#1
...first tube amp that you ever played.

I lost my tuberigity to a Valveking at GC.
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Lost my tubergity to a Valveking.
#2
Fender Hot Rod Deville 210
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#3
an old modded jcm800, it set the standards high.
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#4
Marshall JVM
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That's about it.
#6
Hot Rod Deluxe... I'm pretty sure anyways. Either that or a VK or a crate palomino
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#7
Marshall JMP-1 Tube Pre-amp with Mesa Boogie 300W Bass power amp combined with tons of rack FX.
The owner wasn't there though so I didn't mess with any settings but it sounded well nice.
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#10
A vintage Sears tube amp from the 40s I think. Then followed by a Genz Benz el diablo 60, then a Fender Twin reverb.
#11
Ibanez Valbee, a small 5w tube amp.
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#12
An old Trace Elliot Tramp Tube. Awesome sounding thing. British tone but reaches high gain territory. Good cleans too. It's like an early Stiletto.
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#13
my valveking- changed everything for me
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Jackson DK2t
Carvin DC127
ValveKing 100 head
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1960a Marshal 4x12
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#15
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An old Trace Elliot Tramp Tube. Awesome sounding thing. British tone but reaches high gain territory. Good cleans too. It's like an early Stiletto.


same here

i ended up buying it a year later



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#16
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same here

i ended up buying it a year later
Awesome!

Unfortunately, the one I tried belongs to my school, and it's broke at the moment.

But still awesome!
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#18
My first tube amp I played with was a Mesa...


I wasn't too sure on the model, but it was nice.
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#19
jcm800
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Guitars:
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Amp:
Marshall TSL100
EVH 5150III EL-34 50w
Marshall 1960a cab

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Boss Super Chorus
Bogner Uberschall
Ibanez DE7 Delay
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#20
Peavey Valveking was the first one I played. It was a lot nicer sounding than my practise amp and I remember being really impressed...then I got my Orange ^___^

Funny how your ear develops isn't it.
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Sovtek Small Stone - c.1985
EHX Big Muff
Kimbara Wah - c.1974
Boss GE-7

Orange Rocker 30 Combo

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#22
An ENGL man I've been wanting one since, beautiful amps.
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#23
fender hotrod deluxe.
Ltd EC-400
Ibanez GRX40
Yamaha FD02
M-Audio Black Box
Marshall MG15CDR
#24
Some sort of Crate, a V50? Idk, that was a while ago.

I instantly knew it sounded better, then some sales guy tried to get me to buy an AVT, I laughed at him and his pre-amp tube.
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#26
12 watt fender amp. It was about 40 years old...one of them amps built to not have any breakup no matter how high the volume went.
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#27
I think it was a DSL401 although I didn't realise it at the time. I didn't even know what tubes were :s
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PRS Singlecut SE
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Ibanez AEG10NT
Orange Rocker 30
Blackstar HT5C
#29
my friend's vintage ampeg gemini I. wow that thing needs a retube badly...
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Mesa/Boogie Mark IV + Recto 2x12
Keeley Modded BD-2
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#30
Twin Reverb, Mark IIC+ was the second. I will never play a better amp than the IIC+...
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#31
Hmmm probably when I played "keybass" through a really old flip-top Ampeg when I was recording for school band in Nashville. Guitar-wise, it was probably an Epi Valve Standard I think.
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#33
My dads 1965 Rex Bassking point to point made in Brisbane, Australia(it has almost identical circuitry to the fender Bassman, which was a copy of the Marshall JTM45(i believe)
#34
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My dads 1965 Rex Bassking point to point made in Brisbane, Australia(it has almost identical circuitry to the fender Bassman, which was a copy of the Marshall JTM45(i believe)

actually, the jtm-45 was a bassman type copy.

and my first was probably a crate palomino or a hot rod deluxe. cant remember though.
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#35
My first amp was a 1960ish Kay tube combo with a 10" speaker. It was probably 8-10 watts. There weren't many ss amps in that time period. Starter amps were predominately tubes. I wish I had kept it. Back when I got it I wouldn't have known a good sounding amp if it bit me in the ***.
#36
A Peavey Valveking i think - a tube Peavey anyways. A friend brought one over ( his dad's amp ) and I aksed if I could play it. I never knew it was tube but was pretty sure it was when I heard the dynamic range it had. I'm happy with SS though.
#37
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actually, the jtm-45 was a bassman type copy.

and my first was probably a crate palomino or a hot rod deluxe. cant remember though.


Oh, i see.
#38
I think it was a pevery classic 50... my guitar teachers..
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#39
Peavey 6505 on a 5150 cab.
im glad i got rich friends. . .
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
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