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Two different beasts.
One's a V, made of Alder, the other is a super strat made of mahogany.
One has a Floyd, the other has a locking-edge 3. One has actives, the other has passives.
But probably the Jackson. It's just an extremely flexible guitar, in general.
So im not just referring to beginners/inexpensive stuff, just generally gear that is the least liked, least reliable or has the worst tone/features.
The Digitech RP line of multifx was pretty dire. Very stale and digital obviously and was unreliable (i had an old 90s unit and it was pretty expensive). Also the Dean guitars ive used have been very badly made.
yeah, i had one idea at first (a warmoth VIP with chrome hardware) then switched to a strat with black hardware. the neck and tuners came first so it looks a little confused. i'll end up replacing either the bridge or the tuners eventually, but i can't decide which yet haha
So, why have they been played in nearly every genre of music? Even with the single coils they have been heavily played in many, many styles of music.
May I suggest strat or tele? Very versatile instruments.
Iron Maiden, Yngwie, Eric Johnson?
It's all personal taste, my friend. Purely taste. Plus, can you play jazz, blues, R&B, funk, etc. on an Ibanez?
It's effectively worthless recommending a combo or head here.
I'd probably say, try picking up a rack Power-Amp & a cab, as your GT-8 would run as the Pre-Amp.
You'd get the best sound out of your GT-8 that way too.
Sure was haha,
I had to hold on to it to make sure no one else would buy it. I got there at about 4.45 and had to wait till 6.10 until my dad rocked up with the extra $400. Totally worth it though, I don't think I'll ever sell this guitar.
i tried one with 6l6's. not bad, but wasn't really into it tbh. i've heard they're outstanding with el34's tho.
i've had good results with 75's and v30's in an x pattern. others have said good things about 100/v30's in an x pattern too. you use a straight cab or slant?
pay attention, james.
...and i own a dual rec, i know what they're good for, thanks.
I'm a bit confused as to what you're looking for, because you say you play heavy pop punk and the Mesa is too much for that (which I get)... but I'm affraid the AC30 might not be heavy enough?
Hold your flames, I love the AC30, one of the best amps ever tone wise, and at $700 in good shape it's a steal. The breakup is incredibly rich and very pleasing, and the jangly cleans are my fav ever! What I'm asking is for a better definition of your style, because if high gain is your thing, it probably isn't going to work for you. If that's the case, I suggest looking into selling the Mesa and picking up a high gain amp with a british voice (i.e., Splawn Pro Mod or maybe even the Nitro, Orange Rockverb/Thunderverb, Voodoo Dual Hex, Marshall JCM800...). That's not going to solve your back-up amp issue, but I think you'll prefer the tone over the Mesa's if that's your thing. It wouldn't be too much of a stretch to find a used classic50 for around $400, but I'm not sure about your market. It might be a better idea, if you know your way around your amps, to just pick up a healthy stock of spare parts and fix it yourself if the need ever should arise.