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The problem with low wattage tube amps.

solo-act

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Engager has some cool mojo for the price.

Well, after doing some research, the Peavey still looks good. I also like the Egnater Rebel (and the tweaker sounds pretty good too.) Even the VHT seems like fun.

Going to head down to GC and check out the Fenders for sh!t's and G tomorrow. Maybe that will scratch the itch and I'll just get over this irrational desire for an amp. Hell, it's been over 10 years since I owned one.

Damn that email just cannot come fast enough for me.
 

pima1234

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If we're talking about truly "low" wattage, the ADA Rocket A10. I'm really enjoying that. It's my only real amp.

All depends on the guitar (pickups) of course, but there are lower wattage amps with a reasonable amount of headroom. I went through a number of those tube change amps (Emery Sound, Maven Peal, and some others). That was a great learning experience. Volume and headroom is an interesting thing to compare when it comes to tube amps.
 
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