#1
OK I already have a thread up. But I think I've made a choice.

either a Ceriatone 18w a Peavey delta Blues. or a Traynor YCV50.

possibly a ceriatone Superlead100 also. But I don't really wanna buy a cab. But if you can suggest a nice cheap cab I might get this
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#2
I think the Ceriatone and the Peavey will do what they do a little bit better than the Traynor, but the Traynor will be quite a bit more versatile than the other two.
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#3
well what do you think will be better for me then?

I play mostly classic rock and Blues with a bit of metal thrown in for good mesure not very much though. I really like Old Plexi tone and well Boston.
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#4
In that case I'd go for the Traynor. It does "old Marshall" quite well and is easy to manipulate into getting good metal tones with a minimum of pedals. It's voiced closer to a 2204 JCM800 than anything else in my opinion and really shines with moderate gain tones.
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#5
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Also the Classics can sound very Marshall like with the right EQing, tubes and speaker. With an OD they can get into metal teritory. I wanted to try out a traynor before I bought my Classic but no one carried them around me, so I tried the C30 and really I am very happy with with it. They really are great amps and can imulate many old school amps very well. Don't get me wrong, my amp doesn't sound just like a Marshall JCM 800 for example, but I can make it sounds very very similar. When I boost it with my Tube Screamer it sounds very hard and can pull off some of Nu-metal, its close to "enough" but just not the right type of tone for that.
#6
hmmm. well it dosen't have to be a GREAT metal tone just OK cause I don't play it enough. I'm just worried about Classic rock and blues. those are the ones I really need to know about. But as long as it pulls of plexi it looks like traynor it is.
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Brett has been saving for a splawn for 4 years
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yawn


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When he finally gets one it'll probably be televised like the Berlin Wall coming down.
The end of an era