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Guitar Amp Parts & Accessories user reviews

  • Line 6 Floor Board

    Line 6 Floor Board - "If You Have Older Line 6 Gear, GRAB One Of These While You Can Get Them For $50"


    This is about all the controller you should ever need for any piece of Line 6 gear that uses the older operating system. Built like the proverbial tank, this board will allow you to access features of Line 6 gear that you might not be able to access…

  • Boss LS-2 Line Selector

    Boss LS-2 Line Selector - "Nice bypass"


    The Boss Roland company has been producing great sounding effects pedals for decades now. They have build various pedals for almost every single purpose one would use in either their bass rig, keyboard, or their guitar rig. They have successfully man…

  • Peavey Ultra Footswitch

    Peavey Ultra Footswitch - "Couldn't have Peavey made it wider?"


    Back in the summer of 2009 I got my first tube amp, a Peavey Ultra 2x12 Combo. It came with the matching footswitch, which is what this review is on. I'll get right to the point. It's TINY. I'm not really sure why Peavey thought they could comfortabl…

  • Line 6 FBV Express

    Line 6 FBV Express - "Actually a pretty decent controller!"


    I have a friend who has a Spider III (Icky, I know.), and I decided that I would get him this for his birthday. Guitarcenter had one used for $50, so I went ahead and bought it for him. Now, over a year later, it is still holding up just fine. It's p…

  • Marshall PEDL10021 TSL 5-way Footcontroller

    Marshall PEDL10021 TSL 5-way Footcontroller - "Probably just about the cheapest foot-switch ever made."


    Let me start off by saying that I don't actually own a Marshall TSL. I did though buy this switch to rewire to work for my Peavey Ultra, which used to have a tiny footswitch that was much too small to have three buttons on. Anyways, I bought a non-wo…

  • Celestion Classic Lead

    Celestion Classic Lead - "Fairly even sounding"


    The Celestion Classic Lead, also known as the CL80, is one of the famous speakers in the rack world. It’s a standard 12’’ guitar speaker that can handle 80 watts of power, comes in either 8 or 16 ohm configuration, has a round copper voice coil, cer…

  • Celestion G12H Anniversary

    Celestion G12H Anniversary - "A bit dark, but still great"


    The Celestion G12H30 is one of the lesser known Celestion speakers for some reason. It’s a standard 12’’ speaker with a ceramic magnet, comes in either 8 or 16 ohm configuration, can handle up to 30 watts of power, has a ceramic magnet, a round coop…

  • Celestion G12M Greenback

    Celestion G12M Greenback - "Awesome breakup"


    The Celestion G12M Greenback has been the staple of classic rock tone for the past 30+ years now. It has been used successfully on recordings throughout the years ranging from Hendrix to Loudness. The Greenback comes in 12’’ format with a 25 watt p…

  • Celestion G12T-75

    Celestion G12T-75 - "A bit too scooped for me"


    The Celestion G12T75 is probably today’s most common speaker. It comes in nearly every standard Marshall JCM900 cab, so I assume most people have tried this at one time or another. It can handle 75 watts of power, is 12’’ in diameter, comes in eith…

  • Celestion Vintage 30

    Celestion Vintage 30 - "My go-to speaker"


    The Celestion Vintage 30 has been one of the most used and most notorious speakers of the guitar world. This has been the predominant speaker when it comes to heavy metal recordings, and for good reason. It’s a standard 12’’ speaker with a ceramic…