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Discussion in 'Vendor Forum' started by kermitm2, Mar 18, 2018.
Older Champ type clone and Monoprice 5 watt
Epiphone Valve Jr; it's old, it's reliable, and it sounds pretty good.
Super Champ XD
Mesa Boogie Studio 22, love the way it picked up the local Taxi transmissions in the middle of songs.
Super Champ X2.
Supro Comet (Re-Issue). Fantastic tone and excellent spring reverb and tremolo.
My favorite small combo amp is this one... but it's on a regular sized Mud Stand.
I highly recommend Mud Stand.
All in from Colorado. I like my Danolectro Nifty Fifty. It sounds great with the 8" speaker and is very cool looking. In a small space I use 2 Roland Cubes in stereo for a very nice clean sound.
My current favorite small amp is my Marshall DSL1CR, a nice small 1 watter that goes down to a tenth to keep the wifey happy.
I currently use an amp for an amp stand.
My favorite small amp is the Vox AC4C1 because it just sounds so good.
I'll comment/enter assuming this is good for us Canadians too!
My favourite (and only) single 10" speaker amp is a silverface Princeton Reverb with Weber 10F150T speaker. Its my Swiss Army Knife amp -- works for home/studio/and small gigs!
Oh yes, I could surely use one of those Mud Stand Mini Amp Stands with my mid seventies Silver Face Champ! It’s only been 42 years since I bought it. About time it got a stand.
I love this amp for Fender cleans and it just rips when it's cranked! It's been upgraded from the 8" Jensen to a 10" Weber AlNiCo Vintage speaker, and got a tweed grill cloth in the process.
Mystic Red American Standard standing by, with PAF Master neck pickup and a Cavalier Fat Lion at the bridge. Finished off with a Les Paul-style 3-way toggle switch.
I've a Vox Ac4c1, in british racing green. Looks kinda like an old hatbox!
I put a custom ported panel on the back, much improved.
My Orange Crush 20RT is fun. Two channels, reverb, and a built in tuner, so no pedals needed when your practicing or writing quietly.
My favorite small amp is my Princeton 5f2a. It has really sweet cleans, but the overdrive is wonderful, too--especially with P-90's. And it doesn't bring down the house when doing so.
That is a sweet rig!
I gig with a 74 Princeton Reverb
I have a Fender super champ x2 I love it, its very versatile, small and sounds good. 15 watts 10 inch speaker