What makes one vintage tube amplifier worth more than another? Is it purely tone, or have some amp makers been favored due to more successful marketing and famous artist associations? While the appeal of a classic Marshall or Fender is undeniable, guitarists and bass players seeking more affordable vintage tones have many other options to consider.
ProSoundWeb Community. Please login or register. Maybe not exactly a concert sound piece of equipment but with built in reverb complete with bright-soft contour switch, about 50 watts output, unbalanced inputs with a high and low gain switch, in you would have felt special to have one of these
User Name Stay logged in? Worth it to mod some vintage Traynor columns? He's only used them once because he said they sound muddy; which I guess should be expected from four 12" drivers.
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Discussion in ' Amp Central Station ' started by corliss1May 29, Telecaster Guitar Forum. May 29, 1.
Traynor is a brand of bass amplifiers and guitar amplifiersthe first brand formed by Yorkville Sound. The Traynor brand, named for founder Peter Traynorbegan in with the Dynabass bass amplifier, a rental product. Through experimentation and experience, Traynor developed a bass guitar amplifier that he called the Traynor Dynabass. By the end ofTraynor was selling the Dynabass amps along with matching inch speaker cabinets, as well as Traynor portable columnar public address PA speakers   based on a reference book of s RCA commercial loudspeaker designs.