I see great minds think alike, I'm also thinking about getting an M90 or a Cameron CCV-100.
Yeah, I've heard great things about the Cameron too.
I really want to try the Elmwoods though. I love rack amps.
So, Rob what is the tonal differences between a M60 and M90 as they sit with the EL34s and KT88s respectively. I have scoured the net for info, but even in a video with Jan - all I can find is the tubes are different along with the tranny. But that doesn't tell me about the voicing differences because since the tranny is different just knowing the tube differences isn't helping. Wattage isn't an issue because I'm sure both are plenty loud. Of course I might be able to get some power tube break up faster in the M60.
I really want something that has the articulation of the SLO with a tighter, heavy, more modern gain - and a really Fendery clean. Diezels are too compressed for me, and I don't like the cleans better than the SLO. A Suhr PT 100 would be perfect, but unless John will make me a rack amp I'm probably looking at the Elmwood. Which Elmwood is more like the PT?
I'm gonna run 2 SLOs (maybe 1 if the Elmwood can cover the ground I need) and I want a third amp just for those 2 tones above. If it can do more that's a bonus! Gonna ditch the Fish, I think a Suhr or Elmwood would have better cleans, though I got a very good heavy, tight, modern tone from the Strato channel on the Fish.