#1
New amp - Cornford harlequin.

Snagged for £350.10 on ebay.

Money well spent as far as I'm concerned.




FOR SALE:

Wilkinson EZ lok Tuners - £15
Dunlop 535q Multiwah - £80

Offers/Trades anyone?
#7
badass. What do you think of it?
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#8
I would love to play thru that!!! Congratz HNAD
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#9
really cool!
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#10
Cool!! I used one of these at college to do record a live cover of "just" by radiohead, it sounded great on the recording as well as in person!!

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#11
You bought that off of a fellow forumite over at HCAF!

Great score!
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#13
VERY nice man.
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#14
Never tried one but congrats on the new gear.
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#15
sweet amp. i played the carrera (pretty much the same as the harly) a few weeks ago and LOVED it. i know it does classic rock/blues great because thats what i played on it. but how does it handle metal? does it have the low end/tighness to play metal?
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badass. What do you think of it?


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Cornfords come stock with V30's, don't they??

How does it sound?



Sounds very rich and tasty, exactly what I was hoping for, would definitely recommend to almost anyone who wanted a small valve amp for home use. It's much more versatile than I expected too, not just a one trick pony.

although driven it sounds phenomenal, it actually has some really nice, warm cleans on it at lower volumes


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You bought that off of a fellow forumite over at HCAF!

Great score!

Didn't know that, cool

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i know it does classic rock/blues great because thats what i played on it. but how does it handle metal? does it have the low end/tighness to play metal?


I'm going to be straight with you, I really don't play enough metal to give a fair opinion, sorry. I will say that there's probably not enough gain just in the amp to play the really brutal stuff, but with an overdrive in front I'd say it would probably handle some metal if you wanted it to.

Basically - if you play mostly Classic rock and blues, with metal very occasionally, then buy one right now. If you're looking for something to play metal on pretty much all the time, I'm pretty certain there are better amps out there for you
FOR SALE:

Wilkinson EZ lok Tuners - £15
Dunlop 535q Multiwah - £80

Offers/Trades anyone?
#17
Quote by TheFunkyAvocado
sweet amp. i played the carrera (pretty much the same as the harly) a few weeks ago and LOVED it. i know it does classic rock/blues great because thats what i played on it. but how does it handle metal? does it have the low end/tighness to play metal?


depends on what you mean by metal. I got up to 80s metallica and other 80s metal on the carrera i tried (i assume with a boost you could get heavier, but i didn't try it with a boost); however, from memory, i thought some of the other cornfords got a bit heavier.

Quote by samuwel
(a) Sounds very rich and tasty, exactly what I was hoping for, would definitely recommend to almost anyone who wanted a small valve amp for home use. It's much more versatile than I expected too, not just a one trick pony.

although driven it sounds phenomenal, it actually has some really nice, warm cleans on it at lower volumes


(b) I'm going to be straight with you, I really don't play enough metal to give a fair opinion, sorry. I will say that there's probably not enough gain just in the amp to play the really brutal stuff, but with an overdrive in front I'd say it would probably handle some metal if you wanted it to.

Basically - if you play mostly Classic rock and blues, with metal very occasionally, then buy one right now. If you're looking for something to play metal on pretty much all the time, I'm pretty certain there are better amps out there for you


(a) thanks, glad you like it

(b) yeah, i'd agree with that assessment, assuming the carrera sounds pretty similar to the harley (i've only tried the carrera). I'd say even more hard rock, to my ears it was a bit more modern-sounding than most classic rock amps I've tried.
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Quote by K33nbl4d3
I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

Quote by K33nbl4d3
Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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Et tu, br00tz?