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Offline Rob S

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Whoooooo Hooooooo
« on: September 17, 2015, 10:05:41 AM »
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    « Reply #1 on: September 17, 2015, 11:06:49 AM »
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  • Wow Rob, I can only imagine just how brilliant a tone machine that will be , now going on its baby brother the THR10 of mine and the tones I can get from that , then the THR100 is going to challenge some very well known valve amps .

    I know it's always been said that you can't emulate a good valve amp but all I can say is from my experience of playing through the Yamaha THR10c ,it reacts very much as a valve amp to how you dig in on the strings the drive and master settings react just like a valve amp, and for me the Yamaha works old school by being driven from the guitar volume control .

    If I was still gigging I would take a very serious look at having one , looking at the price that PMT, Guitar Guitar are selling at then it's a bargain . Don't forget this amp will cover gigs as well as home recording or studio..... shutting up know before I loose control and make a phone call with card in hand ..😎😨

     

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