#1
Hey, recently I've been looking at getting a Crate V32 Palomino, but now it looks that a Crate V33 might be what I'll be getting. I'm just wondering how these two compare, I'm assuming they are similar, I'm just wondering how similar soundwise, especially on the Clean Channel, will the V33 still give me those Marshally Cleans I'm looking for?

Thanks!
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#2
I haven't played the V32 Palomino, but I have a V33H head. The cleans are awesome, but probably more Fender if anything not marshall. Although I'm not sure on the difference, since I've mostly played Fenders not Marshalls. The cleans break up like Fender at least, when dimed and aggressively picking. I use the clean channel and layer on either the overdrive or the fuzz, or both depending on what I'm doing.
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#3
The V series amps have a similar circuit to the Soldano SLO (which in turn is a hotrodded Marshall Plexi) so I guess they're similar to Marshalls, but only on the gain channel.

They're similar, the only difference between them is the Palomino amps were made in America while the V series amps were made in Vietnam.
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Hmm thanks guys, anybody else know anything?
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I have a Palomino v50 and I would say the cleans are very British, kind of like if you crossed Marshall cleans with the cleans of a Vox AC30
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I have a Palomino v50 and I would say the cleans are very British, kind of like if you crossed Marshall cleans with the cleans of a Vox AC30

Yeah, I know what the Palomino is like, but I've had Little success at finding one at a manageable Price, so that's why I might be going for the V33, and I'm wondering the V33 cleans are like the V32 Palomino cleans.
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Fender 09 Standard Strat>Wilson Ten Spot II Wah>Boss DS-2 Turbo Distortion>EHX Big Muff Pi>Boss CE-2 Chorus>Crate V32 Palomino 212
Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass>(Same Pedals)>AcousticB20

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#7
Allright, anybody else, the more info the better
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Fender 09 Standard Strat>Wilson Ten Spot II Wah>Boss DS-2 Turbo Distortion>EHX Big Muff Pi>Boss CE-2 Chorus>Crate V32 Palomino 212
Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass>(Same Pedals)>AcousticB20

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#8
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The V series amps have a similar circuit to the Soldano SLO (which in turn is a hotrodded Marshall Plexi) so I guess they're similar to Marshalls, but only on the gain channel.

They're similar, the only difference between them is the Palomino amps were made in America while the V series amps were made in Vietnam.


not all of the V series are made in vietnam, i have a V30 not palamino, it's american..