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Does 15 watts sound a bit optimistic for a single ended 6L6 output valve?
At least it sounds better than the marketing guff suggests... if I wanted ‘face-melting distortion’ - which I don’t - I wouldn’t buy a vintage-styled amp called a Blues King. Or vice versa.It’s better-sounding and with a better feature set than a Blues Junior too - the FX loop - although it is actually a hybrid amp not all-valve, which may bother some people.Shame they didn't use their normal colour scheme, the black - especially the grille cloth - looks a bit dull.
dindude said:I’d take a Blues Junior IV every day of the week over that, it’s sounds horribly generic.
Dave_Mc said:Isn't the fat switch on the BJ solid state?
Dave_Mc said:Maybe I misread the ad copy about the Supro but it sounded like only the high gain and boost modes were solid state on the Supro, so I guess it might be all-tube without the boost or high gain mode selected.
Dave_Mc said:Seems a bit dear (assuming it's going to be £599 as mentioned above) for a glorified single-ended amp with a couple of pedals built in, but I guess, to be fair, they deserve credit for being fairly up-front about the solid state stuff in the signal path.