Tweed heads!

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by surfdawg99, Feb 20, 2009.

  1. surfdawg99

    surfdawg99 Member

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    I have a 5e3 deluxe that I use for lead tones. Any suggestions for an awesome tweed amp for rhythm in a bi-amp setup. Bassman, Super? I'm using a silver face super reverb right now, the tones are good, but . . . !!

    Any suggestions?

    Thanx,

    Dawg
     
  2. saggybottom

    saggybottom Member

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    Id say keep the 5e3 for recording and small gigs keep the SR for 60s tone and pick up a tweed bandmaster.

    At 35 watts it is able to go from nice full cleans to saturated lead tone with the turn of your guitars vol. knob. I personally would bet it will replace your current rig as it will cover the same ground.
     
  3. surfdawg99

    surfdawg99 Member

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    Thanx!

    I'll look into the bandmaster, what is the normal speaker setup in the cab?

    Dawg
     
  4. paul1122

    paul1122 Member

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    I use a 65 Bassman head w/ two Weber 1265s.
     
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    The Pup Supporting Member

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    That dog will hunt.
     
  6. mad dog

    mad dog Silver Supporting Member

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    tweed pro and/or lo power tweed twin.
     

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