#2
That's because it's brand new, probably not out in the shops yet.
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Fender Strat/Tokai LS80>few pedals>Orange Rocker 30
#3
yup, not available yet...
Epiphone Les Paul Studio
Boss Metalzone
Peavey Bandit

#5
If you're dead set on a half stack, most of traynors combo's enable you to detach the pre/power-amp from the speaker, so you can hook it up to a 4x12 cab.
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#6
I don't really want a halfstack, but I was thinking that this head would work better for playing with high gain. I'm looking for a second choice to the insanely expensive Rivera Knucklehead Reverb.
#7
The head looks interesting, if its anything like the YCV series it should perform extremely well, and be fairly cheap

Yes, you can detach most any Traynor amp from its speaker and hook it up to a cab

The warranty is fantastic too, 2 year UNCONDITIONAL warranty. You could throw it down your stairs and they'll fix it/replace it
Guitars
MIM Fender Telecaster
Art & Lutherie Cedar
1969 EKO Ranchero
G&L Tribute L2500

Amps
Traynor YCV40WR
Yorkville BM400H
Peavey TVX 4x10

Effects
Behringer DSP1000
Dunlop GCB95 Wah
Digitech HotRod
BBE Sonic Stomp
#8
Quote by wyldewon
I don't really want a halfstack, but I was thinking that this head would work better for playing with high gain. I'm looking for a second choice to the insanely expensive Rivera Knucklehead Reverb.

Knuckleheads are high gain, as far as I know...
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