Forgive my ignorance, but what or who is “TPS”….and ‘Mick’ for that matter?
are you secretly someone famous??I sold off several Fender amps to consolidate to a Two Rock Studio Signature in 2019. I haven’t looked back, but I did keep my silverface deluxe, though it is in storage 1000 miles away.
I play it mostly clean and use pedals for dirt. I brought six amps to record my last ep and ended up using only the Two Rock.
HA! Exact same setup including a semi permanent (velcro mounted, but i leave it in and connected all the time) PDI09. Great rig for anything from tiny coffeeshop to full stage.For big 6L6 cleans I moved to Carr Rambler (chassis 119) in the early 2000's and never looked back - with the T/M/B tone control on the Rambler I can dial in Princeton or Deluxe Reverb kinds of voicing with ease, use my Palmer PDI09 Di box to FOH
I swapped a '68 Fender SFDR with a JBL D120F, and a big handful of cash for the 1st K&M Custom(#22) 50 w/loop. Thought I was an idiot until I got it home and plugged it in(I traded it away when I stroked 14 years ago). The 2nd K&M Custom 50(#27), I paid cash to another TGPer. No regrets, my favorite. I also own a 1970 SFDR Overdrive Deluxe conversion, a '79 SFC, a '65 BF Princeton NR, and a Early 50's Octal 5E3. Depending on the day, its a good day. Fender or a Two Rock.
I put a rectangle of clean sheet metal on the bottom back of the Rambler and Gaffer Taped it to the amp and put a Velcro Hooks piece on that to accept the PDI09. I need to move the PDI09 between the Rambler and my Mesa Cali-Tweed head/cab rig. I have the velcro on the tilt-back leg of the head/cab amp stand for that use. Good stuff. The Palmer is a remarkable little gadget for the cost of a modest pedal, that really simplifies a guitarist's life and sounds great every time doing so.HA! Exact same setup including a semi permanent (velcro mounted, but i leave it in and connected all the time) PDI09. Great rig for anything from tiny coffeeshop to full stage.