Hey i looked up a bit of information from the infamous search bar, but i'd like a bit more information on these amps. It'd be cool if someone could give me a good description of their sound and maybe a sound clip or two should do.
Thanks in advance
Thanks in advance
I have a Traynor Bass Mate 25 and Guitar Mate 15, they're obviously cheap amps. I just use them for practicing in my room and they're not bad for that.
The Traynor Blue is THE most versatile amplifier under $1000, PERIOD. Any tube traynor is a great amp.
Very marshall sound too them. I tried the YCV50 blue. Great cleans, amazing OD, enough gain for metal I'd reckon. I found when I tried one I was able to get an amazing lead sound out of it.
Never played one but heard nothing but good things. Supposed to be very versitile, marshally sounding, and above all, excellent amps.
I think they're Canadian made and good for a variety of styles. That's all I know.
I brought home the YCV Blue yesterday and I'm already in love with it. I run a standard Telecaster and a standard Les Paul through it, both with amazing results. It's a brilliant amp and is well worth the money.
I have the Traynor YCV40WR. It has a Celestion Vintage 30 and just sounds amazing. Traynors are definetly built great and sound amazing. I payed only like 450 for mine, its definetly teh best bang for your buck.
I was looking into them with the other guitarist in my band and he siggested the YCS50 112. I originally decided i didnt like it simply because i think that its ugly, but i decided id give anything a shot since anything could be better than my current amp. So then, whats this model like
it has more features than the blue or 40wr, it has a direct line out for recording(or jacking into a pa system, your choice) has a scoop function, brit/usa switch(very interesting for messing around, really does get more spongy in brit mode), also has a modern switch witch gives a little more gain and makes the sound bolder I think, and above all a wattage switch that allows the amp to switch between 50 and 15 watts. I believe it runs off of 6l6 tubes