I've got an Allen Old Flame, and I'm looking for a different "clean" sound. I was wondering what folks here would recommend as something different.
Are the cleans on a Fuchs or Brownnote similar enough to BFs as to not be considered? What about a Juke?
I'm using a 2x10 configuration, w/ Copperheads. I've tried a 1x12 with a Commonwealth, and I think that I might like the 1x12 configuration better. Different speakers is a good suggestion.To the original poster :
I haven't played an Allen, but I know he put some features in those amps
to be able to get tones other than pristine BF clean - the ablity to add
hair to the clean tones via the raw control as one key example.
I would think that different speakers would influence things also; not sure
what you're using, currently, but I'm guessing Emi Patriot series ?
Also wondering about EQ'ing that amp away from the big treble and bass
response that is classic BF tone.
Does the mid control work independantly of the bass and treble ?
Maybe turn the bass down and scale treble, back to allow more mids .
Thanks - I owned a JC120 many years ago, and liked it, mainly for its nice chorus. I forgot all about that.Roland JC120 is a classic.