Currently I play with...
Guitar: Stratocaster US
Amp: Roland Jazz Chorus
Pedals: Line 6 DL4, Fulltone Fulldrive 2, Earnie Ball Volume Pedal, and a Boss DS-1
Style: Contemporary Christian, Rock, Blues, Jazz

The amp is nice for jazz and blues but i play a wide variety of music, so the amp doesn't always work out, so I'm looking for another one.
I also want to increase my collection of pedals, anyone know what I should get next?
Your opinions would be much appreciated, thanks!
Last edited by justinkoh92 at Nov 18, 2007,
For pedals, how about a wah? Try a Dunlop Crybaby or a Vox. Or maybe a phaser, but I wouldn't say that for sure, I would need to know your style more.
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i play contemporary christian music (pretty rockish/alternative) as well as blues and jazz
chorus, wah, tuner, phaser, whammy
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-PRS SE Custom (Guitarforce Black Diamond and Lord of the Blues)

Marshall TSL100
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Dunlop 535q wah
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I don't like the DS-1 all that much. I'd say replace that with something more potent. A nice tubescreamer would be a cool addition too I think.
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With regards the new amp, try one of the Fender valve amps...perhaps the Blues deluxe.

It will stay nice and clean for the jazz stuff, and will work beautifully with your fulldrive pedal to create blues/rock sounds.

And if it doesnt stay clean enough for the jazz stuff, you could always A/B select between the fender and the jazz chorus.
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Either get your DS-1 keeley modded or invest in a new distortion box. ZVEX box of rock comes to mind...
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As for pedals, you've got a simple yet good setup. If you want more pedals, depends what kind of sound(s) you're looking to get.
I'd go with a Vox wah
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I second the fender amp, it does jazz very well and also takes pedals well.
Definetely get rid of the ds 1 I hate mine.
Keeley mod would be a good idea because their resale value is terrible.
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It's stereo amp, and I don't think it's tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works.
The Jazz Chorus is a great amp, but it's limits become evident when you're looking to play bluesier stuff. You're also wasting a great pedal in the Fulltone Fulldrive 2 by putting it in front of any SS amp.

The move to something like a Fender Blues Deluxe or Peavey Classic would be a good one for you, IMHO. You'd keep your quality cleans, but add some genuine OD. The first pedal you'd want after the move would probably be a good chorus pedal like the Small Clone or Visual Sound H2O.
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