Anyone have one? Thoughts on it?
Just so everyone understands the Tonemaster series is not based off our MOD series. We did not try to put 4 of our modules in the Tourmaster. We designed a line that was priced attractive and did a great job of providing great tone with the ability to shape that tone many different ways. I am biased but I disagree that the Tourmaster is an average amp. The more time you spend with it the more you come to find out that it can be an exceptional amp!
Agree to disagree and thats cool with us!:AOK
Hi Jeff. I hope I didn't hurt anyone's feelings over there. The team at Egnater are the best in the business as far as I'm concerned, and the Mod 50 is the best live rig in the world. I'm a bit spoiled in that my first amp was a Soldano SLO half stack, and my idea of slumming it is playing through a modded JCM 800. Yes...I'm a bit of a cork sniffer!
I can also say that your customer service is outstanding, and I have never been more happy with an amp than I am today using my Mod 50
You might be right, as I only spent about 45 minutes with the amp, and I can be pretty picky when it comes to musical instruments. When I demo's the Diezel VH4 I panned it ( sounds too processed and compressed for my taste )
I tried the Mod 50 and Tourmaster the same day. Neither was for me, but I found both to be loaded with features, and both seemed to be top notch on quality. Without knowing in advance, and without poking around inside, I would be hard pressed to tell you which one was built in the USA and which wasn't. Both did great high gain (though a bit noisy). The Vx module on the Mod 50 did great hairy cleans, the Tourmaster did pretty good cleans too. Neither amp did good low to mid gain sounds to me. Worth checking out though...