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MattD1960

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Does anyone here play through these. I know they are high level dumble clones just curious what the thoughts where here from the LPF.


I found a VERY EARLY prime minister, locally and i have never had any kind of "dumble style" amps, always been a fender guy.


any info would be great
 

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el84ster

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Never heard of them but that looks pretty sweet!
I think it’s your Lea Paul forum duty to go try it and report back!
 

MattD1960

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its a fantastic amp, JB actually has used them live if u scope his Instagram he played a baked potato show with two combos. this is a very early amp made by A.N. its close to the newer "wonderland overdrive"

its does dumble stuff pretty darn well. very big and clean sounding tons of overtones and bloom around sustained notes. it was pretty articulate, and convayed pretty much exactly what i asked it to. coming from FENDER land this doesnt have any of the sag/lag in an old fender. Mayer calls his dumbles "quick" and that is a pretty good way to sum it up. over all GREAT
 
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