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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    As awesome as Soldano's are, isn't Lynch plugged into the Marshall in that video? The Soldano's have no cables into them are no power light, but the Marshall is turned on & wired up
    ENGL Straights. Some of their older 80s designs. Great amps. He was using a ton of amps during that era, but he used ENGLs really heavily. Impossible to tell exactly what he is plugged into in the videos from that session, because there are a shit ton of amps there, but you can see the Straights in some of the other takes.

    There are a ton of amps in the background of those videos. Don't know which ones were in the one in the OP, but in the other ones you can see the ENGLs.



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    You can get the older more obscure ENGLs for fucking nothing. I've bought like, 3 of their older rack preamps from the Straight era on ebay all for under $250.

    It's only the less serious Lynch fans that think all of his tones are Soldano. He's played through a bunch of amps.

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    If you check out some of his instructional videos from the same era you can also see his ENGLs. Later in this video for example.


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    I mean, I suspect Lynch would sound awesome no matter WHAT he plugged into, especially back then.
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    I'm pretty sure I could sound like this if I was George Lynch.

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    I'd LOVE to own a Straight but I have not been able to find one. I'm so mad I missed that Lynch one, actually, because I would have almost definitely bought it.
    C'mon son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCoy View Post
    If you check out some of his instructional videos from the same era you can also see his ENGLs. Later in this video for example.

    I love Lynch but that improv sounds like butt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCoy View Post
    ENGL Straights. Some of their older 80s designs. Great amps. He was using a ton of amps during that era, but he used ENGLs really heavily. Impossible to tell exactly what he is plugged into in the videos from that session, because there are a shit ton of amps there, but you can see the Straights in some of the other takes.

    There are a ton of amps in the background of those videos. Don't know which ones were in the one in the OP, but in the other ones you can see the ENGLs.



    https://reverb.com/item/19214231-eng...ge-lynch-owned

    https://www.rig-talk.com/forum/viewt...hp?f=3&t=28680

    https://www.rig-talk.com/forum/viewt...p?f=3&t=165245

    You can get the older more obscure ENGLs for fucking nothing. I've bought like, 3 of their older rack preamps from the Straight era on ebay all for under $250.

    It's only the less serious Lynch fans that think all of his tones are Soldano. He's played through a bunch of amps.

    At the very end of the DVD. He's just improving and he is going into a Boss SD-1 (Blonde Pedal) into the Purple Marshall.

    Yeah, he is ENGL tone is awful in that DVD however. I'd love to hear the records he used them on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    I love Lynch but that improv sounds like butt.
    I've been to a couple of his clinics, and that's how he's been every time.

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