#1
So I've narrowed my search for an amp down to two. Either the DR Z Remedy or the 65 amps london pro head and cab. Which one do you guys think gets a better overdriven tone? The london pro sounds better to me right now. I'm aiming for an amp with a black crowes type tone and can still get pretty sweet lead sounds. If there's any amps around the $2500 range that would sound better, feel free to suggest.
#2
Not 100% sure it's what you're looking for,
but I'd take a look at the Two Rock line anyway.
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#3
well, the black crowes guitarist uses Reason amps....also very nice.

the both are really great amp brands, its a crap shoot at that point and preference. what models specifically?
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#4
I'm being a bit of a homer here but I'd go with the Dr Z. I admit theyre both way over my head though.
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#5
i would say the 65 amps line as a whole offers a big more bells and whistles, tonal variations, power soaks etc. that makes them way more appealing for me.

dr z. s are amazing amps, but its more of a set and forget type tone. you pick the flavor and there not much changing it. thier controls make a lot of difference, bot often there is not many of them. the non master volume models are VERY LOUD and have a TON of headroom.

dont get me wrong, they are incredible amps. but personally i would want one with a master volume if i was playing in my house. i would definitely want a lot of help from the guitar output/tone/volume knobs, and pedals to get gain variations out of a Dr. Z.
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#6
At that budget, it's all preference, really. I'd look at Matchless as well. Maybe a Fargen if it's available, but it'll be top of your budget if you're buying new, I think.
#7
i mean if we are throwing other brands into the mix, Cornford, CEC, framus....

i mean at 2500 you really dont have too much limitation. its all about features and tonal variations.
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