#1
Hey guys just wandering what should be my next piece of gear

im am a vivid machine head fan, and love their guitar tone, so i am going for a similar rig to them, the question is what first?

5150 with marshall 1960 cab
or
demmelition king v/ epiphone love death

for my current gear please check my sig

whislt im on the subject what are your thoughts of the love death epiphone? will it be better then phill's jackson?

thanks
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#2
5150 will help getting their tone more than the guitars.

1977 Burny FLG70
2004 EBMM JP6
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#4
those 1960's and 5150/6505 go well together?
just curious updating cab myself.
and yeah amp would help much more than guitar.
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#5
yeah there a great pair
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#6
Quote by mrRICHARD911
amps + fingers are more important than guitars for tone

+1
Technique is one of the biggest factors in tone. There's a old vid on YouTube of Dimebag playing through a Marshall MS-2 and his tone is awesome through it.
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#7
Quote by 1jack369
yeah there a great pair


dunno it sure, but the 6505 head sounded too bright through a 1960 cabinet...
but maybe it was just me and my bad EQ
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#8
loads of bands use them, machine head have used them since 92
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#9
okay, i believe you guys ;p
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using nines for drop C# is like stringing the guitar with spaghetti


My Colourful Rig:
ESP M-ii Deluxe
ENGL E570
Mesa/Boogie Simul 295 Stereo
Framus FR212 v30
#10
Quote by Koshman32
+1
Technique is one of the biggest factors in tone. There's a old vid on YouTube of Dimebag playing through a Marshall MS-2 and his tone is awesome through it.

first time I ever hear anyone complimenting his tone.


...allthough I never had anything against it. I thought that was what he wanted, a realllly heavy tone that stands out.
#11
dimes tone wasnt realy anything special IMO, I think it was just cranked amps with no mids
Jackson kvx10
Yamaha erg 121c
BC rich bronze warlock
Nevada strat copy
Peavey bandit 112
#12
I think it was something special, no-one can get this tone now....
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