Elmwood Modena Head Count

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  1. fuzzyguitars

    fuzzyguitars Supporting Member

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    I am curious to know how many of you TGP's still currently own thier Elmwoods.

    Who has owned it in the past, and sold it, and why.

    And finally, any TGP's who have actually gotten to play one, even if they dont own it. And are they currently saving up to get one? If not, then why not?

    thanks

    I will be at NAMM next week and I am dying to try em out!:AOK
     
  2. The Green Monst

    The Green Monst Member

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    Still have my M60 and I am very happy with it!!! This board pointed me towards it and I am very happy with that.

    Absolutely wonderfull amp. I just marveled at the crunchy tones when practicing (at bedroom levels) yesterday. Just marvellous!!

    If you come across Peter at the Elmwood booth, tell him Frank says hi!
     
  3. photios

    photios Member

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    I LOVED my M60 and the Jan and Peter at Elmwood are fantastic to deal with. I ended up selling mine in favor or my Wizard Vintage Classic as it suits my AC/DC tribute band needs more perfectly than the M60. But, the M60 is a killer amp and I hear that the M90 is even better!
     
  4. NAV1147

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    I had a m60 and was loving it. i sold it to buy a rare amp that I had been looking for. Right after I sold the m60 and told the guy I had the money to buy his amp, he flaked on thesale of his amp. So I sold the m60 for nothing
     
  5. mhenson42

    mhenson42 Supporting Member

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    I played an M90. I liked it alot. Prior to playing one, I was all set to buy one. After playing it, I really lost the desire to spend that much on that particular amp. Not diminishing how much I liked it, but there are other amps that I like better for less money.
     
  6. MesieBooga

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    I still have my M60. It's a Killer amp! :dude
     
  7. kurtsstuff

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    I like my M90 so much I bought a 3100 that became available from Elmwood
    My M90 isn't going anywhere anytime soon if ever. Waiting on the 3100 to arrive from Elmwood via Josh at rebel amps:BEER
     
  8. sled

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    just got my M90 yesterday...

    it'll stay as it fills a niche, is extremely versatile and sounds great
     
  9. Hacksaw

    Hacksaw Time Warped Gold Supporting Member

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    M60 still here, Still love it. and so do the other guitarist :D Get your hands off the amp buddy! J/K !! Everyoine wants to touch it

    I agree its extremely versitile, and that what I like the most myself.
     
  10. whoismarykelly

    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change! Supporting Member

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    M90 on the way from rebel here.
     
  11. TNJ

    TNJ Gold Supporting Member

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    M60 owner here.

    GREAT amp...still have it.

    Versatile is a word that rightly applies to this beast.

    Oh...plus a gain range that is off the charts, and a world class MV.

    S.
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  12. rkstarr

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    loved my m60

    now am loving my m90..im not a hater..redheads and brunettes are fine by me..
     
  13. lgehrig4

    lgehrig4 Silver Supporting Member

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    Got an M90 last week from a forum member. Great sounding and beautiful looking amp as well!

    Little help with the effects loop. I never used one before and I tried to run my Boss DD2 through it. The volume came down considerably when I did this so I'm assuming that I did something wrong. Even when I adjusted the mix knob so that it was at it's loudest, it still was not as loud as when I disconnected it. Send to input and pedal output to return?
     
  14. whoismarykelly

    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change! Supporting Member

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    The effects loop might drop the volume a little. Hopefully not by much though.
     
  15. GasMask

    GasMask Member

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    M60

    incredible amp.........
     
  16. PFCG

    PFCG Member

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    i want one so bad! it might be next on my list.
     
  17. Zootallures

    Zootallures Member

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    Proud owner of an M90 here.
    Owned many high end amps,
    this one stays 'till the end!!!!
     
  18. Man with Gas

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    A Modena M60 (Red Birch Cab) owner here from downunder.

    Killer amp!
     
  19. whoismarykelly

    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change! Supporting Member

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    The DD2 is buffered. Hes probably comparing the loop in use volume to the loop not in use volume which is often lower with any amp.
     
  20. lgehrig4

    lgehrig4 Silver Supporting Member

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    I'm comparing the loop in use to nothing being plugged into the loop. It was a pretty noticable drop though. I can also run my TC Electronics chorus which is also buffered, but has a pot that lets you control the output. Gives it almost a boost. I guess I can also try my Timmy set clean with a slight boost?
     

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