Yes. Auto correct.I assume you mean Wangs? Yup, great stuff!
I only know of the HD-15, HD30, 2204 and 1987. The 1987 is a plexi style amp with EL84's if I'm correct. I'm gassing for a 2204 tbh. I'm very happy with my Marshall SC20H and it would be fun to try a 'different' take on that same design but with more power (50w I believe).Yes. Auto correct.
Wangs is total boutique quality. You can't find anything close for the money. Im getting one soon.
Do you know much about the different models? I know they have a 2204, and a 1987. I don't know what the others are.
Thanks!@Guitarjon, many thanks for another terrific roundup vid! I also very much appreciate the amp description blurbs.
The Marshall SV20H is on my short list.
I’d been intrigued by the PRS MT15. Recently, though, I read about the planned October 2020 release of the EVH LBX-S, which you mention.
Since you own the MT15 and are familiar with the EVH line, any comments comparing/contrasting these two? Of course, the MT15 has 6 preamp tubes versus the 4 in the LBX-S, and the MT15 burns 6L6 valves compared to EL84 in the LBX-S.
Also, given the superb content you’ve already published, have you given any thought to inquiring with specific manufacturers about sending you amps to demo? (So you’re not having to buy everything.) With the understanding that doing so comes with its own hassles. Just curious.
Aha. Yes; that’s a significant factor.Obviously the LBX isn't as versatile due to the lack of clean channel though.
After listening to your demos again, I think you nailed it right there.The MT15 has a sound that is slightly broader and less sculpted.
Hard rock, rock, blues rock, pop. I have Marshall, Fender and Vox amps. Been building up a project studio. It’d be good to have one super gainy tube amp in the quiver.Which styles do you play?
Heck yeah!Also, it would be great if companies would send me more amps!
I would go for the mini because I prefer how it sounds overall. However, do keep in mind that I don't use those amps on stage. For my studio the mini is just perfect tbh but it might not be enough for gigs....
Thanks! Just ordered a mini rec on your recommendation!I would go for the mini because I prefer how it sounds overall. However, do keep in mind that I don't use those amps on stage. For my studio the mini is just perfect tbh but it might not be enough for gigs....