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What’s your most Basic simple rig ?

bluesroom

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You have a Les Paul.
if you could have one vintage amp
And 3 or 4 classic effects — what would they be to get the job done? Thanks
 

hotshot357

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I've been entertaining getting a Gibson Les Paul Amp. I think the model number is GA-40T. It's the one with a 10 inch and 8 inch speaker combo. I have 60's Les Paul and what would "be cooler" than to play it thru a amp of the same time period.
 
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DutchRay

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My Les Paul and a Deluxe reverb will do fine! It's what I use when I go out to play, although I admit, I do occasionally use an Overated special to add some boost and cut the bass a bit. Reverb and Vibrato come free with the amp, so maybe a wahwah to top it off, but that's more than enough for me :)
I have more than enough amps to choose from but the deluxe reverb always delivers.
 

hotshot357

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I've been entertaining getting the idea of getting a Gibson Les Paul amp. I believe the model number is GA-40T. It's the one with a 10 inch & a * inch speaker combo. I have a 60's style Les Paul and I can't think any thing "cooler" than to play it thru a period amp !!!!! Sorry about the double post.
 

jrgtr42

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My '75 Marshall JMP, most likely. Maybe with a Klon / Klone - I have a Soul Food that give just a hair more oomph.
Or my Bedrock 1200-series, with a couple dirt boxes and my Deluxe MEmory Man.
 
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