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    A compact head with redesigned reverb, multiple tone controls, and tube rectifier.

    The Two-Rock TRCU50HDTR Custom Reverb v3 TR 50W Tube Guitar Amp Head is based on the same platform as the previous versions, but added are some new features to increase the amp's flexibility. This includes a full active loop with a "Return Level" and "Pull Bright" function. Also, you'll enjoy the dual contours and the ability to use with 6L6's or EL34's. The "Pull Mid Defeat" will allow you to scoop the mids, giving the amp a more "fender" style front end. The TR in the name refers to the rectifier that is tube based in this model.

    Features

    • 2 Contours - Lead/Clean
    • Active Loop
    • New Reverb for better loop function
    • 50 Watt Tube Rectified
    • Class A/AB for 50 Watt Tube Rectified
    • Built for 6L6 only or 6L6/EL34 interchangeable with bias adjust

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    5.0

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    5.0

    Getting spoiled

    By JohnMayerPlayer

    from Odense, Denmark

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Two Rock TRCU50HDTR Custom Reverb v3 TR 50W Tube Guitar Amp Head:

    I've been playing various bands and all kinds of amps for more than 20 years. Having an understanding wife and an OK paying job enabled me to become the proud owner of this dream of an amp, which in Denmark has an even heftier price tag, than anywhere else in the world.
    This is the best, most dynamic and sweet sounding amp I've ever owned, and it easily outperforms any modded Fender I've tried. After playing this for more than a year, I've turned into the worst kind of Diva when it comes to amps, and have great difficulty accepting any other amps for the gigs I play. The depth and precision of the tone, the dynamic response to every detail in my playing (also the unintended hick-ups) is unparalleled and motivates me to keep developing my skills, and at the same time gives me confidence, that my playing sounds its best all the time. I use high-end OD's from Xotic and the Timeline and Moebius from Strymon, since these pedals do the amp justice. All my previous pedals has been discarded.
    The build quality is outstanding, and I haven't encountered any problems yet, though the amp and cab lives a hard life with lots of transportation and handling.
    If you got the wallet size for this baby you shouldn't be playing anything else.

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    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    If it's worth it for you

    By JC

    from Undisclosed

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Customer service
    • Excellent Sound
    • Touch Sensitive

    Cons

    • Limited Functions
    • Price

    Best Uses

      Comments about Two Rock TRCU50HDTR Custom Reverb v3 TR 50W Tube Guitar Amp Head:

      Given the price tag on these amps, one would expect nothing less than the absolute finest quality of sound and construction available. In my opinion, this amp delivers both, and I believe I'm in good company with the scores of pros who have jumped on the Two-Rock bandwagon. Certainly no amp is perfect, but at this tier of equipment, the problems you encounter are hopefully going to be subjective matters of personal preference--as opposed to actual flaws in design, construction, etc. Just to be clear, the Custom Reverb is not a Marshall or a Vox, nor is it an amp that you buy to shred with. My take on the sound of this amp is basically like the best Fender you've ever heard, but bigger. The amount of depth and bass you can get out of this amp is astounding. There's also a little bit less chime in the high end, and a little bit more throatiness to the midrange than a Fender. All that is to say, the tone is incredibly three-dimensional, and all the rumors about touch-sensitivity are totally true. Clean or overdriven, the amp responds to the way I play like nothing I've ever experienced before. The overdrive channel is similarly huge, and honestly sounds like a blend of the best drive characteristics I could want. It growls, but not at the expense of being muddy, and it cuts, but not at the expense of sacrificing depth. And the uncompressed openness of the overdrive allows your playing to be incredibly dynamic. Use a harder attack higher up on the fretboard, and it focuses right up and just sings. Now, just in case you're anything like me, I'll offer my subjective criticism. The biggest thing I long for on this amp is a separate EQ section for the clean and drive channels. The lead contour will help on this model, but it's just not the same as being able to sculpt the tone of each channel individually for playing live. In the studio, I wouldn't take any other amp. There is an incredible amount of tonal versatility offered through the two EQ curves and various toggle switches, but I want more access to those tones when playing live. That fact certainly doesn't stop me from playing the amp live, and I'm still incredibly impressed with the tones I get from it in live situations. Secondly, the mids on this amp are placed just a hair too low for my tastes. Especially on the overdrive channel, I would want the mids to produce just a little more cut and focus, rather than growl. But again, it doesn't stop me from loving the sound that comes out of this thing. The bottom line for me is that owning it has made everything else really hard to play. Whatever lines up next to it ends up sounding flat compared to the two-rock's amazing sensitivity. It's truly an amp that talks back to you, and it's been downright inspiring to play. My advice with all things gear, but especially gear that's this expensive, is try it for a while and make sure it's right for you. But I doubt you'll be disappointed.

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