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Bad Cat Classic

Ed Reed

Senior Member
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7,517
I just got one and I'm very happy with the tone. The lower watt power section doesn't go into much overdrive but it lets the amp work making nice harmonics at reasonable levels. It makes a great clean base for pedals. It was just what I was looking for.

Now maybe a reverb pedal?
 

relix63

Silver Supporting Member
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3,142
I had one of these and thought it was great. Never even considered adding reverb. These are a great bargin used and really not too bad at new prices. I used mine as a platform for pedals as well. Can't remember why I sold it.If you just got it, you should really post pics.
 

shredtrash

Gold Supporting Member
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9,946
I really like mine as well. The fact that it has a good amount of headroom is a real plus if you're using pedals. Great amps!
 

shredtrash

Gold Supporting Member
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shedtrash, how does the Classic stand up to the Lightning?
The Classic has more clean headroom for sure. It's a fantastic pedal platform. My OCD sounds great with it. It's like comparing a Blackface Fender (Classic Cat) to a small Vox or Marshall (Lightning). It just depends on the flavor you want. Both are solidly built, outstanding sounding amps and they're different enough that they are both keepers IMO.
 




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