#1
Hey, yup , I still shopping for an amp. I think I narrowed it down to the fender twinamp and the twin reverb. Besides teh fact that the twinamp has an drive channel witch of the two has a better sound quality???
The pros and cons of each if its possible .
#2
have you tried either one of them?
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#3
haha , well yeah i have actually, I just wanted a second opinion. The drive channel on the twinamp didnt impress me too much. I like more classic rock. I have a fulltone fulldrive 2 and boss gt6 so id be pretty much gettyin my delays. overdrives, chorus etc from there. I just want a good CLEAN sounding amp.
I was just looking for a second opinion.
#4
well what exactly are you going to use the amp for? Recording? Gigging? Because 100 watts tube is... well quite a lot.

Edit: The twin reverb does have kickass cleans IMO if that's what you're looking for. You could plug a squire with stock pickups and it will still sound good... well maybe not but you get the point.
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#5
well, for everything pretty much , i play in church ,we play everything from rock, to really clean stuff etc. Ill be using it for gigs, recordings etcetc.
#6
for recording, it will be way too loud to crank and get the full sound. 100 watts tube = unbearable cranked in room smaller than pro-sized basketball arena .
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#7
Okay, I agree there. I mean ill be playin live ALOT more than recording, i mean i wont be doing THAT many recordings . the only recordings ill be doing regularly are live ones. But talk about the SOUND quiality . Its has awesome sound dont it?
#9
They both have awesome cleans. Out of the two though, I like the twinamp's tone a bit better.
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