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Sloan
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Post by Sloan » Mon Apr 21, 2008 8:44 am

If your looking for hi-gain guitar sounds, pick up a used Peavey 5150 for around $500 and get a 4x12 loaded with Celestion Vintage 30's. The Mesa Standard 4x12 cabinet is recommended for it's larger size.

Also, check into the Peavey Windsor. It very very similar to a JCM800 but will only cost you $400 brand new.

Here are some clips this guy made of the Windsor and 5150.
Windsor only
http://www.spectresound.ca/stuff/Windsortestdrive.mp3

5150 only
http://www.spectresound.ca/stuff/5150_windsorriff.mp3

Windsor & 5150 (note the added bite from the 5150)
http://www.spectresound.ca/stuff/windsor5150.mp3

Marshall 1690V cab

"Miking was a combo 57/Md421, straight on the same speaker. Preamp was a pair of API 512c's, and yes, they're quad tracked."
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