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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by That70'sBro, Jan 28, 2020.
Edit: Vox AC30 here
Mesa Boogie Mark V
Let me know, I’m still looking.
Friedman JJ is up there though.
( I don’t even own one)
Lord of the Rings.
I don’t own one, but the ultimate amp for me is the Komet 60 HD. It is a masterpiece of design and function. No features to muddy up the tone. When I look for a great amp, I look for tonal purity (a lame description, I know). I want the note to be musical, with no harshness, and plenty of weight behind the note. The K60 does this in spades.
I have a Deliverance D120 that is pretty amazing. I prefer single channel amps. If they clean up we’ll with the volume control then they’re infinitely more versatile that a multi-channel amp that doesn’t.
No such thing.
Most any Marshall that has between 6 and 8 knobs is good enough for me.
2203 does it for me.
I'm getting ready for a gear sell off to buy a Komet 60HD. I need to downsize to 1 amp and maybe 3 guitars. I physically don't have the space anymore. This would be my dream amp.
I like too many different guitar tones for one amp to rule them all.
I’m hoping to do something similar. I’ll keep the F120 for rock and metal, but there is so much touch sensitivity in the Komet stuff. I wouldn’t turn down a Suhr Hedgehog.
My one-and-done was the purchase of a Two-Rock Classic Reverb Signature and 2x12 cab. Best clean to mild drive tone I have ever heard and takes pedals gloriously.
For me it's a Fender Tone Master
Suhr PT15 IR. Incredible.
I'd be happy with this
For the things I need ruled, a Rivera Quiana!
Lots of good options out there!
For me and for now it’s my Two-Rock Studio Signature. It’s everything I want in an amp, absolutely love it. But, I live in a condo currently and have to worry about volume a lot. Someday maybe I’ll step up to a bigger Two-Rock like a CLRS, but for now the Studio Sig has me well satisfied.
I used to own one...Mesa Rect-O-Verb.
It did everything I needed 10 years ago. I'm sure it still would.