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Discussion in 'Ampage Area' started by Stefan87, Mar 16, 2021.
They got Blackstar amps there? Those are killer.
Yes we do, quite a few actually, any recommendations as I don't know too much about them?
I have a little ID Core 10 that i love, it's a SS Modeler but they make some sweet tube combos too like the HT Club 40.
Have seen a few HT Club 60's for sale so will have a look at that line and see what they are like.
Yeah, those and Marshall DSL's are cool. I got a little 1w DSL head that rips.
Wow!...page 6 and the Fender Pro Junior IV hasn’t been recommended! When gigging with my band it’s the amp I gig with most, by far. My other amps are a 57 Deluxe and a Deluxe Reverb. I love them all but the Pro Junior works great live. The 10” speaker (Weber Blue Pup) is not as directional and fills the room better than the 12” speakers. It’s plenty loud enough. I actually use an attenuator (Dr Z Brake Lite) for most gigs.
When playing solo gigs, I use AmpliTube into my Bose L1 Compact.
A Silverface Fender Pro Reverb.
40 watts. Affectionately known as the "baby Twin". You can pick one up for around $600. It's the unsung hero of
I have stayed out of this since I don’t gig. But I would add if you like any SS offering but want some tubeless added you could go the Fryette PS route. It has made even my little hybrid amps sound a lot better. Like the orange micro dark into the PS and the Joyo Atomic.
but if I started gigging I would take my triple xxx super 40. Like Waxhead mentions I say that because it was my first, I have experience with it and now in the US you can find them relatively inexpensive. The last one I saw was 300$.
What have you tried so far?
These Boss Katana amps are very versatile and have a real good sound
Fender Deluxe Reverb.
I’m late to this thread, and haven’t read all the posts, but I voted Roland Blues Cube. I have the Artist and used it for a cover band for a couple years along with 4-5 pedals. We played everything from Stones to Foo Fighters. You’ll need a pedal or two for higher gain sounds, or if you want tight sounding crunch. I don’t think you can coax metal sounds out of this amp though. I think it’s a wonderful sounding amp and only 38 pounds. I would also consider one of the Boss Nextone amps.