#1
ok, so i was suggested to buy a new amp... but all i want is an amp that has a really good clean channel. i never really cared for the overdrive channel for example on some amps. so, what would be the best, clean only, head or half stack?
#3
fender twin reverbs are amazing but expensive
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#4
Depends on what kind of clean you want.

Country?
Jazz?
Bright?
Warm?
Bassy?
Acoustic-like?

And give us a budget too.
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#5
any price would do, i kinda want a warm clean tone but im not sure. Im sure i can use an EQ to change it though right?
#6
You'd better off buying an amp that has both a good clean and od channel and not use only pedals for your distrotion.
A Traynor YCV 40 fits that description
#7
Search Bar amplifiers.....oh wait...
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#8
Would you EVER be using distortion?

Fenders can be quite amazing for clean sounds.
Last edited by Les Paul Ell at Jan 9, 2012,
#9
I just want is a clean amp where i would only be using the clean channel. yes i would use distortion/OD.... etc i have all that on my pedal board. i dont ever use the OD channel on my amp or the high gain channel... just an amp head would be nice so i can add it to my cabinets.
#10
The Roland Jazz Chorus is a great clean amp...and actually has a decent OD channel too (most people will disagree with me...or have never used it...or both)...but the VOX AC30 has great cleans too.
#11
sounds great! but will it make a difference if i use one of these heads on a 120 watt cab?