#1
I just got a fender 52 telecaster and i been wanting to start trying to play some bluegrass and country stuff on it and i was just wondering if anybody has any ideas on a good amp that would give me that warm country sound and sound good with my tele. thanks guys.
#2
how much $ you have?
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#3
Some kinda Fender Twin?

EDIT: *reads original post again* Warm? I always thought the archetypical country sound was as bright and twangy, yet even as possible (Fender with a bright switch on and all the knobs set at 5)?
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#5
the vox ac30 would be good. i think a traynor amp would be worth a look too. check out sound clips on youtube.
#6
An AC30 would be good for warm country tones, and a Twin reverb for brighter tones.
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#7
for country i would go with, (depending on budget and power needs) a fender twin or deluxe reverb, or any of the old tweed style amps.
an ac30 would work well for the modern country stuff, but we're not into that, are we?
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#8
im thinking a jc 120 or ac 30 or maybe even a bogner uberschall?
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#9
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im thinking a jc 120 or ac 30 or maybe even a bogner uberschall?


Wat?
I've played an uber. Definitely not country amps.
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#10
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Wat?
I've played an uber. Definitely not country amps.


Haha. Even I couldn't make one of those bastards twang and sing.

Now the XTC on the other hand.....


****. I just gave myself GAS.

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#12
Warm? Go British (Vox AC30/50 or Marshall JCM-800)
Twangy? Go American (Fender, Fender, and then there is a Fender) (Blues Delux or maybe Hot Rod)
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#13
An 800? That might do it but the breakup isn't exactly country. If you were going to get a Marshall and wanted a little more country friendly drive you could look at a JTM45, Bluesbreaker, or 18 Watt. Thought, I wouldn't really suggest a Marshall for playing country.

A Fender Deluxe Reverb would be good, as would basically any of the Fender Reverb amps like the Twin and the Super. A Fender Bassman is pretty much the quintessential country amp, but it's on the other side of the spectrum away from the blackface Fenders. A Blues Junior would do it, and I would stay away from the others in the Hot Rod Series. They're not bad amps, they're just not outstanding.

A Vox AC30 would work too, as would a Peavey Classic 30.

That's a fairly big list, but you haven't given us a budget so look at those, try them out, and see which ones fit your price and which ones you like best.
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