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I bought a Tone Master Twin and I wasn’t 100% crazy about it at first, but now that the speakers have broken in I really love it.
I was just listening to his albums the other day. Good stuff!
and somewhat insulting. Get off my lawn!
Cyber Twin 2020!
This has been my experience. When these amps finally become available in stock, they sell out quick. Hard to get one right now. I have a TM Twin...
I use both. I have a few pedals into my HX Effects. It's a great unit that replaced my Eventide H9.
So if I want to enjoy a movie and not have it spoiled that makes me a woman?
Because technology changes just to annoy you.
Seeing that you are 117 years old, I think we’ll both be dead by the time tube amps are obsolete. ;)
I’m guilty of this. I think for years there’s always been a negative connotation to solid state and digital.
From the minute I first started...
Yeah, but there are no tubes, so this amp sucks. ;)
For me, I don’t care if the Tone Master doesn’t sound 100% like its tube counterpart. I view these amps as a lightweight gigging tool. Most drunks...
I hope you’re correct. I personally find the Jensen C12K a bit harsh in the upper mids and treble.
My back and knees have ordered me to buy a Tone Master. No more gigs with my old 1968 Fender Twin.
They are thinking SS amp players are like Tofu eaters! Real men eat meat and tubes!
Some people are just not going to be open to these Tone Master amps. That's cool! They are not going to appeal to everybody, but I get the vibe...
The Beatles? Gross! That’s old people music!!! Drive me to the mall!
Big generalization. I know some younger peeps that love tube amps. I’m older and love tubes, but I also like the latest digital effects.
How close would you say it was to a real Twin? I’d be happy with something that was around 90% of the Twin’s tone.
I’m not going to sell my...
It’s hard to tell if this is mental illness an act or both. I found it oddly fascinating and sad.
This is strange and sad....