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Hi-Tone Versatility?

Postby jrsdws » Tue Jan 14, 2014 9:33 pm

It's not the overpowering beast that others have, but this little "stack" is perhaps the ultimate in versatility!!! I can't say enough about the HT30/15 "JP" Combo amp. It's quite the amazing little beast and contains pretty much any tone you want!!! A special thanks to the good Dr for guiding us through this purchase.
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Re: Hi-Tone Versatility?

Postby Dr.HI-TONE » Tue Jan 14, 2014 11:33 pm

You are very welcome!
Oh Yeah, between the combo and the HT2121 2x12, you can play on any stage anywhere.
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Re: Hi-Tone Versatility?

Postby Bossco » Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:49 am

jrsdws wrote:It's not the overpowering beast that others have, but this little "stack" is perhaps the ultimate in versatility!!! I can't say enough about the HT30/15 "JP" Combo amp. It's quite the amazing little beast and contains pretty much any tone you want!!! A special thanks to the good Dr for guiding us through this purchase.


Congrats jrsdws,
Have you a sound sample available to share with the class?
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