#1
my first spam thread

so, last night i opened for a big blues band and they all let us use their amps.my bassist even playd the gig with the guys Music man Stingray bass, that was soooo cool.

but, the cool thing i expirienced was playing a mutha****in' Fender Twin Reverb

it sounded spectacular, but the EQing was preety ****.the guy didnt know how to EQ it and he didnt want anyone touching it.

the thing i didnt like was that it had a kinda crunch in teh clean channel, i guess it was the tubes breaking up, and i dunnu i didnt like that sort of crunch while playing clean.

the effects i used with it were the guys effects, All boss-Flanger, chorus, Ds-1, Compression/sustainer, and delay.they sounded really good and i cant belive how i ****ing good i sounded!!!

sorry for the spam, i just had to share this

yay!
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#3
Cool... I almost bought a Fender Hot Rod Deville off eBay for like $200 but somone outbid me...
#4
oh i almost forgot, another cool thing is that when he switched the amp to on you could see the tubes lighting up in blue(the back was open) it was awsome
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#5
How loud were you guys playing? Twin's are incredibly hard to break up.
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oh i almost forgot, another cool thing is that when he switched the amp to on you could see the tubes lighting up in blue(the back was open) it was awsome


Isn't blue like a bad sign? I'm not sure.. My BJ's tubes glow yellow/orange

And congrats! I bet you had a blast
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#8
I like twin reverbs at college, there is one for the students (like me ) to use, but since everyone else is a metalhead they say "that amp sucks" because it doesn't distort easily and even then its more power-amp drive.
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#9
Congrats man! What amp do you usually play through?

Tubes glowing blue is perfectly normal

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#10
im usually playing through an Ibanez 25 watt tone blaster amp

and we were playing preety loud man, even tough it was miced
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How loud were you guys playing? Twin's are incredibly hard to break up.

yeah, that's kinda weird. sure it was a twin?
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yeah, that's kinda weird. sure it was a twin?


wait, it might have been on the gain channel on really low gain, i dunnu, i havent looked at the knobs much, all i noticed was the footswitch was waving a green light.

and it said on it "Fender Twin Reverb" so im preety sure
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#13
well the twin reverb doesn't have a gain channel, and the footswitch only controls the reverb and tremolo.

i think you might've been playing through a different fender.
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=D Another Israeli who loves JF and RHCP..

gz for u.. and where ur band shows?

the best I ever played was a Standard Mexican Strat with Fender Hot Rod Deluxe :P
wich actually, sounded pretty like my Fernandes Telecaster and Marshall MG15 >_<
#15
I played one yesterday at my local music store when I was trying out phase pedals. It was godly, I also tried a Vibro-Verb, amazing amp as well
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well the twin reverb doesn't have a gain channel, and the footswitch only controls the reverb and tremolo.

i think you might've been playing through a different fender.


Well, it could have been an early 80's Twin; they've got master volumes and whatnot.
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ah good point, wasn't aware of that.
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