Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby waldo041 » Fri Feb 24, 2017 7:39 am

hippieguy1954 wrote:
How much for the MC2300?

Where is Brian's volume set on the Maestro Reverb amp when using just the combo?


I think i talked him out of selling the MC2300.

He said the volume was around 7, which is where Jerry stated he never went passed when he used the Twins as combos.

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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby hippieguy1954 » Fri Feb 24, 2017 8:56 am

waldo041 wrote:
hippieguy1954 wrote:
How much for the MC2300?

Where is Brian's volume set on the Maestro Reverb amp when using just the combo?


I think i talked him out of selling the MC2300.

He said the volume was around 7, which is where Jerry stated he never went passed when he used the Twins as combos.

~waldo


Yea, I didn't really think he would sell it. Thanks for the volume info :smile:
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby lunasparks » Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:00 pm

That's some seriously good tone! Excellent work, Mr. Wald. :cool:
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby waldo041 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 8:55 pm

lunasparks wrote:That's some seriously good tone! Excellent work, Mr. Wald. :cool:


Thanks for your ears!!!

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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby waldo041 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 9:02 am

waldo041 wrote: I have a 69 on the bench almost finished if anyone is interested. Still needs a Head cabinet, or the buyer can have the original drip edge cabinet it came with. $2500 plus shipping.


I have decided to keep this gem as my own. If i ever decide to make another i will post it in the garage sale here first. But for now, bench is full with other work.

Also, I need to publicly apologize to Brian and his band Dead Again. I mistakenly called them Dead Ahead at the beginning of this thread and it snowballed from there. They are called Dead Again from Michigan. I changed all
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Sorry for the mistake.

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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby PurpleTrails » Tue Mar 07, 2017 8:16 pm

Lol, after hearing those clips it's perfectly understandable you wanting to have one of the best amps I've ever heard for your own...even if you are the one building it. Great work, as always!
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby waldo041 » Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:03 am

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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby TeeJay » Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:45 am

Hey Mike do you the details of Brian's rig for the archive show above?
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby MattMan » Sat Aug 19, 2017 11:41 am

TeeJay wrote:Hey Mike do you the details of Brian's rig for the archive show above?


I'll chime in for Waldo since I was Brian's "guitar tech" at this gig (super fun, Keller Williams was the headliner--super cool musician--he played Scarlet with the band).

Here's Brian's rig for the gig:

Wolf clone with Dimarzio DP104 pups > 135-watt Fender Twin Ultra-linear w/Maestro mods, JJ 6L6GC power amp tubes > JBL E120 > Shure SM57.
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby TeeJay » Sat Aug 19, 2017 2:56 pm

Thanks Matt- It sounds just exactly perfect.
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby aiq » Sat Aug 19, 2017 4:20 pm

That is a good sound.

Kudos to all.
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby waldo041 » Sat Aug 19, 2017 5:46 pm

MattMan wrote:
I'll chime in for Waldo since I was Brian's "guitar tech" at this gig (super fun, Keller Williams was the headliner--super cool musician--he played Scarlet with the band).

Here's Brian's rig for the gig:

Wolf clone with Dimarzio DP104 pups > 135-watt Fender Twin Ultra-linear w/Maestro mods, JJ 6L6GC power amp tubes > JBL E120 > Shure SM57.


Actually it hit my bench as an Ultralinear 135 Watt Twin, but it left completely reworked to my specs as a Maestro Reverb Amp at 100 watts.

TeeJay, he is using the Twins 4 6L6 power section. He loves it and uses it exclusively.

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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby TeeJay » Sat Aug 19, 2017 6:07 pm

Thanks Mike- Yeah I need to add 2 6L6s to my Maestro Reverb and hit an E with 100w. I am not really digging the K's anymore.
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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby waldo041 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:43 am

TeeJay wrote:Thanks Mike- Yeah I need to add 2 6L6s to my Maestro Reverb and hit an E with 100w. I am not really digging the K's anymore.


You are the second person this month who told me they have fallen out of love with the K's.

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Re: Dead Again's Brian Avigne with his Maestro Reverb Amp

Postby hippieguy1954 » Tue Aug 22, 2017 3:05 am

I'm on the fence between the K's and E's. Unfortunately E's in good condition are getting harder to come by. I have four K's in excellent condition and am looking for two E's. I foolishly sold all my E's when I bought the K's. :roll:

I'm gonna give these a try. No affiliation. No high hopes.

https://reverb.com/item/662543-12-guita ... nality-new

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