Post by shreddingjoris on Jul 24, 2013 12:29:54 GMT -6
Nowp, i just connect my amp straight to my fridge
Actually i use the eleven rack for home use with some marshall cabinet, but live i use my black shadow speaker in my mark V, non the less i'm starting to get interested again in marshalls, maybe with some nice greenbacks... haven't tried it yet thou.
Okay, I had a Rectoverb combo once which had a Mesa speaker in it, didn't really like it to be honest. I think it was called C90 if I remember correctly.
Hell yeah Marshall is the *** for sure. With exception for a few "boutique" brands it's Marshall all the way for me now. The JCM800 is probably my favorite. But I love the JTM45 also but for totally different reasons of course. JTM45 for cleans blues and fusion playing and the JCM800 for metal and shred. For the more extreme modern sounds I would go for either a heavily modified Marshall or another brand. But for classic rock and older metal Marshall is definitely my favorite. And just for casual playing there's nothing like a cranked old Marshall, it's just insane, as long as you wear earplugs or have the amp isolated you're good to go
I've also noticed that the worse my hearing gets the more I'm starting to like Marshall amps since they bring back the high mid and treble frequencies to my life
Greenbacks always sounds good, it's a shame that I haven't owned any Celestion Greenbacks yet. I'm also interested in the Celestion Classic Lead.
Post by shreddingjoris on Jul 25, 2013 13:00:32 GMT -6
Yep it's a C90, but i tried a mesa V30 cab 4X12 with it to, but the C90's had more mid.(it all depends on wich amp u have) I don't really like V30's because they are a bit to sharp for my taste.
Now i'm actually interested in the orange rockverb! It sounds like a marshall but it doesn't have the sharper high end that u find on most marshalls, + it has all the gain u need without a tubescreamer.
I do see ur point about your hearing, that's why i always use earplugs everywhere there is a gig .
The blackstar ht 5 sound ok to, but i really need to test that orange!
The Vintage 30 Mesa has in their cabs are not the same as the Vintage 30 you can buy. Actually there's five different Vintage 30's when you count in the different impedance options available and there's also a 16 ohm version made for Marshall. All of them apparently sounds slightly different. I've had a 2x12 Mesa Recto cabinet which sounded great, I've also had an ENGL Pro 2x12 which also sounded great but the V30 in those two cabs are not the exact same. However I couldn't make a true A/B comparison because I didn't have the cabs at the same time. You really need to test the speakers in the same cab to do a real test.
As for Marshall amps I'm more in to the older ones. The Satriani signature seems promising tho.
JBL Professional. They're the best speakers for any high fidelity system. Even turned up loud enough so they could be heard all the way down the street they would not distort, they have very high efficiency, and overall great quality of sound.