Members shepherdspy Posted April 10, 2006 Members Share Posted April 10, 2006 I'm thinking about ditching my Dr Z Z28 combo for a Vox AC30 CC2 combo. These days whenever I think about modding something or changing all the tubes, I figure I should just sell it. In other words if it doesn't float my boat stock, then it probably never will. I love the Z28 cleans but it has a dry crunch when turned up with little compression and has zero sag even with the tube rectifier. If I could afford a collection I would keep it but I pretty much can only have one nice amp at a time. It is not versatile enough for my only (real) amp. So I'm looking at the Vox reissues. I wish they were built bulletproof like the Dr Z's, but oh well. I thought about trading for another kind of Z, like the Mazerati, but it is a clean machine too. And as far as the Manta Ray and Maz Sr, those are a little out of my price range. I'd like to sell the Z28 and have enough money or almost enough to buy the new amp. I played one a long time ago and it sounded great. I would be getting the one with the wharfdales or whatever and not the blues. I guess I should tell you I don't hardly use pedals anymore except for fun. So just using an overdrive with the Z is out. And the ability to take pedals isn't a priority. I want dirt and crunch from the amp. Need opinions please! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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