I play it more than my great sounding Peavey Classic 50. I think that says something about this great little amp. It cannot hold it's own at higher sound levels though.
Model Year: 1990
Price: $0.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Music Store
It's got reverb and chorus!
2 x 10 speaker arrangement gives good power output of the 50 watts but it is not an overly powerful or loud amp.
This amp sounds as good as my Peavey Classic 50 2 x 12 combo.
The tube preamp and the solid state output stage make this amp scream but retain a good tube tone.
No problems with figuring it out, plug it in and mess with the knobs 'til it suits your taste.
Some quirky problems with the channel switch and chorus on occasion, but if you cycle the switch it clears up.
Good for the entrey level gigster ( quiet parties, garages) as long as the drums aren't micked.
Where Obtained: pawn shop
Good garage band amp (till the bass player updated) it was kinda old and hurt but did me well as a beginner
Sounded good till about 5 on the volume, then it kinda got a lil crazy
Very easy to carry and set up
Here is where it goes to hell in a handbasket had ALOT of gigs with it and it let me down in front of a very large crowd. luckally we had a back up!
A little more power on this amp woud have been nice. I think it would have been perfect if they would have made a TD60C.
Where Obtained: Pawn shop
Has nice lead channel and also a adequate but not strong normal channel. The stereo effect on the chorus is nice.
I especially like the insert at the reverb channel. You can run your pedal through pre-amp and use both inputs for guitars. one input is -6db so you can plug in an accoustic with out feedback.
Clean when you need it, but can get nasty if you like. It is not really good for the big stage unless you match it up with a good cabinet .
Controls are really easy to use. pedal is not a single so you can have either reverb or chorus or neither.
I have kicked, dropped and let others use the amp and it just keeps on ticking.