The Vinny is a five watt, vintage inspired amplifier that packs a pretty huge punch. To our ears, it sounds a bit like a vintage Fender Deluxe. You can get some great clean tones out of this one, but it sounds awesome when you push it.
The Tyler HM18 is a take on the Vox AC15/Matchless Lightning style amplifier. You’ll get a good bit of chime, but this one is also warm, and it delivers some nice lower midrange when pushed.
For many guitar players, the Blues Junior is one of the first tube amplifiers you play or own. These presets and captures can bring some of that nostalgia back to your playing, but this isn’t just any Blues Jr. Ours is one of the original Pro Guitar Shop Humboldt Hot Rod amps, meaning the tone stack has been tweaked and the stock speaker replaced with a Cannabis Rex speaker. It also has the Bill M mods, which makes it pretty special (as far as Blues Junior’s go)
Our Lightning is a 15w 2×10 combo that reminds us of a great sounding AC15, but with Matchless’s distinct top end brilliance and chime. It will go from beautiful chimey cleans to awesome overdriven tones, and handles effects extremely well. A pair of Matchless Special Design G10 speakers give this amp some serious midrange punch as well.
he Classic Reverb Signature is a 100w amplifier that sounds like the a very big (and very expensive) Fender. The cleans are deep and lush, reminiscent of the greatest of the black-panel Fenders. This amp is the pre-cursor to the John Mayer signature, and works very well as a clean pedal platform.
The Bloomfield Drive is a 100w amplifier is extremely touch sensitive and capable of beautifully rich harmonic overdrive. We’ve set this one up a little dirtier (where this amp comes alive), but you can get very nice clean tones by rolling the volume back a bit on your guitar – go old school.
The TS1 is Two Rock’s homage to the legendary Dumble Overdrive Special amplifier. It is a 100 watt beast of an amp that can go from rich, deep cleans to some of the best amp overdrive we’ve ever heard. The clean and lead channels cascade into one another, allowing for a wide variety of tonal options.
The Goldfinger Super Lead has become one of our absolute favorite amps at Worship Tutorials. It features two channels – the Alpha (clean) channel and the Omega (dirty) channel. The Alpha channel reminds us of a vintage black-panel Fender amp, but with more midrange, and the Omega channel is one of the best Marshall Plexi tones we’ve ever heard in any amplifier.
Seven new patches based on the Line 6 HX Firmware 3.70 release
The Badger 30 is an amp inspired by classic British (think: Marshall) designs. Like a JTM45 or lower wattage Plexi, it is capable of beautiful rich clean tones to vintage crunch, but with a bit more top end chime. It also works very well as a pedal platform amp.
The Bad Cat Cub II R is a 15-watt EL84 based amp. Ours is in a 2×10 configuration and was built during the ‘Sampson’ era at Bad Cat. The Cub II is a take on the 15 watt British amp heritage (think Vox AC15), but has a voice all it’s own. Plenty of chime, but lots of warmth as well.
The Mesa Boogie Lone Star is a bit of a modern classic. It is a two channel vintage voiced amplifier offered in a variety of formats. Ours is the 100w version in a 1×12 combo with an Electro-Voice EFM 12L speaker. This amp is capable of beautiful lush cleans in the clean channel, and the lead channel is thick and creamy.