#1
http://www.grangeramp.com/index.php

i was browsing amp demos in youtube and i come across this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c67EW13Hspk&feature=channel

the amp sounded awesome so i checked some of his other amps and now im really GASing for his Lead Overdrive 100 and his G50 Firestorm...
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#2
dang, it sounds pretty good.
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#3
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dang, it sounds pretty good.

and almost all of his amps cost 1600-1000
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#5
That Delicious (according to the youtube more info description) is a cross between and SLO and a Recto....interesting...
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That Delicious (according to the youtube more info description) is a cross between and SLO and a Recto....interesting...

the Lead Overdrive 100 is a modified Delicious and its only 1650 new
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#7
Very nice....but alas, I am not in the market for a new amp. My F-50 suits me just fine. Unless an amazing deal for a nice British voiced amp with a decent amount of gain comes my way. But for now, I'm great.
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#8
sound control's (before they went bust) rebranded version of the epiphone amps were called "grainger"... but that one you've linked to appears to be different.

never heard of them, unfortunately. are you anywhere close to them? you could check them out. Certainly that youtube clip sounded pretty badass.

i like the look of the lead overdrive one, i'm guessing that's based on a soldano. though the soundclip was a little dark, i'd prefer a little more brightness (but not as much as a plexi)- though it did brighten a bit when the lead started.
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#9
They just look like plexi clones and hot rodded plexi circuits to me, nothing that uncommon, something that a lot of makers do well, I'm sure they sound great. The M50 demo does the 50 watter sound pretty well.
#12
well, i think next time i'm in the market for a new amp i'll definitely check out their 2204 plexi
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Wow, that sounds freaking amazing. Not what I'm looking for atm but still incredible sounding

the Lead Overdrive 100 is the one you are looking for
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#17
hmm the plexi clones are delicious sounding
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