#1
How is this amp voiced, British or American, or neither?
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
-SD "Pearly Gates" bridge pickup
-50's style wiring
Digitech RP150
Boss DS-1 Distortion
Electro-Harmonix LPB-1 Linear Power Booster
Peavey Windsor Studio

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#3
British.

Think Voxy.
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#4
It's voiced dark.

But seriously, I can't really tell myself. Maybe Britishy? But it's not a full on British voicing.
#5
well its pretty similar circuitry wise to a fender champ, however the the EL-insert number here output tubes make it very british sounding. mostly british voiced, but uhh, not %100 british. its like, new england haha
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#8
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Not to hijack your thread (sorry if I do, really) but with a Distortion or OD in front can this amp do metal or hardcore loudly?

If you're on a budget, and play metal, go SS. Please.
#9
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A darker version of a british flavour of OD.

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#11
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Not to hijack your thread (sorry if I do, really) but with a Distortion or OD in front can this amp do metal or hardcore loudly?


With a Damage Control Solid Metal it does metal quite well.

That may be an expensive option for you, however, as that pedal costs almost as much as the whole VJr stack.
#12
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#13
I got my Epiphone stack last week and I am very pleased. Course, at my age, I live in Classic Rock land most times and it is excellent for this.

To keep the pressure levels at a reasonable place, I ordered a Ted Weber Mass Attenuator with a Tone Stack. I also have been using a Boss OD-20 Drive Zone and am very happy.

The Eminence Lady Luck 12" driver in the cab sounds sweet (yes, very British) but I use the OD-20 to get the sound I need if the stock OD isn't it. To the ones that said it sounds "dark", well, it does lack some upper end treble but the Boss and Weber tone stack fix that quite nicely.

It is nice to hear every note that is played with such clarity .

Good luck in your choice

Chris
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