Suhr products of 2008, exciting stuff

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Melodic Dreamer, Jan 4, 2008.

  1. Melodic Dreamer

    Melodic Dreamer Member

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    Lets see here, I know there is going to be a new 30 watt Power Scaled amp. John said
    Now this has me curious, I so wish it was a two channel amp though.


    Plus, Michael Landau has his own amp coming out. It's hand wired on a fiberglass board (no traces all wires). It's going to be a 50 watter and in an aluminum chassis in a Badger size shell. John said the amp will be a single channel amp which will be a little hotter than the Classic, but different compared to the gain on the Classic Plus.
    John wrote
    here is a pic
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    I wonder if this is a 50 watt version of the amp Scott Henderson uses now.I realy like the idea of a smaller sized amp:)
    thanks
    Chris
     
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    Looking a little closer at the front panel of this amp,I think it read's ML100.....so maybe this is the big brother to the 50 watt amp to come.

    A few questions,Where was the photo taken? Was this a recent gig?...........also has mike done away with his wet dry rig?

    Thank's
    Chris
     
  4. Melodic Dreamer

    Melodic Dreamer Member

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    I got these quotes and this pic from the HRI forum, but like you said, this is a different amp than the 50. The head in the pic is the same size as the Od100 beside of it. If John would make a ML50 watter with two channles and power scaling, oh wow!!!! Thats what I'm talking about.
     
  5. digital jams

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    I want the CAE switchers to come back and new pre-amps thank you.
     
  6. TopDog

    TopDog "jumping the valence" Silver Supporting Member

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    Great Picture. Looks like it was a fun holiday gig. I like the beer bottles, drink glasses and the half pint on the floor. A real working musician.

    I love Mike's playing and his tone, I wish he would play in New York.
     
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    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    look at this as well...
    http://www.paullenders.com/
     
  10. Dana

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    That's great. I love Suhr's stuff.
     
  11. Funky Monkey

    Funky Monkey Supporting Member

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    Well, all I see are bottles of Bud and a coupl'a glasses on top of a perfectly innocent amp. Nice coaster, eh?!? Not to mention the brew on the floor just waiting for a $$$ board to get close enough to spill onto. Sheesh!



    I bet they're the drummer's.




    And nobody bought him a guitar stand for Christmas? "Uh, yeah, John? High-E still keeps going flat. Yep. Something's definitely wrong with this guitar. Definitely wrong."
     
  12. digital jams

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    Are you referring to the Gas pedal?? Looks really slick and better than gambling on a 15 year old Bradshaw....
     

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