I agree! The Hotcat is without a doubt totally original to my ears. Kudos to Badcat!Originally posted by wsaraceni
i dont think the hot cat sounds like any other amp. i could be wrong about that though since i dont know all the matchless amps there are. i'd also say that the mesa rectifier is the first of it's kind. although now lots of amps sound like that.
Jazz Chorus was mentioned at least 3 other times!!!!!!!!!!Originally posted by jpage
It hasn't been mentioned...
Roland Jazz Chorus
And my current love...
Mesa Lonestar Classic
And my standbys...
Voodoo Amps 1x12 plexi
Supro/Valco 50s 1x8
I'm goin with the Falcon also.Originally posted by erksin
Vintage Ampeg R-12-R Reverberocket w/7591As - pretty distinctive tone.
Come to think of it - an Ampeg V-4 sounds pretty unique too!
Most Supros and Magnatones have their own thing going on as well.
My '63 Gibson Falcon is a 2-6V6 1-12" combo with reverb and trem, but it doesn't sound like most 6V6 amps I owned or heard...