#1
It has come down to these two amps. Both, as I have been told are good amps, however I heard the same thing about the DRRI. The problem I had with DRRI is that there was not enough clean headroom for country and jazz. I am going to sell the DRRI and my Marshall JCM DSL 50 to pay for one of these amps.

Sebago Sound Double Trouble 50($1600)
cons- NO REVERB, only 50 watts(Clean Headroom).


Music Man HD130 modded by Andy Fuchs into an ODS($1100) rated at 100 watts
cons- Not an original Production model
Pros- Half power switch if 100 watts is too much, REVERB!!

There it is. I am leaning towards the Fuchs because of the reverb. Even though, I have never heard a really good reverb on an amp before. I didn't like the reverb on the Roland JC-120. Truthful, the best reverb I have heard is on my Spider III 30 watt combo.

I just need a good amp to gig with playing Country, Jazz, Rock, and Blues. I'm not looking for the Holy Grail or signature tone.
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#2
Go with the music man. My band mate plays a hd150 and those things are sweet amps.
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#3
Awesome! Any other opinions?
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#4
Has anyone played the Double Trouble 50?
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#5
Depends. How much do you like the Dumble sound?

The Fuchs ODS will do that very well.
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#6
keep in mind that the fuchs mod takes almost everything out of the amp and replaces it, so it won't sound anything like a music man
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#7
Dumble is famous for overdrive or clean sounds?

that is good to hear Ibanez,...I was told the only thing remaining in the music man is the iron.

I think I am gonna go with the Fuchs at this point. Thanks for all input and advice!
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Dumble is famous for overdrive or clean sounds?

that is good to hear Ibanez,...I was told the only thing remaining in the music man is the iron.

I think I am gonna go with the Fuchs at this point. Thanks for all input and advice!


Well, it's called the Overdrive Special for a reason...

But it does both. Santana's used one, Robben Ford, John Mayer, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and more.
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#10
d-style amps are known for both. great cleans and great overdrive.

well great if you are into bluez. not so great for metal.
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