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  • Marshall AVT50

    Marshall AVT50 - "Just junk"


    This amp is pretty much just junk. Marshall seems to put out these low end cheap amps and rotate the model numbers every few years or so. They have since discontinued this amp and think is replaced by the MG series amps. If you are simply going f…

  • Marshall VS100R

    Marshall VS100R - "Valvestate Combo"


    A few years ago solid state amps were still not really accepted by most guitar players. Players felt that they sounded too digital and unnatural. In the 90s Marshall attempted to bridge the gap between tube amps and solid state amps by making hybrid …

  • Vox AC15VR

    Vox AC15VR - "Not too bad for the price"


    This is basically the bottom dwelling Vox Ac15. This thing is called the Valve reactor technology which mean you supposedly get the same tone with less tubes and less weight. So it is basically a hybrid amp with solid state or digital and tubes as we…

  • Fender Performer 650

    Fender Performer 650 - "A good tool"


    65W solid-state amp made in USA with a preamp tube for the lead channel. One spring reverb. Clean channel: Volume, bass, mediums, high. The same for the lead channel, plus gain control. Footswitch with 2 buttons for the reverb and to toggle channe…

  • Trace Elliot Super Tramp

    Trace Elliot Super Tramp - "Great Solid State Amp"


    This is a solid state amp made by Trace Elliot. This is quite honestly the only amplifier, or product for that matter, that I've ever seen made by this company. They make some other stuff but I haven't seen it. I'd read some really good reviews onlin…

  • Fender Performer 1000

    Fender Performer 1000 - "Very nice hybrid!"


    It's a hybrid amp (1 tube for the preamp and solid-state) The connections are more than enough for what I use it. You can use it zapping the preamps with a footswitch, it's awesome!!! Normally, it comes with a footswitch with 3 switches, 2 for dis…

  • Marshall VS65R

    Marshall VS65R - moosers's review


    The Marshall ValveState II VS65R is a 65 watt combo amplifier, best suited for practicing and for beginner/intermediate players. It's got a single 12" speaker, and as the name clearly indicates, it runs on a valve tube - a ECC83 to be exact, which i…

  • Marshall VS65R

    Marshall VS65R - "Marshall VS65R"


    2 Channel Valvestate Marshall Amp. Tube in the preamp with a solid state power amp, and a 12' Speaker. Looks like a classic Marshall in combo form. Volume and Bass/Mid/Treb on the clean side with a 'Tone Shift' that notches the treble EQ to a high…

  • Ashdown FA 40 DSP Combo

    Ashdown FA 40 DSP Combo - "Pretty disappointing amp"


    I tried this amp a few years ago. It has tubes but is apparently a "digital-with-tube" amp. There is one input that is 1/4", as well as an optional external speaker out and a footswitch input, both of which are 1/4". There are 40 watts of power. Ther…

  • Music Man 212-HD One Fifty

    Music Man 212-HD One Fifty - mooseherman's review


    This is a relatively unknown tube amp. There are two connections, 1/4" for input. There are also two channels, clean and effects. This amp has a cool feature where you can adjust the wattage. That goes from 75 to 150. This makes even the grainiest, m…