I also have a dyna comp reissue and it sounds nothing like the boss or Joyo. Then I saw Hotone's mini amps and am wondering how they might sound used as a pre with the line out run into the Cab IR box. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. The California is a Mesa MKII type of amp, I'm thinking more Everclear, Red Hot Chili Peppers, some Santana sounds, SoCal Skatepunk. 1. Joyo American sound vs Hotone Mojo Diamond? Initially I was going to buy a Tech 21 Blonde, but they are sadly discontinued and the Joyo clone sounds great. Press J to jump to the feed. Tube, Solidstate, Valve. Guitar, Bass, and other instrument amplification discussed here. A bit pricey but high quality. The Joyo also rolls off the highs at a slightly higher frequency, which is more like any open-back cab I've taken or seen the response of. I am looking for a nice Fender sound that I can play with headphones, or maybe eventually direct to PA live. Some follow-up questions/comments: Stompbox vs. Amp-Emulator - I've tried to read as much as reasonably possible on this whole debate, mostly as it pertains to the Tech21 series.I was concerned enough about it that it's stopped me from buying a Tech21 Liverpool (either v1 or v2) for around $100 used on multiple occasions. Cranking then just seemed like a louder toy. Turn it up to 11. Look up the Tech 21 manuals to see more information than what comes with the Joyos. I'm getting back into playing after a long hiatus and am blown away by all the small, great-sounding, portable rig choices available these days! I felt like I was playing a little belt clip battery amo from the 90s. I’ve read somewhere else that this clone of the Boss CS-2 the 80’s 3 knob version. I ended up with a joyo bantamp which is awesome and gives any amp 3x the cost a run for its money. I have just picked up a Hotone Binary Cab IR and now am choosing a preamp to stick in front of it. Plops right down on the pedal board. I tried out some of those nano hotone amps and they didn't sound big or full enough to me. The Tech 21 shifts the mid centers higher, which is not accurate to old Fender amps. Close. am aware the Joyo has 'cab sim' built-in and always on, but it sounds like there are still some highs there that could stand to be rolled off a little more for an ampless setup. And they sound very close. The Hotone is fun, but the Joyo is a better amp by far. It's the bluejay which is probably the flavor you'd be looking for if you considered these. Not exactly what you’re asking for, but a thought...Check out the strymon iridium as well. Anyhow, check out this series before pulling the trigger on a hotone nano. I have the Joyo and the vintage Boss. Anyone have any thoughts or advice on these potential setups please? Initially I was going to buy a Tech 21 Blonde, but they are sadly discontinued and the Joyo clone sounds great. I was surprised but, in terms of actual frequency response, the Joyo is closer to a real vintage Fender amp than the Tech 21. The Comp is a three knob while the dyna and Ross are two. Wow, thanks for the responses already! P.S. Fender, Marshall, Orange, Behringer, Ampeg. I have the Hotone Captain Sunset and the Joyo Jackman and I agree. Then I saw Hotone's mini amps and am wondering how they might sound used as a pre with the line out run into the Cab IR box. Pedal sized amp and cab sim that pushes pretty solid fender, Vox, or Marshall tone to headphones or PA/FOH.

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