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hotlicks2go
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Egnater at Guitarcenter

Post by hotlicks2go » Tue Nov 20, 2007 12:18 pm

Just recieved at GuitarCenter catalog in the mail.. Seen the Egnater Tourmaster 4 channel 212 combo, 4 channel 100w head/full stack 8-12's.
Unfortunately nothing modular.

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Post by Guiness for Strength » Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:23 pm

I saw that GC brochure, too. Are these amps out yet? I haven't seen any at all.
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Post by tonesponge » Wed Nov 28, 2007 2:54 pm

http://www.egnateramps.com/Start.html

For the curious, here are photos and descriptions at the Egnater Website. I hear they are slated to be in the stores in December. I undertand that even though the amps are not modular, the 4 channels have voicing switches on each channel to allow you to achieve 2 clean tones and 2 overdrive tones of your choice.

Time to drool now ...

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Post by Juggernaut » Mon Feb 11, 2008 9:12 am

I'm DYING to try one of these......

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Post by lhrocker » Sun Feb 17, 2008 8:56 am

I played one of these yesterday briefly at GC and it's pretty sweet. It has 4 channels with 2 voicing on each with and adjustable contour knob. You can get tons of tones with each channel. It comes with a 6 button footswitch that selects channel, loop and verb. It would have been nice to have a midi implementation that also remembers the vintage/modern switch setting. I may have to go back today with my own guitar to give it a real workout, or take advantage of 30 day returns. We'll see.

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ihrocker...didya by it?

Post by GtrGeorge! » Sun Nov 15, 2009 11:36 pm

Id be interested in what your final verdict was, GtrGeorge

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Re: ihrocker...didya by it?

Post by Daryl » Fri Aug 12, 2011 2:19 am

GtrGeorge! wrote:Id be interested in what your final verdict was, GtrGeorge
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Post by ctgblue » Fri Mar 09, 2012 12:55 pm

okay, since nobody replied

Since I sold all my RM/MTS stuff

I spent about 3 hours at a Platinum GC store in MN this week. (we have a wannabe GC here in my town)
I was trying to decide if I really wanted the Dual Rec/Roadster or if the Tourmaster would do it for me.
Verdict, Roadster #1, Dual Rec # 2, Tourmaster an EXTREMELY close #3.
You can pretty much clone the OD1 and OD2 channels, but then you can pop the contour on one for rhythm and leave it off the other for the fat midrange for leads
I was pretty blown away by the tourmaster.
Had I not found a good used Dual Rec for what I could afford, I already had a Tourmaster lined up.
Dual Rec on its way, Tourmaster still an option

BTW, if you want a steal on the Tourmaster 4212 combo, the GC in Edina, near minneapolis has a NEW one for $999, and shipping is only ~$20'ish
Only reason I didn't buy it - NINETY EIGHT FREAKIN POUNDS...
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Post by GtrGeorge! » Fri Mar 09, 2012 7:45 pm

..yeah 98 pounds!!!
thats about the sameweight as the Peavey JSX Combo amp.
It sounds good..but 98 pounds??????????

Who here has roadies everynight?

........I didn't think so.

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Post by disk11 » Fri Mar 09, 2012 9:38 pm

Orange 412s are 50 kilo...my 212 is 1/2 that.

I figure it'll keep me in shape should I join a band :lol:
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Post by GtrGeorge! » Sat Mar 10, 2012 10:43 am

It WILL keep you in shape...
or you will be the guy in the band who "has a bad back".

...yuck.

GtrGeorge
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Post by ctgblue » Sat Mar 10, 2012 1:08 pm

Well, 98lbs is real heavy, but I am a really strong guy (pick up stupid amounts of weight in the gym)
My problem now, and for another year or so, is that I tore my quad off the knee last year
So I had to sell the RM100 because I couldn't carry it up and down the stairs
Picking it up is no problem, carrying up and down the stairs is.
So I got a 4x12 (bugera 80lbs - $130 used delivered from GC)
Shipped the RM100 - shipped weight 104lbs
Selling the RM50 and got a 3ch Dual rec head coming
May trade the RM50 for a Mesa Studio 22, but I still have a bid on a 4100
and I love the rebel 30 combo as well
The 4100 combo is the same as the roadster/Road king combo, etc..
Just too heavy
Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoes
because then you are a mile away
AND you have their shoes

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