#1
Hey guys, i saw this amp and it looks like a pretty good amp..after all it's a traynor. I'm not really worried about the distortion on this thing because i have a zoom606 myself and it produces awesome distortion and metal sounds even through a crappy amp. What im concerned with is the sound? Can i use this amp for shows?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Guitar/Amps?sku=480968
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#2
Quote by Rollingstone24
Hey guys, i saw this amp and it looks like a pretty good amp..after all it's a traynor. I'm not really worried about the distortion on this thing because i have a zoom606 myself and it produces awesome distortion and metal sounds even through a crappy amp. What im concerned with is the sound? Can i use this amp for shows?

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Guitar/Amps?sku=480968



that statement in bold is RETARTED. all brands make bad amps.

No. i wouldnt buy it. Look at the roland cube or vox ad series.
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#3
It's a solid state Traynor, and probably won't be that great.

Look into the amps he suggested^^^

You get the FX and distortions built in, and they're good ones.... unlike the Zoom, which I had once...
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#5
^Yea, but does it look like he's got thousands to spend if he's looking at a $100ish amp?
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Don't be afraid to care"

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#6
Quote by smooth9825
that statement in bold is RETARTED. all brands make bad amps.

No. i wouldnt buy it. Look at the roland cube or vox ad series.




It's alright, but there's better amps.