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The Amp Factory | Amps Pack 4

Watkins* Dominator 1956 – 5 Profiles

This amp luckily sounds better than it looks!. - typical "retro" look to it, the Sound is open, wide, although quite a lot of bite in the mid-range - however,…

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Fender* Tweed Deluxe – 1953 – 7 Profiles

Used by many of the greats back in its day, in fact even in modern studios its still sits boldly in a corner - Not surprising, as it still has…

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Selmer* Constilation 14 – 1963 – 4 Profiles

Small amp, not much control, more control for after effects such as trem/vibratio than actual amp. - but it still does a lot of damage! - absolute killer small combo…

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Gibson* Discovery 1961 – 3 Profiles

3 Profiles!. - well yeah, kinda short changed, but this amp does not do gain, nor does it have much way of control. - just tons of headroom, and a…

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Fender* Bandmaster 1964 – 7 Profiles

Fender had the Mojo back in yesteryears, really great amp, to die for cleans, and good breakup structure. - best played with a Tele style guitar, - but be warned…

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Fender* Blackface Twin 1964 – 7 Profiles

Fender Blackface Twin. - one of the better sounding BF's around for the year, played best with a tele style guitar for that ultimate twang this amp offers, Brilliant for…

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Selmer* Treble&Bass 1964 – 7 Profiles

Selmer! - wow this amp is all kinds of mean, - reminds me of how (to me) a JTM should have been. - and you can almost get a dumble…

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Vox* Coppertop 1964 – 7 Profiles

Vox has created many additions, and over the years, they sounded different from one another, this however, has one of the nicest/warmest tones I have heard from a vox of…

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Marshall* JTM45 1966 – 5 Profiles

Marshall, needs no introduction, another JTM added to the list, sounds a lot differnt to the other JTM ive had before. - in a good way, - although this had…

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Vox* AC50 Bluetop (Head) 1967 – 5 Profiles

Big brother to the little brother AC30. - lots more headroom. - Not as popular as the 30, but I sort of prefer the 50 because its less aggressive, more…

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Orange* Matamp 1968 – 8 Profiles

HolyBatman! - this thing is awesome. - I was never really an orange fan until I heard there vintage selection. - modern oranges are NOTHING compared to there heritage. -…

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WEM* ER 100 1968 – 6 Profiles

Wem is the dark Horse in amps, - no-one ever talks about them, or even owns one, but I love them, and after you play this, you might too. -…

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Gilmour Hiwatt* 100 1970 – 10 Profiles

Actual amp used on Darkside/the wall by David Gilmour, - its a modded Custom 100, Perma linked channels, and an amazing sound to boot, - however, dont expect to be…

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HiWatt* Custom 50 1970 – 7 Profiles

Standard Hiwatt at its greatest really. - Much easier to break this amp than the 100's - but the sound is a bit thinner and not as full bodied. -…

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Orange* Overdrive 1973 – 8 Profiles

This amp was used by Oasis on a few of there albums. - it has been modded slightly but retro fitted Old tubes and various other things. - not so…

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Marshall* JCM800 (Quo) – 6 Profiles

Built for Francis Rossi from Quo, its a nodded marshall (dont see many of those around,*cough*) - To me its just an normal JCM but a brighter version, with less…

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MesaBoogie* MarkIIb 1984 – 9 Profiles

1980's in a box, yup I think so!. - Not really a Metal players amp, thats why the 2C was born. - but this is great for that classic Boogie…

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Soldano* Hotrod 1996 – 8 Profiles

I was expecting my face to be ripped off when I loaded this up. but no, its actual quite gentle! - pretty good for blues and great for lead play.…

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Tone King* Galaxy (Head) – 6 Profiles

Still the best clean from any modern amp, period!. - and still the best dynamics of any amp ever made, Period!. I dont know what magic they used to create…

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Hayden* Mofo – 9 Profiles

Hayden is a smaller boutique builder, but large amps, and large sounds, - really nice clean to breakup on this, and a good rock vibe. - in fact I enjoy…

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Orange* OD50 – 5 Profiles

Orange, the looks that can Kill, - still the best "design" in amps, and a great sound. - although I wish orange listen more to the vintage series, the more…

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HiWatt* Studio/Stage 50 – 8 Profiles

Fun combo, Not typically voiced like a HiWatt though. - it has a much more modern sound, still a bit unique, but not typical. -  has a lot more gain…

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MesaBoogie* Royal Atlantic 100 – 9 Profiles

Not as beastly as it looks. - its like a cross between and express boogie and a stiletto, has that typical boogie clean tone (fat) - and that soaring lead…

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