Guitar Reviews by Randy Combs

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  1. Peavey Classic VT 2 X 12 ·
    Alot of Peavey knocking still goes on. I don't understand why because the do make some really good amps. No this amp is not the greatest amp ever, but it is a very versatile amp that does many tones really good, making it a very gig worthy amp. ...(more)
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 1/10/2006 by Randy Combs (6529)
  2. Tube Works TUBE DRIVER 911 ·
    I've had many effects. This and the PHAT-AXX are the best OD's out there in my opinion. Solid built with great tone, what else can you ask for.
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 3/8/2006 by Randy Combs (6529)
  3. Peavey Ultra 112 Combo ·
    I got this amp to suit my high gain needs, and it has not disappointed me. Once making the changes I made, the amp is absolutely killer. For years I wanted a Soldano, but the price is out of reach for me. With this Ultra I am darn close, close e...(more)
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 7/30/2006 by Randy Combs (6529)
  4. Soldano Reverb-O-Sonic 2 X 10 ·
    I have owned many amps of different makes, tube and solid state. This Reverb-O-Sonic is as good as it gets. Since I gig in mostly clubs, the combo amp is the way to go. The TONE of this amp is what makes it worth the extra money. And it's more v...(more)
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 9/21/2006 by Randy Combs (6529)
  5. Fender Princeton Chorus ·
    If your are looking for a great clean Fender tone for low dough, this is a good choice. I hate the cheesy input jacks that Fender has, and mounted to the circuit board makes for tough change. But the versatility of tones to be had makes up for a...(more)
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 1/20/2007 by Randy Combs (6529)
  6. Dean NashVegas ·
    I am amazed at how well this guitar is built for the money they cost new. Definitely a great value for the money. It just sounds great and is totally comfortable to play.
    Equipment: Guitars · Posted: 8/3/2007 by Randy Combs (6529)
  7. DiMarzio Air Norton Neck ·
    If you are looking for a neck pickup with great sustain without muddy tone on the low end, and want to do Santana or Slash type solos, this pickup is the ticket and at $69 new it can't be beat in my opinion. John Petrucci uses these in his guita...(more)
    Equipment: Pickups · Posted: 4/29/2008 by Randy Combs (6529)
  8. Line 6 Dr. Distorto ·
    This is really a top notch overdrive/distortion pedal that will get overlooked and soon discontinued, probably because of the name, Dr Distorto. A shame because this pedal can get you a bunch of big tone sounds. The switch is solid and that is a...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 2/10/2009 by Randy Combs (6529)
  9. Boss PW-10 V-Wah ·
    If you are looking for a multiple tone wah, or need different wah sounds, this is the one to get. 8 Wah types including, VOX, CRY BABY, Dunlop UNI-VIBE and Customizing makes this wah a killer pedal. It has Roland's COSM modeling and also has sev...(more)
    Equipment: Effects · Posted: 10/1/2009 by Randy Combs (6529)
    Honestly, the best amp I have ever had. It just sounds so good, inspires me every time I play through it. A heavy little beast but so worth it. I can't imagine being without it.
    Equipment: Amplifiers · Posted: 4/5/2013 by Randy Combs (6529)