#2
i think the new one has a vintage 30 speaker, while the older ones had a 70/80? the vintage 30 is a superior speaker to the other one... not too sure if there are any other differences.
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#3
^ I think that's the only difference. Maybe something in the electronics but it's unlikely.
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#4
The price?
Mounting a new v30 might be cheaper on a old screamer
And a second hand screamer probably needs new tubes
#5
The price of the new thunders and screamers only went up by about £10-20 ($20-40.. well i have no idea what the current rate is) however the older ones might be reduced in price if you can find any, if they aren't reduced then it's worth the extra money
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