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  • PRS 50W Super Dallas Head

    PRS 50W Super Dallas Head - "It IS, indeed, Super!"

    07/19/14

    50W, EL34-based power stage, simple tone controls, and a truly useable master volume. This isn't your bedroom-volume noodler's amp...it's made to be unleashed and played at bar-gig volumes +. Build quality is pro-grade and though I don't have one of …

  • PRS Sweet 16

    PRS Sweet 16 - James...'s review

    02/17/12

    The Sweet 16 is nothing new in terms of the amp world. Just a 16 watt all tube single channel head. You have all the normal controls you would expect. Oh there's a bright switch. But I almost never use it. Overall one of the simplest amps I've h…

  • PRS 2 Channel "H"

    PRS 2 Channel "H" - "too much for the money"

    01/18/12

    Paul Reed Smith guitars are really known for their exotic and beautiful instruments. They make some of the most recognizable and gorgeous guitars in the world. They have been featured on pretty much any stage in all arenas around the world. You seen …

  • PRS 2 Channel "H"

    PRS 2 Channel "H" - "Not too bad"

    11/15/11

    Paul Reed Smith guitars is very well known for their exotic beautiful and exquisite instruments. They have a great feel and a great tone that is very versatile from music to music. They're not quite as known for their amplifiers as much is a guitars …

  • PRS 2 Channel "H"

    PRS 2 Channel "H" - "Jack of all trades, master of most."

    09/08/11

    6L6 Tubes Heyboer Output Transformer Global Reverb Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass and Bright Switch for each channel Lead Master Volume Clean Master Volume 4, 8 and 16 Ohm Selection Two Output Jacks Fixed Bias Effects L…

  • PRS Blue Sierra 50W Head

    PRS Blue Sierra 50W Head - "Expensive little head"

    06/25/11

    This is the same amp as the 100 watt head but only half the power. You get the same great tone and features but just a slight change in tone. The tone will be a little more spongy and not as much headroom in the feel. You get the same great overall b…

  • PRS Blue Sierra 100w Head

    PRS Blue Sierra 100w Head - "Wow what an expensive amp!"

    06/25/11

    This is a great amp, but not for the money. It you purchase the head then you will be required to buy a cabinet to go along with it, and let me tell you if you get this amp the tolex color you'll need to get a matching cab. These amps and cab and gui…

  • PRS Blue Sierra 100w 1x12 Combo

    PRS Blue Sierra 100w 1x12 Combo - "Vintage bliss"

    06/25/11

    This is the same amp as the 50 watt version only twice the power. With that comes only a slight change in tone. You will get more headroom and more overall push in the feel of the amplifier. The same great features and basic tone is still here in all…

  • PRS Blue Sierra 50W 2x12 Combo

    PRS Blue Sierra 50W 2x12 Combo - "Nice but expensive"

    06/23/11

    This amp though sounds fantastic for the mild rock bluesy tone, it jst super expensive and really out of a lot of people's price range. This goes along with the guitars that are really overpriced. I am honestly amazed at how this company can mark up …

  • PRS Blue Sierra 50W 1x12 Combo

    PRS Blue Sierra 50W 1x12 Combo - "Good but pricey"

    06/23/11

    There really isn't a whole lot of difference in this amp ans the Dallas models. One difference is that the power tubes are El34's rather than 6L6's. The features are about the same and honestly I can't find much difference. I have never been a fa…