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I've been offered a trade for my Bruno Leadman. Tell me about it and is this a even trade?
Thanks. Do you know if I'd be able to sell it very quickly if I decided it wasn't for me?Originally posted by zoooombiex
It's a 100 watt version of the emerald 50, which is the predecessor of the emerald pro. so it's going to be a two-channel, dumbly kind of amp.
pricewise, it's probably a fair trade, as the older two-rocks have been dropping a lot lately.
tonewise, i can't say, since i haven't tried this model. but every other two-rock i've tried has been great.
Originally posted by shallbe
I played one for a few hours once. It has the switchable 6v6 gain option or something.
Anyway, I was not really impressed. If you got a good clean sound, you could not get a good lead sound without readjusting the amp. Fine for home use, but not useful to me as a gigging amp to footswitch between sounds. The tech was not crazy about the build quality either (this is an early 2-rock).
Plus, I did not think the amp sounded like me. My old Demeter TGA-3 sounded MUCH better IMO. If it were me, no to the trade.
if you don't end up liking it, the used two-rocks still sell pretty fast for the right price, so the market is out there. but pricewise, i would guess it would be difficult to get around $2000 for it - maybe more like 1800 is doable. any second opinions?Originally posted by BrentSP
To be honest with you guys I probably wouldn't keep this Two Rock anyways. I'm looking at it as "can I sell it faster than the Bruno". I'm really having a hard time selling the Bruno so far. Its up on ebay right now with a beginning bid at 1800 and buy it now for 1995 free shipping. No bids yet.