This assessment is right on the money. I have one of the first heads Rob ever built, SN 007 born in Feb. 2000. Original version with none of the upgrades as this amp sounds so damn good I can't bear to change it. I usually run it through a Bogner 2x12 with G12H30s and it's amazing. Through my 4x12 it's a raging beast.Originally posted by Fretmaster
one of the biggest bangs for the buck going today IMHO. This amp sounds like a million bucks through the right speakers and set up right. I hated the 2X10 cab for my tastes but through a good 2X12 it sounds killer and through a good 4x12 it will blow you away.
We get together every week and record the jams. Maybe next time I'll pop a mic in front of my cab and get some straight amp clips before we get started.Originally posted by Kinkirsi
Nice clip,nice to hear some good improv work done.I would have liked to have heard some high gain sounds plugged straight into the amp with no effects in the signal chain.I play in a jam band as well.Nice stuff
I've never compared the two but when I ordered the amp I asked Rob for a Fender-y clean tone in addition to the killer overdrive. You can really clean the amp up considerably by plugging into channel 1 and flipping a mini-toggle which cuts way back on the gain. You can't do this on the fly, though, so I always plug into channel two and get clean-ish tones by disengaging the boost with the footswitch and rolling back the volume knob on the guitar.Originally posted by Kinkirsi
Sweet.Do the cleans compare to a good deluxe? I am going to get either the Valvetech or the new Traynor blue 50 watter.Just doing a bit of research on both.Thanks.