#1
Hi guys, I would like to buy an electric guitar combo should fit Blink 182 and Sum 41 music. I would appreciate if someone can suggest me some cool amp and pedals. Thinking about the VOX AC30 c2, I dont know is it good. Thks for the help!
#2
sum41 uses a slo.

i'm pretty sure blink is a jcm800.
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#3
jcm800 should cover it
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#4
Blink would be either a Triple Rectifier or a JCM-900.

I know currently Tom Delonge uses a Vox AC30H2 for distortion and a Fender '65 Twin Reverb Amplifier for Clean during their live sets.
#5
Tom used a Mesa triple rectifier on Enema of the State and Take off your Pants and jackit. Nowadays he uses a Vox AC30.

The Mesa should be able to get a Sum-41 tone really well. So If I were you I'd go for a Mesa Rectifier, but they are expensive.
#6
Tom used both the Triple Rectifier and JCM 900 which is stupid haha.
But either should definitely cover it.
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Quote by huskyplayer
Blink would be either a Triple Rectifier or a JCM-900.

I know currently Tom Delonge uses a Vox AC30H2 for distortion and a Fender '65 Twin Reverb Amplifier for Clean during their live sets.


I just dont get it, VOX AC30 is a combo and it is small. How could he use that for the live of many people. And the VOX does not have built in dostortion, should I get the pedals?
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Quote by psp_portableboy
I just dont get it, VOX AC30 is a combo and it is small. How could he use that for the live of many people. And the VOX does not have built in dostortion, should I get the pedals?

Go play an ac30.
#10
Quote by Oldmonkeys
Vox AC30 is small, but the pa that its mic'd through for big gigs is usually not small.

Honestly JCM 900/800 or a Recto will do exactly what you want.


Which effects and cab should I get for the JCM800? Maybe 4x12 or 2x12. I am just afraid 4x12 is too loud @.@ thks a lot
#11
Quote by psp_portableboy
I just dont get it, VOX AC30 is a combo and it is small. How could he use that for the live of many people. And the VOX does not have built in dostortion, should I get the pedals?

lol
#12
Quote by psp_portableboy
Which effects and cab should I get for the JCM800? Maybe 4x12 or 2x12. I am just afraid 4x12 is too loud @.@ thks a lot


Same volume. One is just physically bigger.
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#13
A JCM900 will do it remarkably well. We played a couple of Blink182 songs and my rhythm guitarist had an unmodded JCM900 4102 and it sounded pretty damn good. Punky stuff is what it does well, that's it, but it does do it well. And they can be snapped up dirt cheap because, well, how many punks are there really?
Score yourself a JCM900 SL/X and you'll have a great tone for the genre but also have that little extra others don't have. The SL/X is harder to find cheap but worth looking for.
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