100% correct. The Tweeds sound nothing like the Blackface/Silverface circuits widely associated with Fender. Tweed Twins are creamy, woody, warm and chimey. Think of the classic solo on The Eagle's "One Of These Nights". Don Felder might have used a Tweed Deluxe, but a cranked Tweed Twin has the same basic tone just bigger. The closest relative would be an early Marshall JTM45.Tweed High Power Twins are a whole different thing than BF, SF Twin Reverbs or SuperTwins.
Completely distinct amps and tone, more Marshall than what people think Fenders sound like.