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Old 05.04.04, 11:39 AM
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Marshall G100R-CD Head

Anyone have one or ever used one? i know its a pretty cheapie solid state head, but is it worth getting if i can get it at a good price?
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Old 05.04.04, 4:06 PM
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That's the first amp head I ever owned and I was very pleased with it. I really liked the 2 fully independent channels. It was a bit noisy (not too bad though, I'm just really hard-headed about amp noise) so I added a boss ns-2 to my pedals and it took care of it perfectly. I would recommend it for sure if you can get a good price on it.
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Sennheiser EW100 G2 wireless -> GCX Audio Switcher: (feed thru -> Korg tuner) -- (loop1: Roland GP-16, loop2: Sansamp PSA-1 -> Sansamp fx loop send -> pedal board -> loop3: Line 6 mod pro, loop4: Line 6 filter pro, loop5: Line 6 echo pro, loop6: BBE 482 ch. 1, loop7: BBE 482 ch. 2 -> Samsamp fx loop return) -> QSC RMX 850 power amp -> Mesa Boogie straight 4x12 (2 V30, 2 G12T-75)-> Mesa Boogie 1x12 (V30)

Pedal board: Ground Control w. Roland expression. Digitech Whammy -> Bespeco volume -> Boss NS-2.

I use DiMarzio and George L's cables only throughout my rig. Well, and a Monster speaker cable.

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