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  1. #51

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    I have not used my Katana 50 since buying the DV Mark Little Jazz. I use the LJ every week in a small bar.

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  3. #52

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    Quote Originally Posted by christianm77
    Screw it, after last night I’d say - Peavey Bandit 112. Its all they had on stage when I got to the jam, and I was like ‘urggghhhh’ How wrong I was.

    It’s great, you can dial in a very middy polytone type sound and it has buckets of headroom. Sounds great with the band.

    i also got to hear the other guitarist play his Moffa through it. Sounded great.
    The Transtube Bandits are great amps.

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    I play a Genzler acoustic array mini. Fantastic sound, light, tone control layout superb.
    Playing a Comins GCS-1 through it. Also, when I get the itch, a G&L Tele.
    Truly beautiful and true sound from the semi-hollow. Bought it from Jay Wolf in Jupiter Florida. Do check it out!

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    just saw the Genzler yesterday.Only one review.Would you happen to know how it would work with a laminated set humbucker pu ala Eastman 403 also volume and feed back?

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    As far as volume goes, the mini array has plenty for a small space. I cannot speak intelligently to the pickup question,
    but feedback - - I get none on my Comins GCS-1. When I play my Martin OM28 I need to use a sound hole baffle in order not to
    get feedback. But I have to tell you - the Martin sounds incredibly true through this amp. Write an email to Jeff Genzler and he will
    most certainly answer your questions personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slpytym
    I play a Genzler acoustic array mini. Fantastic sound, light, tone control layout superb.
    Playing a Comins GCS-1 through it. Also, when I get the itch, a G&L Tele.
    Truly beautiful and true sound from the semi-hollow. Bought it from Jay Wolf in Jupiter Florida. Do check it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by christianm77
    Screw it, after last night I’d say - Peavey Bandit 112. Its all they had on stage when I got to the jam, and I was like ‘urggghhhh’ How wrong I was.

    It’s great, you can dial in a very middy polytone type sound and it has buckets of headroom. Sounds great with the band.

    i also got to hear the other guitarist play his Moffa through it. Sounded great.
    I don’t think I’ve ever played through a Transtube, but I was impressed with Hartley Peavey’s approach to the task as documented in his tech motes.
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