my little 5W monster

18 Dec my little 5W monster


Ádám Dobos

I'm Adam, and I'm a contributor here on solodallas.com. I'm a 21 year-old AC/DC fan, and player, from Hungary. I also play other classic rock and blues stuff, like Led Zeppelin, Guns'n'Roses, Free, The Who, Van Halen, and many many others. I'm a true fan of this stuff. I've been playing for quite a few years now.

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    Posted at 20:04h, 05 January

    whats the first song? i think i know it from somewhere!!

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    Posted at 14:41h, 21 December

    This sounds amazing! More videos please with AC/DC tone. Thanks.

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      Dobos Ádám
      Posted at 21:14h, 21 December

      well, I’m planning to do a shootout between this, and a Marshall 1959 Super Lead 100W handwired plexi. I want this shootout to be based on the AC/DC tone, so just stay tuned 😉 I’ll probably upload it (to here) on saturday, or on sunday. stay tuned 😉

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        Posted at 20:18h, 05 January

        I’m looking forward, thats a very interesting topic.

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    Posted at 12:55h, 21 December

    It sounds great! (Love the song and the band you’re playing too)

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    Posted at 03:25h, 19 December

    I have that head as well mate. I absolutely love it!

    Great playing as well.

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      Dobos Ádám
      Posted at 12:49h, 21 December

      cool. I’m going to do a shootout between this little thing, and a Marshall 1959 super lead, on the same cabinet, with the same guitar, so everything else will be the same, I will change only the amps. Stay tuned 😉

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    Dobos Ádám
    Posted at 19:27h, 18 December

    What do you think, Fil? In this video I’m not playing AC/DC and the amp is set to a bit higher gain level than I usually use with AC/DC, but I guess you can still tell that it sounds killer, especially that this is only a 5W “match box” 😛 btw, I recorded the whole thing through my home-made 2×12″ cabinet, which has the size of the old marshall 4×10″. It’s called the 2061CX cabinet at marshall’s. It has two reissue greenbacks in it

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