Chris Reynolds...Nashvegas TN
CR Guitar Demos
More guitars than I can afford!
#1 fan of Doug "DA MAN" Sewell!!
Fender Standard Stratocaster, PRS CE24, PRS SE Santana, Carvin Custom DC127, Gibson Les Paul Studio, Ovation Balladear
Mesa Boogie LoneStar Special w/12" ext cab, Egnater Tweaker 15
I want a 25lb PRS combo. THAT would be heavenly.
I just got this, Splawn Super Sport:
22 watts but it's got a good master. Nice clean with lots of headroom and 2 gears of overdrive and a boost.
Also, I really dig the Marshall SL-5 for home playing. It's almost as big and heavy as the Splawn but for low volume playing it's great if you dig the basic sound as it's not as versatile. 5 watts is barely enough volume to get over a light handed drummer, but for just jamming or recording alone it's fine. The 1 watt setting on the Marshall does darken the tone quite a bit but if you bump the treble and presence you can get usable tones.
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PRS Guitars - PS #4344 SC245, PS #4343 DC245, Ted SC245 Willcutt's WL Limited, Brent Mason Signature, 408 Standard Korina Wood Library
PRS Amps - HX/DA
I've been looking at small tube heads and combos, and decided to go with an H&K Tubemeister 18 head and H&K 1-12 cab. I have another 1-12 cab (a Blackstar) which I can leave at my drummer's house, and only have to carry the head (in its own little padded bag). My back will love it.
Last edited by Paul L; 09-01-2013 at 02:50 AM.
Thank you guys. Any thoughts about matchless baby, carr mercury or dr. Maz8?
thk you very much for the prior suggestions
The Egnater Rebel 20 is another nice low wattage amp. Adjustable from 1-20 watts...
I recently got a Lazy J 20 fully loaded with attenuation, reverb and tremolo and this is the best amp I have played through for home and small gigs/rehearsal