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Roland JC120, Musicman HD130, Peavey Classic Chorus 212. They're all basically the same amp. I think the MM and Peavey are hybrids. Same idea though.
It's stereo amp, and I don't think it's tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works.
For that money + shipping I can send you an almost new v30 in a week
Digging a bit I found v30s for that kinda money myself, but the best bang for the buck I found was for G12T75 - yesterday I bought one for £33 + £7 shipping.
Anyway WGS makes a nice v30 copy, don't really remember how that's called but it goes for something like $70/80 new.
Show me a low wattage alternative to the Bogner Uberschall, Soldano SLO, Laney VH100r, Marshall JCM800, Peavey JSX, Mesa Mark series, Splawn Nitro, Diezel VH4, Hiwatt. I can go on, do you want me to?
Fact is just because you deem it overkill to many it is not and they are footing the bill not you
WTF are you smoking?
Some amp are only available as 100 watt amps.
No you don't need the power most likely but it's the only way to get some sounds
What is the advantage of low watts and can they keep up with a 100 watt amp?
The Krank Jr series is very overlooked. I have the 1980 Jr (20watt), it is a great amp. I use it for band practice so I don't have to carry a 60lbs marshall head around. Used the Jr series runs $300-$400 that is great for a MIA amp.
The Rev Jr Pro is on my short list of amps to get this coming up year.
-MXR's OD, GT or ZW (pretty much identical circuit to the tube screamer but cheaper).
That was my point, your not far off anew tube price. Traynor pisses me off. I live 3 hours away from the factory, yet they have the lowest bang for the buck.
I've got it working but for some reason i keep getting a really annoying shreik feedback when i mute the strings and also when i turn on the the OD-808 it creates a noticable feedback/ hum even when the NS-2 is on. The Ns-2 does cancel out the hum, but still leaves the OD-808 hum and takes some time 2-5 seconds to completely remove the feedback. Here is a vid showing it :
I used this method :
Guitar Out to NS2 Input
NS2 Send to Effects Chain to Amp Input
Effects Loop Send to NS2 Return
NS2 Output to Power Amp In
I've put mute on and had both parameters on highest and still have these problems
gonnabe hard to hit perfectly SRV tone cuz he was playing on Dumble amps.
+1 for the blackface, IMO a great pickups
Lace pickups are great too
im just trying to get in the ball park lol..I've been hearing good things about the VOX AC15vr, has anyone played through it and how does it compare to the fender blues jr?