#1
im in the market for a new amp, and recently i came upon this company which seems to be really good. does anyone have any experience with these? are they any good/worth the money/loud?

also does anyone know where i could find one of there catalogs or something?
#3
My local guy where I buy all my stuff is the largest Goodsell dealer in the world.

he is called Atlanta Discount Music. The Manager knows Richard Goodsell personally...
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#4
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My local guy where I buy all my stuff is the largest Goodsell dealer in the world.

he is called Atlanta Discount Music. The Manager knows Richard Goodsell personally...


have you ever tested any of them out?
#5
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have you ever tested any of them out?


Actually, I haven't. But, I certainly can if you want me to. What models?
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Actually, I haven't. But, I certainly can if you want me to. What models?


any of the super17 heads or tweed combos if possible. thanks in advance bro.
#7
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any of the super17 heads or tweed combos if possible. thanks in advance bro.


Yeah, NP. It might be a while until I can get down to his shop. BTW, what kind of tone are you looking for with what kind of guitar?
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#8
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Actually, I haven't. But, I certainly can if you want me to. What models?


i think he's after the girl in the bikini who's modelling the amps...

>_>
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#9
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i think he's after the girl in the bikini who's modelling the amps...

>_>


aren't we all? the quality of the amps just happens to be a bonus.
#10
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Yeah, NP. It might be a while until I can get down to his shop. BTW, what kind of tone are you looking for with what kind of guitar?


well right now ive got a Marshall 1959slp with:
- Les Paul Standard
- Epiphone doubleneck
- fender strat
- ESP H400

so currently ive got my very loud and high gain covered

also I have a fender twin reverb reissue so ive got my cleans covered, so im looking to cover that "breakup/blues - crunchy" middle ground tone.
#11
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well right now ive got a Marshall 1959slp with:
- Les Paul Standard
- Epiphone doubleneck
- fender strat
- ESP H400

so currently ive got my very loud and high gain covered

also I have a fender twin reverb reissue so ive got my cleans covered, so im looking to cover that "breakup/blues - crunchy" middle ground tone.



So something along the lines of a cranked fender?
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#12
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So something along the lines of a cranked fender?


somewhat, but a bit less trebly. ive heard some of the clips of the goodsell amps and its pretty much exactly what im looking for. i just need to know what the pick attack response is like.
#13
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aren't we all? the quality of the amps just happens to be a bonus.


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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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