Traynor Custom 50Blue

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Anchorage42, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. Anchorage42

    Anchorage42 Member

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    Anyone have one of these or have experience with them?
    There's a guy around here offering a great deal on a very new and clean one.

    Thanks.
    Be Well
     
  2. lcjc800

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    Nice amp, good for tube experiments and easy to haul around, V30 is well rounded and the OD channel is aggressive. Usually pretty reasonable in used form.
    The stopre I work at sometimes, carries them so I play them often.
     
  3. Axemeister

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    Good amps, but you may want to ask moderator to move this to amp topic section.
     
  4. Anchorage42

    Anchorage42 Member

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    My bad, thank you.
    Mod's?

    Most appreciated.
     
  5. mid_crisis

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    Good amp for the money. PCB based so mods are not easy but possible.
     
  6. jamison162

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    Hehehe, Mods as in Moderators man.

    My Orange, C30, Budda, Shiva, and VHT were all PCB amps. Just thought I'de mention that. I've played a lot of boutique, handwired amps and have yet to find one that impresses me enough to own one over the amps I mentioned. Weird for around here, I know. That's just how I roll....:roll
     
  7. bonchie123

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    Fine amp. Build strong, has a good warrenty if it does break. Sounds alot like a JCM800 but has a great clean channel to boot. It is a 1x12 so it suffers from sounding a little thin at times. Very light for a combo so thats good. For the price you can't beat it. Buy it. If you don't like it just sell it. But for 400-500 bucks (you said its a great deal so I'm thinking thats in the ballpark) just keep it as a backup or grab and go amp.
     

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