New Traynor 100 watt Half Stack!

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  1. John II

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    Looks awesome! I love the fact that each channel has it's own effects loop control.

    Nice.
     
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    that looks mean. and for some reason, it reminds me a tad bit of a Diezel...
     
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    That looks like fun.

    Any idea on price for this thing?
     
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    I've seen fighter planes with fewer controls that this thing.
     
  6. Electric I

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    Looks like a winner in it's class. Really like the 30W feature.
     
  7. John II

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    If anyone can locate a retail price, let us know.

    Thanks.

    ~John II
     
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    It's fugly, but I want to try one!
     
  9. Greazygeo

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    Around $1100 retail unless they increased it recently....
     
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    Looks pretty cool, especially at that price point. I'll be interested to hear the reviews.
     
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    My local shop will probably be getting them in (if not already have them?) - I'll definately have to give'er a test run
     
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    I'm sure it will be like other Traynor/Yorkville products - well built and reliable with good tone for a killer price.
     
  13. Electric I

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    That's been my experience
     
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    I guess they don't start production until next month. The price should be around $900 from what I've been able to deduce from my internet searching.
     
  15. John II

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    That's one heck of a price if it's in the ball park. That head is really feature rich.

    ~John II
     
  16. BIGGERSTAFF

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    For $900, I may have to get one for ..... and giggles, if they sound good.
     
  17. Randy Van Sykes

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    I'm pretty sure the price is around 1000 US.

    I'm keeping my eyes open for it in local stores.
     
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    I tried a proto a month ago - if you're into hi-gain, it'll stand with most anything I've heard.

    I have to A/B it with my Mako 10 watt - that'll be the acid test.
     
  19. Electric I

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    Sounds promising...
     
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    Diezel and Framus had a baby!

    Rocking looking amp!
     

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