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alainguitars

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Just watched video clips of a couple of models. The 1x12 Sumlin model sounded especially great to me. The sound clips are recorded live so I think what I'm hearing is an accurate representation of the amp. Does anyone have firsthand experience with these amps?
 

dez

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Very good amps. If you live in north Jersey at least I know Lou goes the extra mile to make sure you're getting what you want and need out of them.
 

davebc

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I was really curious about Lou's Bluesbreaker model which got great reviews, but I couldn't get much in the way of personal feedback.
 

dez

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I've tried a few amps that he's custom made for people ( a 2x12 combo that was eventually named the Country Bluesman and a few others). Based on that, I'd imagine his Bluesbreaker model would be pretty impressive.
 

burstblues

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They are great amps.....I once owned his copy of the tweed twin....superb,I tried out his version of the bluesbreaker and it sounded great.
 

Coyote Blues

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I've tried a few amps that he's custom made for people ( a 2x12 combo that was eventually named the Country Bluesman and a few others). Based on that, I'd imagine his Bluesbreaker model would be pretty impressive.
Hi Dez,

I now own the Country Bluesman. I have emailed Lou for any info about it but have yet to hear back from him. Is there anything you can tell me about it? It is super loud and super clean and super heavy but obviously a piece of amplifier history.
 
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