I had a Traynor amp a while back for my gee-tar and it was good.
The general mentions I've heard & read (and I'll agree with) is that they're good sound, reliability, and quality but they're not great and they don't impart a typical "sound", i.e., Marshall, Vox, Fender. In that regard, they're almost Peavey-like
When I was shopping around for a double-bass amp, I wish they had something suitable as the factory is about an hour east of me.
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--- On Tue, 11/4/08, Sjaak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
From: Sjaak <email@example.com>
Subject: OT: Traynor amp's
To: "Loopers-Delight" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Date: Tuesday, November 4, 2008, 2:38 AM
I blew up my amp last saturday during a blues jam session ;)
So I'm looking for something else now and found a Traynor amp on the web. I
personally don't know this brand and it seems difficult to get here in
Europe. According to their website, it's a Canadian company, are part of
Yorkville and the reviews are very promising. I'm particularly interested in
the K4. It has a tube pre-amp which seems to work very good with vintage sounds
like Fender Rhodes, Wurli's etc
Although the K4 is designed as a keyboard amp, I also heared guitarists are
using it with POD's and Boss GT's with excellent results.
Does anyone know the Traynor brand? Is it reliable?
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