According to Band of Skulls guitar player Russell Marsden, "My main amp for recording was a Fender Hot Rod DeVille 212, which I absolutely love but it's been breaking down a lot. So I just got a Fender Vibro-King, and I think I'm probably going to go to Hell for using it because it sounds so good." "It's probably the best amp I've played through," he said of the VibroKing. "No matter where I stand on stage, it's tremendous."more
What equipment are you using? Same white Stratocaster as always. A Tele. Just got a 1956 Les Paul TV Jnr from Stevie Klasson in Sweden. Love the sound of the P90 pickup. I've also got a reverse Firebird and a 335 which I play open tuned. Marshall amps then I switched to Fenders. A pair of Fender Vibro Kings sound good. Ten inch speakers. Not twelves. Find a good Fender amp that matches the guitar and off you go. I've got a Martin M38 acoustic I've played for 20 years which is a sweetheart; and a 12 string Guild acoustic which records like a dream.more
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