According to Guitar World: "For his 1985 Japan tour, Vaughan used a pair of Fender Twin Reverb amps (a mid-Sixties 85-watt blackface model and a late-Seventies 100-watt silverface version with master volume) in place of his Dumble Steel String Singer head. The Twins disappeared from his rig after that tour, only to resurface for a brief period in 1987 when they temporarily replaced his Vibroverb combos." From the March 2013 Issuemore
Recording of 'In Utero' "In Utero" was recorded at Pachyderm Studios in Minnesota with producer Steve Albini (25). As for guitars, Kurt used his Fender Jaguar (57) and possibly the Ibanez Les Paul mentioned in the "Guitars, Miscellaneous" section. The Stella acoustic, after it was fixed-up with new tuners and strings, was used for the acoustics on the album (41)(57). Kurt's Fender Twin Reverb was the main amp used (57).more
Fender Twin Reverb shown next to brian's head with the recognizable 2 channel normal inputs, 2 vibrato inputs four knobs down the face of the amp. The brown grill is colored from the age of the amp. Also to the very end of the amp is the general red jewel light common to the blackface fender amps.more
From Grants faebook discussion: "Mainly a 60's Vox Ac30 and a 70's Fender Twin and my old Marshall for some tracking .. I used to use an old ADA guitar preamp and various Electro Harmonic , MXR and Boss pedals. I still use pretty much the same with Feeder but not using the ADA anymore". He uses a 70's Twin but listed as a '65 as they are very similar.more
Bargeld's guitars of choice are a Fender Jaguar and a Fender Mustang, as seen on the concert DVD God Is In The House and various other media appearances. Initially he used a battered Hofner Model 173 and a red Hofner Colorama II until they "broke down." After his effect pedals were stolen in the early 1980s, he exclusively relied on the Fender floating/dynamic tremolo (like the Hofner units)—which both raise and lower pitch—Fender Twin amplifiers, metal slides, and changing his amp settings for each individual song, to create a unique guitar sound.more
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