#1
My friend is selling his twin reverb for 500$, and considering I only have the VOX AD50, i thinks a really good decision. I havnt had a chance to play it, but hes a trustworthy guy (and who knows sh!t as he built his own amp) and hes only getting rid of it because his selfmade amp is better. Its a bit old, but its a twin reverb so I dont really care. The additional money would be a problem. So my questions are
A. Is it worth buying...and..
B. How should I sell my amp (ie ebay, guitar center, want ads)
#3
yeah you should get it, i really like twin reverbs and its worth it, but as for for vox, i donno how much you'd be able to get for it since its a pretty common amp but what do i know.
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#4
You won't get much for the vox. You're probably better off keeping it and using it for more distorted sounds.
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#5
What kind of music do you play? Fender Twins are know for their cleans and reverb, not their dirty, distorted sounds. You will have to get a good OD pedal like a Tubescreamer or Fulltone or something. Keep that in mind, but for 500, go for it. They are 600-800 on ebay. Oh yeah, sell your Vox privately on Craigslists or ebay.
You'll get the most money for it there.
#6
i own a twin. i love the cleans. but you'll need a pedal for dirty stuff.
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#7
sorry to but in, but i have never heard a twin reverb being used with a distortion pedal. Does it properly give a distorted sound or just a really loud- slightly distorted sound. Not the clearest of Q's but basically if you used a 'metal' pedal with it would you really get 'metal'!!
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#8
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sorry to but in, but i have never heard a twin reverb being used with a distortion pedal. Does it properly give a distorted sound or just a really loud- slightly distorted sound. Not the clearest of Q's but basically if you used a 'metal' pedal with it would you really get 'metal'!!


well, i wouldn't know. the highest i take my distortion is about creed level. i could ho higher, but i don't play that stuff. i cna do pinch harmonics and all that crazy shiznit too
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#9
I would buy it. They are absoutley killer. I'm sure there is a good pedal to drive the sucker as well!