I've got a Dr. Z Z-28 4x10 combo comin' <m>

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Deacon, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. Deacon

    Deacon Member

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    Anyone using one these days?

    From Z's site, I know it's kind of the baby brother of the Route 66. Really liked the sound clips, and found this one at a pretty reasonable price.

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  2. mojoslide

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    Very cool! Report back with a review after you get it. I love the look of that amp.
     
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    heavy as a dang family, that there.

    great rock n roll sound, common misconception is that
    it sounds like a super, but it's really got its own thing going...

    the open back and 4 speakers really spread out the sound,
    it's a pretty loud amp for its wattage (22? sounds like 35-40).

    Hard not to enjoy it!
     
  4. Deacon

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    Thanks :)

    I'll make sure to post a review after I get a chance to put it through its paces.

    I like the straight up simplicity of the amp ... three knobs, 1 channel, 22 watts.

    I'm hoping the lower wattage will be a good fit in the venues my band plays.

    More to follow!

     
  5. Deacon

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    Well, I'm 6'5" and tilt the scales at about 275. I think the combo's around 70 lbs. That's cool w/ me. :AOK

    Yeah, the clips I heard didn't make me think "Super Reverb". Sounded thicker with more compression and more grind.

    My other gigging amps are 50 watters (Fuchs ODS 50 and an old Musicman RD50 head and 1x12 cab), both of which do the Fender clean thing well.

     

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