A couple of my Fender guitar amps. On top is the first amp I ever purchased with my own money. 92’ Ultimate Chorus. With a little tweaking you can get it to sound just like a Twin. Below that is my 75’ Pro Reverb. Starts to break up nicely around 4 or 5. Sad that it has no mid control. Just bass and treble. My Wurlitzer 112 sounds amazing through this amp!! #guitaramp
I’ve had this old 1966 Fender Pro Reverb since I was about 17 years old. It’s been with me on so many gigs, multiple car accidents, bar fights and so much more. This is a great amplifier! The baby Twin they call it!
This is my Gibson BR9. When it was originally released(1948-1954) it was paired with a matching lap steel guitar. Mostly for students looking to learn how to play Hawaiian music. I use it primarily for recording unique clean guitar sounds. Paired with a crybaby wah(as an EQ) you can get some super interesting tones out of it.
Have you had a chance to check out my new page at @doreen_sound_studios yet?
I’m trying to grow my new business. The recording studio is an intimate space with HUGE sounds coming out of it. Just ask the neighbors!!
Working with bands and film makers to bring their projects to life. #doreensoundstudios