amp and not bouncing around tone-wise too much. The Axe cab models seem to complete the equation. I have really nice bounce and feel. Feels like a tube amp. I was able to duplicate the crunch channel from my TSL, and I really can't tell the difference unless I'm actually looking at the unit and know it isn't a Marshall. Found some really nice high gain rhythm using the CAE 3+ Lead model, and the recto is a recto. I still have some work to do in making custom cables for my expression pedals, but I should have that done today.
My Avatar 412 is going on Craigslist. I have no need for it anymore. My on stage sound is now the exact same thing coming from the FOH.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 20, 2011 8:59 PM (in response to Karl_Houseknecht)Re: Nomination for the most afflicted on this board
"when i grow up i wanna be you!!!" LOL that's one serious rig i really wish to have soon!!! (saving up for that one.)