So, hi again! Since many of you have been asking me about my amp setting I am taking this chance to show this settings to you so that I can send you directly to this video when you ask me. I need to remind though that if you have a different amp in mind in the sense that you feel have a more than amp that includes all of gage and massive volume controls. I think it is going to be a little difficult for you to emulate the same circuit that this has. This is a simple what I called it valley a simple circuit amp. The one that you seen in the back is my 1987X Marshall. It is a reissue here that been said to produce recently and it is been modified by David Gray so that I could get more for a tones so it is probably versatile than just a stock kit. And it replicates the flexi amps from the 1966 through I think 1970 era.
I chose a new amp because it is more reliable and I do not risk breaking it since I crank it up pretty loud. If you do not have simple circuit head it is going to be a little difficult for you formulate this kind of head. And probably it is going to be better for just to experiment with the setting you have instead just putting the settings that I keep on the head. The settings that I keep this head I keep like that because I been reading around on the internet that Angus probably know, I do not know but Angus uses the same settings so we close settings. And it needs to be set that Angus also mention the fact that he chances slightly the settings depending on the room that he plays in. That is very important and also depending on the number of watts that he has. There are basically three heads that he played with GT and 45 that outputs more or less 45 watts and there is this head a 1987X that output no less 50 watts and then you have 1959 super lead head. And they have been using your free heads. I think depending on the type of tone that he wanted to obtain and I want you depending instead on the dimension and type of the room that he played in because this is all very important. I have set this so let us proceed to see what my settings are.
Okay here, you see where I brought you? Directly in front of my amplifier, okay. You can see that we are starting from the presence. Our presence is set to zero on my amplifier. We talk about why it set on zero. The bass is set to three quarters. The middle is set more or less to half. Treble is also is set more or less to half maybe towards the six. And then, we have a high treble that is the volume and mine right now is cranked up all the way up and then we have another normal which is set to zero. These are all my settings, these is all I have on my amp so that this is cleared out.
And then, I have the input as you can see and I am only using the main input up left number one into corner up left up there. And the cabinet, you see the cabinet the cabinet some of you have been me about the cabinet as well what cabinet should I use and so on and forth but I do not what cabinet you should been using. I am using this no slanted cabinet. As you can see here it is not slanted. That means that he does not have the slant in the front. Let me show that is have an older one, this is a vintage one that I have been using early. This is slanted, okay. It is a 1969 cabinet and this is no slanted one. You can see the difference there.
Why I think that AC/DC use it. I think that AC/DC use it because both not from Angus because it has more bass frequencies. It gives you more bass than this is. And this guitar that you see me holding here I never used yet on the videos. This is an original 1964 SG guitar and the guitar that you see back there is a reissue of this guitar and I have not used this one yet. This is all original and I bought it very cheap on eBay. I think it is what you can call a bargain, I think roughly $2,000.00 like one or two year ago and I have not fix it yet. It got a few problems, the neck here is cracked and the head stock have been broken and repaired. So, once this guitar is properly set up in the near future I want to try this one yet. We do not know that Angus have recently I think probably in the last 20 years he is been using mid 60's SG as suppose to his late 60's SG.
The reissue that I have been using recently and on different told and Angus Young signature put up though I have to say that replicates this guitar very, very well. So, I am very surprised by the level of quality of recent Gibson's spares especially the one that comes out for the custom shop like that, okay. So, I have another video out that is describes that pick up. Next with this amp of cabinet and so if you want to check that out well I have some useful things for you to hear. Thanks for watching once again and I hope you find this information useful. See you soon again around here.