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Choosing the right AMP

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Martizmo, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. Martizmo


    Mar 26, 2009
    Metro Detroit
    I need some help purchasing a nice amp. I would prefer the following requirements.

    1.Made is USA
    2.ALL Tubes/ no hybrids unless they meet all other requirements besides tubes of course.
    3.Hand wired- no Circuit boards
    4. >4 but <6 power tubes. KT88,6L6,6550,EL34 or similar
    5. at least one driver and 1 shaping preamp tube
    6. enough power to keep up with my guitar players 28 watt class A doctor Z.

    These are some amps i am interested in for now.



  2. OtterOnBass


    Oct 5, 2007
    You're looking for vintage amps, or new amps designed to copy vintage amps. Check TB's classified section.
  3. I'd love a /13 amp. I think it would be awesome of epic proportions.

    However, the priority on all the "cork sniffer" appointments is just so far down the list that I don't think I can justify that kind of price tag at this point in time.
  4. the engine

    the engine Guest

    I don't know anything about these amps. I would only say this after checking out the web sites. The sound clips from the Reinhardt web site just don't sound all that great to me. The Reeves site offers a 10 day "no hassle" money back guarentee. What have you got to lose by trying one of those out? Best of luck.
  5. FFTT


    Mar 15, 2009
    All of these amps are excellent choices, but I went for the Reeves Custom 225

    Power, weight, known build quality and all class.

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