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kissfan113

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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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From left to right:
Laney AOR 100
Marshall JCM 900 SL-X - EL34
Marshall JCM 900 Hi Gain MkIII - EL-34
Marshal JCM 2000 Dual Super Lead
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Harley Hexxe

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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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Hey Kevin,

    Welcome to the forum :thumb-up:

    I see a lot of gear that I use also from ADA but it's nice to see I'm not the only one who appreciates the Voodoo Labs GCX, and how that switcher can help simplify a complex rig. Coupled with the Ground Control, it makes it a breeze.

Harley 8)
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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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I’m set up with a pair of ground control pro, a single ground control original, and a ground link all with different purposes and they definitely help keep things well routed and patched in properly. I use mine to switch amps, add and remove effects and preamps, split the signal between amps, so many uses and configurations and they are absolutely lifesaving when the chain gets complex
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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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I have the Ground Control original that I bought back in the 90's. They're great, and they can do a lot more than most people know about. I use mine for multiple rigs and it works out. and the remote powering through the GCX means one less cable on the floor. I've never taken the wall wart out of the box  :lol:

I don't know about the Pro, that must be the newer one, which looks a lot bigger than the one I have. I like the smaller footprint
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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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The pro is narrower but taller, it does have metal switches instead of the plastic type the original had
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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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From left to right:
Laney AOR 100
Marshall JCM 900 SL-X - EL34
Marshall JCM 900 Hi Gain MkIII - EL-34
Marshal JCM 2000 Dual Super Lead

You don't see those MkIII's a lot. What your favorite?
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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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Honestly the Laney is my top amp, the mark iii is my pick of all the Marshall’s, but I may need to retube the SL-X before I pass final judgement, I will say for now the Mk III  over the 2000 and SL-X but the SL-X feels like it wants to give more than it currently is. I’m thinking possible cold bias on the power section and original Marshall preamp tubes ca. 1993 may have something to do with it.
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Re: Hello from WV, USA
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Must say I never played a MkIII, I owned a JCM2000 DSL but eventually sold it again. Got it very cheap for around 200 euro because it had a loud hum. (was a bad powertube).
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