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  • #16
    HR as well. The original HR50 was epic sounding.
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    • #17
      Soldano
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      • #18






        Quote Originally Posted by blckbldng
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        I got the opporunity to buy those amps at a pretty good price. 1000

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        • #19
          HR 50+ was one of the best amps I've ever owned. Played it for years. Had a single Recto for about a month.
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          • #20
            for me it would boil down to good tone with versatility vs ****************ing awesome tone with limited versatility.



            The versatility is simply from the mesa being multi-channel. If you don't need the versatility of multi-channels, Soldano all the way
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            • #21






              Quote Originally Posted by Kardula
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              for me it would boil down to good tone with versatility vs ****************ing awesome tone with limited versatility.



              The versatility is simply from the mesa being multi-channel. If you don't need the versatility of multi-channels, Soldano all the way




              The Hot Rod 100+ is a two channel amp, just like the Tremoverb, so there's really no difference as far as versatility goes. The only real difference is the Hot Rod uses shared EQ, whereas the Tremo has dedicated EQ for each channel.

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              • #22
                ah, I thought the hotrod 100 was just a single channel 2 mode amp
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                • #23
                  I miss my HR+ allot.
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                  • #24
                    Depends on what you wanna do with it.





                    Rock/Metal...Soldano



                    Metal/Rock...Mesa





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                    • #25
                      easily soldano especially for that price

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                      • #26






                        Quote Originally Posted by Kardula
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                        ah, I thought the hotrod 100 was just a single channel 2 mode amp




                        I believe the original versions were single channel 50 watt with no loop. More features were added along the line, and the current model is 100 watts, 2 channel, effects loop, and depth control. Unfortunately the loop isn't very useful unless you're using rack gear. They need to add a loop level control.









                        Quote Originally Posted by ~Abstract~
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                        Depends on what you wanna do with it.



                        Rock/Metal...Soldano



                        Metal/Rock...Mesa







                        I 100% agree with this statement. I really liked my HR100+, and I would definitely own another one. However, if I was buying an amp specifically for tight high gain metal, there are better options. It's not that the Soldano can't do it, it's just not where it really shines. In all honesty, the 5150 kind of fills that gap. In a lot of ways, it's similar to the Soldano, but more suited to high gain metal.

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                        • #27
                          Own Both FTW:



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                          2. Buy a Jet City JCA 50
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                          • #28
                            I'd go with the Soldano. If you don't like it, it'll probably be easier to move.
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