#1
Hey all-

I'm looking for a reasonably priced (under $500 would be GREAT), lower wattage/volume tube amp. I'm running a 100-watt 2x12 combo, and in a lot of cases it's just way too much. I know a lot of low wattage combos are really only decent sounding if you've got them cranked, so I need some advice weeding through them.

I'm looking for an amp that'll push over drums for rehearsal with a 5 piece band (drums, bass, two guitars, keyboards), and work for smaller performances. I've gotta have a really good clean tone (anything from super-jangly clean to reasonably dirty breakup is fine, so long as it's still in the realm of "clean"). Distortion would be nice, but not a dealbreaker, and I'm not picky about the voicing, as long as it doesn't sound cheap. Needs good reverb, gotta be reasonably light, and has to take effects well.

Thanks
#2
Take a look at the Egnater tweaker 15 sounds like what you're after + it comes as a combo or stack so take your pick Hope this helps
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#3
Quote by Guild King
I'm running a 100-watt 2x12 combo, and in a lot of cases it's just way too much.
Does it not have a volume knob? Why not use it? I use my 100w tube amp in my bedroom and get great tones at low volumes.
#5
Quote by Ian_the_fox
Does it not have a volume knob? Why not use it? I use my 100w tube amp in my bedroom and get great tones at low volumes.


It's a little thin at low volumes, and it weighs 86 pounds- more than I want to carry to band practice twice a week, or to a small gig where I don't have a ton of other gear.
#6
Quote by MrWilson6
Take a look at the Egnater tweaker 15 sounds like what you're after + it comes as a combo or stack so take your pick Hope this helps


Does that amp have a footswitch?