15 watt club !!

samuelson

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The Badcat Lil 15 is great. So is the Li'l Dawg D-Lux and the Victoria Victoriette.
The Morgan "Abby" just rocks too.
 
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Laney LC15R master vol, TMB, reverb, 10" Celestion, TAD tubes and global tone control for $350 new. Surprisingly loud but will play at whisper quiet volume.

RRC
 

harpinon

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Tweaker 15 and THD Univibe 15 over here.
These are the two I have kept after dozens of amps coming down my pike.
 

oldschoolguy

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15 watts is just about all I need as I'm a play at home guy. Bear in mind that I also have two 100 watters (don't ask). I play a Siegmund Midnight Special and a Kingsley Keep. Both are glorious sounding and I sound better playing thru them. I've really learned that 5 watts is really all I personally need and that has spurred a quest for these type amps. The Black Pearl can do 5 or so watts and it's great as well. This is a great time in the history of guitar for amp production--there are so many to choose now that it's just so cool.
 

Chevyvan

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Toneking Imperial with ironman attenuator user. The attenuator is always on -6 db or even lower so I guess I belong to the 15 watt club too!

:)

Small amps ftw!
 

calexand

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Tweaker 15 head, TungSol 12AX7 (V1), Sovtek 12AX7WA (V3), ANOS Ruby 6V6GT (Made In China~Power Tubes). Used live with an old Peavey 412MS stuffed with Eminence/Celestion mix, used at home with a Celestion Seventy/80 1X12 cab.
Marshall roar and a delight with pedals! Even makes Mama happy!!!!
CA
 

guitarmikey

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1. Fender Super Champ X2 head (with Ragin' Cajun)
2. Orange Micro Terror - 20W (SS / tube in preamp)

Of course, the first one is the best and the main, Micro Terror is just a backup amp.
 

Dawg76

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Marshall Haze 15 head. Bought new four years ago this month. Love it.
 

hazmat33

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I just rec'd a new Traynor Dark Horse. Got it to use as a quality backup and low powered home amp.

Today was the first chance I had to crank it and it sounded great thru my Mesa 1x12 with a Cannabis Rex. I need to test it out at rehearsal this week but I think it will be loud enough for gigging.

I was pushing it with a white dot SunLion.
 

Squinty

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Princeton Reverb, Gibson GA 40 and GA6, all of the Tweed Deluxes, Badcat Cub 2, Marshall 1974X (I know, it's 18 watts)...
All are awesome and gig-able.
The perfect sized amp! :)
 




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