Come on Steven, you need the top of the line Marshall stack, maybe even
three of them, to get state of the art distortion---you know, the kind
where your ear says "uncle" and the pain makes you run for the exits.
That has to be state of the art because that's the sound I hear at most
I propose this: http://www.hammer.ucla.edu/exhibitions/66/work_322.htm
> 2) As a (VERY) part-time harmonicist, endeavouring to recreate as nearly as
> possible the sound of the first generation of electrically-amplified
> I will readily admit to intentionally driving my amps into the distortion
> in fact, I intentionally use low-power amps (single-ended if possible) which are
> miked into the PA...so that I can reach distortion levels without blowing the
> audience into the rear wall! This is, in fact, how I discovered the noticeable
> difference between overdriving tube amps and solid-state amps...