WOAAAA!!Do you still got this amp?I do and it rules BIG TIME!Old Marshalls never die indeed!Stark wrote:Marshall 100w Super Bass (modded with master volume)
No, I'm afraid not . I actually had Thomas Larsson re-mod it, but it didn't turn out the way I wanted so I sold it and if I'm not mistaken it's actually ended up by Björn Lodin (Six Feet Under) which whom I've just recorded an albumWitchkiller wrote:WOAAAA!!Do you still got this amp?I do and it rules BIG TIME!Old Marshalls never die indeed!Stark wrote:Marshall 100w Super Bass (modded with master volume)
Yes I am actually. It's a great power pack. Even without using any stomp boxes it ranges from perfectly clean on the clean channel, to anything between crunch to pure metal on the distorted channel. It's loud and really fat in the tone. I use it a lot on smaller gigs and I've used it on some recordings, too. It's also got an effects loop which is great as I often use a booster and a delay on the solos. This means I can just switch on the loop to increase the volume and add the delay on solos. It's very priceworthyWitchkiller wrote:Could you tell me your opinion on the WARP 7?Are you satisfied?
Yeah, the tubescreamer + old Marshall setup sounds great but I think with a MXR Distortion+ style pedal or a germanium treble booster it sounds even better (like 70s Judas Priest for example).Mythiis wrote:I would definitely go for the classic set up of Gibson style humbucker guitar, Ibanez Tube Screamer and Marshall amp, preferably a JMP 2204 or JCM 800 (same amp, the JMP just looks cooler). From pictures and videos it seems like this was the most typical set up back in the day, and it still works great! I'm working on an old school metal project at the moment were I use a Tube Screamer with my Orange AD30 and Les Paul with very good result. The Orange look, as awesome as it might be, aren't really that metal though... Hehe. But the sound is killer!
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