#1
is there any correspondence between guitars and amps? for example if i were to buy an epiphone sheraton II, would there be a certain amp that would sound good with it? and if so, why? i currently have a behringer ULTRATWIN GX210 and a junky ibanez guitar but i can't seem to get a good distortion sound out of it...
#3
Yea, there is a best amp for a certain guitar. Its the one you think sounds best with the guitar you have. Simple as that.
#4
yeah, just experiment. go into a guitar shop and if try some of the amps. it all depends on what kind of sound you want.
#5
another question...if i get an effects pedal, does it really matter how the amp sounds? cuz the effect will be going through the pedal correct? (i'm an equipment noob)
#6
^Yeah, some can suck most of your tone.
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#7
Well.... my PRS's sound AWESOME plugged into my Dual rec half stack... IMO
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Ibanez acoustic
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#8
rickenbacker=vox
les pauls=marshall
fender guitars=fender amps

^those guitars all sound awsome with those amps
#10
Quote by Gibson_Rocker
rickenbacker=vox
les pauls=marshall
fender guitars=fender amps

^those guitars all sound awsome with those amps



fender+marshall and gretsch + vox are great, generic combos too.
#11
Quote by colin617
fender+marshall and gretsch + vox are great, generic combos too.

And Ric's and Fender amps