#1
A really easy question. Do the Royal Atlantic has all the different tones you get from the Transatlantic? (Top Boost, Clipped Tweed and Boogie Lead). Don't tell me about the Power Soak, the wattage difference and all that stuff I already Know. Just that, those sounds xD.
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#2
Power soak, the wattage difference and all that stuff
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#3
From the circuit switching, it doesn't look as feature packed as the TA15 or TA30.

However, this might be because the TA15 and TA30 have a lot less space to work with, so the circuit switches might be there to give access to tones within through a switch.

On the other than, the TA100 could have access to those similar sounds without the need for a circuit switch.

I know it doesn't answer your question, but the TA100 might have access to those same sounds, but not require a circuit switch.

Best way to find out? Road trip to bugger your local guitar store
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#4
Does the fact that they've called it "Royal" mean that its more British voiced? I've never tried either, Mesas are as rare as hen's teeth here. That's whey you never see me giving any advice about them.
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#5
Quote by ragingkitty
From the circuit switching, it doesn't look as feature packed as the TA15 or TA30.

However, this might be because the TA15 and TA30 have a lot less space to work with, so the circuit switches might be there to give access to tones within through a switch.

On the other than, the TA100 could have access to those similar sounds without the need for a circuit switch.

I know it doesn't answer your question, but the TA100 might have access to those same sounds, but not require a circuit switch.

Best way to find out? Road trip to bugger your local guitar store


Thank you, you are always helpful . Sadly where I live the best amp you can try out is a Peavey Valveking or Marshall VST... Guitar stores suck around here . I buy everything on internet or from other people...