Your favorite 6v6 amp?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by MHG, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. Voxshall

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    If you want some newer amps, my Two Rock Bloomfield Drive 6V6 combo exceeded all my high expectations, and just keeps getting better and better.
     
  2. HoweFan

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    Early '60s brown Princeton.
     
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    plumberstrummer Fatal3Records.com Supporting Member

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    +1 ~ my 40w Bloomfield is one of the all time favorite amps I've ever played or owned
     
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    ‘63 Blackface Fender Deluxe Reverb - says it all. I feel like mine sounds so much better than most vintage as well

    Alessandro Plott Hound - such a warm amp, with outstanding pick dynamics
     
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    I second this. This amp takes drives and fuzzes as well as delays and any modulation effect I’ve thrown at it. I now play mostly at home and the ability to switch it down to 15 Watts is a huge plus. Gigging - no issues keeping up with a hard hitting loud drummer and using the post fx knob as my master volume works great.

    I jam at home to Gary Clark Jr, modern country, alt country, 70s rock thru modern metal (with a boost) and this amp covers it all - FOR ME. I’m not trying to cop exact tones but just get a good tone (despite my hands).

    This amp is capable of buttery, full and rich clean tones thru punchy plexi AC/DC tones. I use an SD-1 for a boost and my tonal options are wide open.

    As with anything, YMMV.
     
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    My new 68 Custom Deluxe Reverb:

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    Man, the longer i go, the more i wish i had my old 64 Princeton Tuxedo back......
     
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  19. Aslan

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    Number one is my Jim Kelley Reissue amp & number 2 is my Fender 57 Custom Deluxe.
     
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  20. Don A

    Don A Silver Supporting Member

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    Dr. Z Cure. The combined Master and Level controls give it more more flexibility than my 5E3 and Princeton Reverb clones. It's awesome with a Telecaster!
     
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