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i fell in love with this amp at the NAMM show and had to have it

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  • #16
    Glad it sounds good.

    Kind of looks upsidedown and backwards at the same time.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by zachary vex
      it sounds like the voice of god. it's 15 watts with two preamp tubes (presumably 12AX7s) and two EL84s. it has a gorgeous clean tone and breaks up by the time it reaches 9 o'clock, and from there it just sweats and groans and explodes. i love it more than any supro with a 12" that i've ever tried or owned, and it's JUST like what they would have done, only better. i'm really really thrilled. it's part marshall, part ac-15, part champ... it's really really amazing. nothing like it on earth. i'm really proud of zinky for designing this thing... it looks fantastic, too. it's great having the controls right there where you can see exactly how they're set. i love it! 8^)


      bah,

      my nano sounds better

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      • #18
        Originally posted by zhivago


        bah,

        my nano sounds better



        wanting a free pedal, are we?
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        • #19
          Originally posted by seifukusha


          wanting a free pedal, are we?



          i do



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          • #20
            Originally posted by superpoo



            i do





            well, carry on then...
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            • #21
              Originally posted by seifukusha


              wanting a free pedal, are we?


              hehe...make mine an Octane 3



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              • #22
                Originally posted by zachary vex


                I thought it was covered with truckbed liner and got all excited for a second there. It looks cool though...kinda like plaster and gauze...the way they used to make casts for broken bones.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by bigtonemusic


                  I thought it was covered with truckbed liner and got all excited for a second there. It looks cool though...kinda like plaster and gauze...the way they used to make casts for broken bones.


                  What is that stuff? It looks so clean. I don't see any cut lines. I must be some sort of moldable material.
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                  • #24
                    he must be making several models, and just hasn't put them on the site yet. i know that his chassis for the 15 watt model is adapted from one that he sells in Japan exclusively to nancy, i believe.
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                    • #25
                      wow, that sounds really interesting. Sounds like a great bedroom amp, as welll as giggin amp. How loud can it get??
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                      • #26
                        a 15 watt amp could theoretically compete with drums. i have no personal experience with it yet.
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by zachary vex
                          a 15 watt amp could theoretically compete with drums. i have no personal experience with it yet.


                          if you plug the 15 watter through a 4x12, would it be louder?

                          (because you're pushing more air, that is...)
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                          • #28
                            Did Bruce buy the Supro name?


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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Grubgoat
                              Just remember that at 15 watts, cleans at loud volume will be hard to get. (You don't really need spanky cleans live to sound "clean", though). 4X12 may make it "louder", technically, but I think you're still gonna get some dirt.

                              Which, of course, can be a great thing. And mashing the preamp and el84's with something like a treblebooster (I use Crispy Cremes) or a Super Hard-On especially, etc, will make it nice and creamy for solos, etc...


                              hey thanks for the reply

                              I like a bit of grit on my cleans, and I love the touch-response thing that starts going on at that point, using a nice tube amp
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                              • #30
                                Those are hot. I'm going to have to get one....soon.

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