#5
I really like mine. A TS9 will give it plenty of distortion if needed. And the tone knob on the reverb is pretty nice. Had mine 3 years with original tubes and no problems.
#6
I know a local guitar shop owner that keeps one in his store, & he wears by it & gigs with it. It sounds pretty decent overall, better than many amps I've heard. Crank it a bit & it's hard to get bad tone from one.
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yeah, i really liked the one i tried- i'm with paper sun. it's a bit like an engl screamer in that respect, it'll do metal reasonably well if you don't only play metal (if you do, you're probably best to look elsewhere, e.g. 5150 etc.), but it's more of an all-round amp, kind of thing.
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