#2
tony used a laney........


but i'd think orange might be good too. and i believe he used an orange as well.
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#3
orange... laney... volume... i'd reccomend a gibson faded SG instead, it's much better
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#4
Orange Rocker 30 ....kickass sabbath tone!
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#7
yes they are. much more expensive too!!
ive always loved the fuzzy sabbath sound.
use laney or orange amps with high output pickups
#9
Quote by spiderjerusalem
orange... laney... volume... i'd reccomend a gibson faded SG instead, it's much better


Also, I'm a leftie, so the faded would be a lot more for me.

It's either:

Faded SG + keep my Spider Line 6

or

Iommi Epi + a Laney or some tube amp variety

I think you know what I'm gonna choose.
#10
strangely my crap soundking practice amp makes a really good sabbath sound, but practically anything else just sounds really crap on it. at the balance of gain and eq for sabbath, its a sweet gritty fuzz sound which is great for playing iron man, but if I use any less gain, it turns into a hollow rattley sound, and any more gain makes a sort of warbling, coughing-up-phlegm sound