#1
I have been looking for a good clean fender amp head, and have run across these Twin Reverb II heads. obviously i wouldn't be using the drive channel on the Twin Reverb II, but how does its clean compare to the real thing, so to speak? Any other reccomendations for a good clean head, around 100 watts, as i already have a Dual Rectifier for all my distortion needs and need this to be as clean as possible. The genres i play vary from blues-rock to classic and some modern metal, but I also want to have good cleans when i need them that are pristine, and won't distort very easily.
#2
A Dual Rec for blues rock and classic rock??

BLASPHEMY I SAY. How dare you.

As it were, just get the regular one.
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#3
i would prefer a head, but i can make do with a combo, its just easier with a head, they are lighter, i have my 2x12 with certain speakers in it, it kind of makes life easier. If the combo is reccommended as the best, then i will take it, but suggestions for good heads will be appreciated. thanks
#4
based on what you're looking for, if you want pristine cleans on the cheap, pick up a silverface twin reverb (late 60's/early 70's). i know you're looking for a head, but you can eventually buy a head cabinet if you get tired of hauling around this monster.
Main Gear:
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster
Dr. Z Maz 18 Jr. NR, Vintage Fender Twin Reverb (early SF)
Effects from Wampler, Keeley, and others

Session Guitarist out of Pittsburgh
#5
The TR II has an 'insane' distortion channel that's brutal.
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