#1
Whats the difference between these two amps, other than the C1 having a tone cut and seperate inputs? also how much of a hassle would it be to switch between inputs on the C1, especially in a gig setting? thanks
#2
I believe the C1 has a Celestion Greenback speaker and the CC1 has a Wharfdale (sp?) speaker.

And I think the C1 and a normal and top boost channel while the CC1 has just a top boost channel.
#3
Quote by jesus=dinosaur
Whats the difference between these two amps, other than the C1 having a tone cut and seperate inputs? also how much of a hassle would it be to switch between inputs on the C1, especially in a gig setting? thanks


Well if you get the C1 with the different inputs you are going to have to get an A/B/Y switch to switch between the two channels so you don't have to remove your input cable every time you switch between the two.
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#4
The CC1 is widely known as being built much worse with a lot of corners being cut. Reliability issues galore. I have a C1 and love it fwiw.
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#5
Quote by ozzybob
I believe the C1 has a Celestion Greenback speaker and the CC1 has a Wharfdale (sp?) speaker.

And I think the C1 and a normal and top boost channel while the CC1 has just a top boost channel.


i just checked and your right, it seems the C1 is better, in my opinion at least
#6
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The CC1 is widely known as being built much worse with a lot of corners being cut. Reliability issues galore. I have a C1 and love it fwiw.


I have a CC1, and it has a lot of mods, but I think its better than the C1s, but maybe its just cause its modded.
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