LIGHTWEIGHT COMBO AMP NEEDED

Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by ChrisLarcombe, Sep 13, 2021.

  1. Rmccamey

    Rmccamey TDPRI Member

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    Perhaps even an Vox ac4. Those 5 watts can sound pretty large in a smaller space.

     
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    I'll nominate Tone King Gremlin or ZT Lunchbox. Best of luck!
     
  3. ChrisLarcombe

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    Thanks for the suggestions everyone.
    I am somewhat convinced by the newer blonde model of the tonemaster DL. From all I read, a fantastic sound and literally half the weight. Looks nice too !!
    I will look into all your suggestions though of course. Thanks a bunch!
     
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    The ToneMaster Deluxe Reverb weighs 23 lbs or 10kg. The Tonemaster Twin weighs in at 33 lbs.
     
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    I think that is the way to go. I own the ToneMaster Twin and it sounds fabulous. Very light weight and excellent sound. The added features, XLR and Attenuator are just icing on the cake. Go find one and try it on.
    The neodymium speakers sound great, by the way. Mine is the Blackface with the Jensens. Blonde has the Celestion G12M-65 Creamback Neo.
     
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    Super Champ XD or X2: small cab, 10" speaker, 15 watt 6V6 powered output section, great Fender sound, 16 different "voices" in the modelling section. Some of the voices I find useful, others, not so much, depending on your playing style. YMMV
     
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