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I've always played my Stick and NS Stick through a Carvin AG100D. Three channels, nice effects, great sound, great price!
http://carvinaudio.com/collections/acoustic-series

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Fri Sep 30, 2016 3:41 pm
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Kris wrote:
Rob doesn't play an SG12, he plays a Grand as ArmyDoc said.

You are right, and I am a worthless idiot.


Sat Oct 01, 2016 9:43 am
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Haha, I wouldn't go quite that far man =)


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Haha, I wouldn't go quite that far man =)

With regard to my health, it was an extremely bad day—after a string of very bad days—which altered my neurochemistry such that I was screwing up just about everything.


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Hope you're on the upswing now Rob.

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Hope you're on the upswing now Rob.

Thanks, my progress has actually increased my fatigue in the short term: better to be healthier and tired than ill and energetic (See Also: Los Angeles). :lol:


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Hi Jtun,

I don't have yet my Railboard, but I already play a Stick-like instrument
In the band I'm playing in, my main role is to play bass parts and kind of "second guitar/keyboard" on melody side.

As a bassit I started to use my Stick-like using a bass amp, but I really had hard time to have a sound on melody side that can 'pass over' the band, due to frequency response of a bass amplifier.
Therefore I moved to a keyboard amp, which gave me something like FRFR.

At home for practicing I use a Behringer KB1800Fx, it is probably not the best amp ever but it is very affordable and does the job. When playing with my band I have access to a Roland KC-550, which sounds very very good and have a much better response on low end than the Behringer

I'm also a lucky owner of a Line6 Helix so I can use (distinct) amp simulation to 'round' the sound a bit... My favorites are HiWatt emulation for Melody side and Ampeg one for Bass side.

Not sure if it helps, but this was my little contribution to the subject!

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