#1
Can get John Mayer tones?

If not, care to suggest something that could? Granted not in the Two Rock price range, but yeah.
#3
get the blues deluxe reissue... or the deville two by twelve (lighter and sounds better)...

or the deluxe reverb...

and yeah with some single coils and a tube screamer it should easily do john mayer.
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#4
Sorry for adding even more questions, but how is the going the 2x10 sound any better? Humble question, I hope.
#5
^its a two by twelve... the bigger speakers give more bass response than the multiple smaller speakers.
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#7
^If you want more clean headroom.

If you want cleans Deville>Deluxe
If you want OD Deluxe>Deville
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#8
I really appreciate all the help. Really. More questions?

Can't think of any now, but I'm sure I'll be back shortly.
#9
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the blues deluxe just isnt as loud and has slightly better gain
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#11
I'd try the deluxe reverb reissue. The clean tone and light OD is much smoother and warmer than that of the hot rod/blues series. It has less gain but mayer doesn't use much anyway, and you can always use a tubescreamer or something to bump it a little.
#12
Yeah. Granted. Is the price still just as justifiable? Should I be turned off by the fact that it's only 700 dollars or excited by it?
#13
For 700 bucks, you get fantastic cleans, and a great cranked tone.
Sadly, the low volume overdrive really isn't good.
I think 700 bucks is better spent on a peavey classic, IMO.
Not sure that it'll do John Mayer, but it'll crank out great tones.
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#15
I would go with a 212 personally. Also maybe look into the Peavey Classic series. The cleans are just as good and the drive is MUCH better IMO. The Fenders are great but they are pretty much just made solely for cleans. If thats all you need then its probably the perfect amp then.
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#16
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I'm pretty intent on doing john mayer. In the musical sense of the term.


Lol. Noice.
Alright, the Fender will be for you then.
Peavey Classics are more for chunkier tones aside from JM's smooth tone.
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#17
^Sounds good. Saw some demo videos of the Blues Deluxe. Sounds pretty smooth. And could do other things.
#18
Alright, I guess now all you have to do is try it out!
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#19
Mmhm. I've been greedy lately. Just got a Martin 000-28EC. So I suppose it is a relatively inexpensive purchase.