"I used a Marshall® Valvestate 100 watt head going through a model 1960A cabinet with Celestion® Vintage 30s in it, and that was killer. For effects, I used a Digitech® Whammy, an old Ibanez® chorus, and I also used a Line 6® Pod Pro for a lot of my effects as well because it has a wide variety of effects that I really like."more
> Joe says in a Gear Gods interview, "The very first amp I used was a Valvestate Marshall. You know, I liked those amps. They’re very precise and sharp. The low end is very transistor." > Then later mentions, "Yeah, those are what Meshuggah used to use way back in the ‘90s. I saw Meshuggah back in 1998 and they were using those Valvestates."more
[The Empty Words Project](http://www.emptywords.org/Pit06-99.htm) is founded by Chuck's family. Here they republish an interview with *Pit* Magazine, originally published in June/1999, Chuck Said: "My amp is a Marshall Valvestate head and cabinet, that's about it. I don't use effects except for a little chorus on my leads, I really like a basic setup." [This article from *Guitar Geek*](http://www.guitargeek.com/chuck-schuldiner-death-guitar-rig-and-gear-setup-1993/) confirms this as an 8100 specifically.more
In this post, on Sum 41's [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/Sum41/photos/pb.36646107889.-2207520000.1427404781./10152572044737890/?type=3&theater), the caption reads, "just bought these new amps. these 2 amps together make such a huge sound. this is what we used a lot on the chuck album. they were the main guitar sounds on "no reason" "bitter end" "angels with dirty faces" and "we're all to blame". i can't wait to lay some guitars down for the new record with these. you'll hear a lot of them on this new stuff. "more
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