#1
Well, I just bought A Gibson Sg 61 Re-issue Clicky , And I was wondering which Amp I should get... I was Thinking Marshall. It Needs To Be Under $2,000. I Play more Rock music than anything, But the occasional Buckethead will pop up. Also..If anyone could Suggest a Great Distortion, Wah, Delay or Chorus Pedal, It would be Lovely. Thanks
#2
id say a mesa because mesa are great for bluesy types of rock and have a great classic rock tone and can still handle music like pantera. if you do get a marshall dont get an MG... if you get an MG dont post threads about it unless you wanna get flamed
#3
you can't go wrong with a vintage marshall: plexi, jcm800, jtm45,silver jubilee etc.

Also maybe a tubescreamer for overdrive and a memoryman for delay?
#4
Maybe a used Marshall JCM800? That'd probably do for you. Or, if you're not really bothered about cleans, the Peavey Windsor is cheaper and is said to be like a hot-rodded JCM800. Alternatively, if you can afford it, maybe an Orange Rocker 30?

Nice guitar, by the way
#5
i think a JCM combo is under $2,000. a Soldano stack might be that much. a Fender Super-Sonic would workk, too.

Distortion- Big Muff Pi or a Metal Muff. Visual Sound Jekyll and Hyde disto/OD
Wah- Vox Clyde McCoy wah or a Mega Wah (search bar).
Delay- Danelectro Forward/Reverse delay
Chorus- Visual Sound H2O chorus.
#7
Quote by mohawkkidJohn
vintage marshalls are great so are all marshalls other than MGs and AVTs




And the Mode Fours aren't so great, either.
#9
^ No worries. It wasn't aimed at you or anything, nor was it malicious. Sorry if it seemed so
#10
Well, I can't find Any Orange Amp's On musiciansfriend, And some of the marshalls have been right around My Price range

Oh and...What's Wrong about the MG's?
#11
They're overpriced amps. They don't have particularly good tone and are generally a waste of money, because you can get better for the same price. Plus they will really not do that SG you got justice.

Edit: I still stand by the used JCM800 suggestion.
#12
Hmm, I'll Look into that one, Thanks.

Just got a new thought...Strings..No Clue which to go for o.O
#13
A Mesa Boogie Stiletto!

Based on the british tone but with modern voiced sounds too! And way better!
#14
Personally, I'd say Rotosounds or D'Addarios - either of those are great. Some people like Ernie Balls, others Dean Markleys. Generally, you have to try a few different brands to see which you prefer
#15
Just So you know, Denthul, I Love you. And qotsa, Your Pedals Are Awesome! Thanks for all your help Guys!
#16
^I think Jim Dunlop are superier to those!

They have life in them after hours of playing and useage! And even after a month or so still perfect! Great feeling too!
#17
Quote by I Be Andyy
Just So you know, Denthul, I Love you. And qotsa, Your Pedals Are Awesome! Thanks for all your help Guys!


You're most welcome. Helping people is a 'hobby' of mine... (Well, I really just enjoy it a lot, but I can put that down as a hobby...right?) I'm just glad I can help people with this sort of thing as well as the stuff I normally work with
Last edited by Denthúl at Sep 16, 2007,