I’ve been enjoying Premier Guitar’s Rig Rundowns recently, and I thought to myself, why not get into the nitty gritty of a particular setup that I’ve been into recently. So, here’s the rig – a 1984 Gibson ES-335, a 1966 Fender Pro Reverb running in 4 ohms, a Fryette Power Station 2 attenuator, and a … More My Take on a Rig Rundown
Here’s the current rig, as of Halloween 2017: The Tim and Keeley Japanese Apartment effects loop switch box are both turned on their sides so I can quickly switch from using an effects loop configuration to a front loading configuration. If I want to use the Fryette Power Station 2 with the Marshall, I will … More Happy Halloween!
Or a Jack of all Trades, or some kind of monster Jack hybrid: I guess I’m a major gearophile. Pretty much played the field, then tried to mash it all up into one thing. What are the ingredients? Well, a strat. The last one I had was this Clapton, that maple neck and carve were … More 2005 Fender Stratosonic – Many Links to the Past.
http://fenderguru.com/amps/pro-reverb/ So that’s a good page for some mods, some more invasive than others. Well, I’m not into amp invasion, so I tried two of the easiest reversible mods – Tube Swapping, and Normal Channel Reverb Control. Back in my audiophile days, we called it tube rolling. The first step is to know … More Gear How-To: Quick Reversible Mods to the Blackface Fender Pro Reverb.
Just looking at that title makes me tired, what a long name. But not as tired as my back after hauling it to the curb in Williamsburg, where Main Drag Music did right by me – in fact, they took better pictures than I ever could, so here they are: 4 of the original … More New Amp Day: 1977 Marshall 2104 JMP Master Volume Lead, 50W 2X12″ Combo in Fawn