Bluesbreaker vs traynore amps?

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  1. Sgfreak101

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    [quote author=Zeppelin Rules link=topic=18032.msg221513#msg221513 date=1225479809]
    Thats just how non YCV50Blue Traynors sound. Thats what I hated about mine, the distortion sounded really harsh and thin.
    [/quote]and I want it for rock & slide guitar.


    I dought I will sell mine though since its a classic. but I was still thinking about a solid state amp although I love the tube sound.
     
  2. Voxman

    Voxman Moderator Staff Member

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    [​IMG] I think some NOS tubes will make a [size=25pt]BIG[/size] Difference! [​IMG]
     
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    [quote author=Voxman link=topic=18032.msg221604#msg221604 date=1225583735]
    [​IMG] I think some NOS tubes will make a [size=25pt]BIG[/size] Difference! [​IMG]
    [/quote]Nos has to be in music now? and not just cars?

    LOL LOL.
     
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    [quote author=Sgfreak101 link=topic=18032.msg221605#msg221605 date=1225583812]
    Nos has to be in music now? and not just cars?

    LOL LOL.
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    Not Nitrous Oxide Systems, but NOS in the means of New Old Stock.
     
  5. Sgfreak101

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    [quote author=mr_dj07 link=topic=18032.msg221635#msg221635 date=1225640027]
    Not Nitrous Oxide Systems, but NOS in the means of New Old Stock.
    [/quote]I know and didn't see you my lols? they where really making me laugh because I knew it wasn't really nos tubes :)
     
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    Oh ! hehe sorry about that ;)

    Sarcasm doens't work on the web :p !
     
  7. oldrockfan

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    sorry about the slow response but I just bought a new house and have been busy trying to get everything situated.

    I love my traynor and think of their amps, that model is the ticket. It even looks cool with that custom blue color tolex! Oh sounds great thru my sg or my strat too which is the main thing. I still have a marshall for harder rock stuff but the traynor is great for blues and cleans are very good on it. The extra master volume control is one thing that makes it better than the 40 watt traynor I used to have. Just gives you a bit more tonal control over the sound at lower volumes.

    You just have to try one out though and see what you think. I haven't seen them in the guitar center stores but they can order them. MF does carry them so if you can't find locally, you could always try one and return if you do not like it.
     

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