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Best Sounding Eden Amp (pre US/Marshall sale)

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by sleevey55, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. sleevey55

    sleevey55 Supporting Member

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    Want your opinions on the best sounding and built Older Eden heads. I have a 97 WT400 and it rules (IMO). Anyone else??:D
  2. MrLenny1

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    No opinion except I have a 1997 Eden 400.
    I think it rules also.
  3. TomB

    TomB Supporting Member

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    I have a '95 WT300 upgraded to 400 specs. It rules also :). Just was never sure it sounded better than the VT.25 I had before that with the original preamp design. But that head had overheating issues and the 400 has been a rock. Not long ago I briefly owned a VT.4 just to check my thinking on the comparative sound of the two preamps. I could tell almost no difference from the 400 in sound so I sold the .4.
  4. JTE

    JTE Supporting Member

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    WT-400. Bought mine new in November 1997, and haven't thought about another amp until last December when I played a GK MB-200 (? the little bitty amp that's about 4 pounds) which made me start thinking of a new light-weight amp. When I was gigging regularly I had two WT-400 (second one from around 2001 got to augment the original one, and a WT-500. My original 400 was slightly warmer sounding (which could be just my brain and have NO relevant reference to reality).

    John
  5. BackonBass13

    BackonBass13 Supporting Member

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    I had a WT 300 in the mid nineties and it was awesome sounding.

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