#1
I use a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe for everything right now, but I was thinking of a matchless or Orange amp for a distorted signal. I play blues and jazz and ROCK, what do you think?
Guitars:
Gibson SG Standard
Gibson ES-137
Gibson Les Paul 54' Goldtop VOS

through a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
#2
Quote by eguitar95
I use a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe for everything right now, but I was thinking of a matchless or Orange amp for a distorted signal. I play blues and jazz and ROCK, what do you think?


Personally I say Orange, I don't much like the slight mid fuzz that Matchless seem to have in all the demos I've seen.
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#3
very different sounds you need to figure out what you actually like.
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#4
Matchless
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#6
so you are going to use the fender for cleans and the other for dirt? or replace the fender with an amp that does cleans and crunch?