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Dennis Ellerbee

 

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Jackson, Georgia US
Post  Posted 30 Jun 2020 5:14 pm    
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Bought this amp. Plugged it in and wow. It is light weight and the 12 inch speaker kicks butt. Best sounding amp I have heard in a long while. Plugged in my Benado Steel Dream pedal and it is wonderful. Still playing with the amp settings, but started with the Travis Toy settings he put on the forum, and adjusted from there. You should check this out. I am very happy Travis put this together.
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Larry Behm


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Mt Angel, Or 97362
Post  Posted 7 Jul 2020 8:55 pm    
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I also got the 202 and the TT 15, now this is clean, wow!
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Micheal Harvey

 

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Palm City, Florida, USA
Post  Posted 10 Jul 2020 10:47 am     Travis Toy 15
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How does this compare to the Telonic's 15
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Dennis Ellerbee

 

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Jackson, Georgia US
Post  Posted 11 Jul 2020 5:29 am     Travis Toy
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I haven’t used a Telonics Amp, but I can tell you the TT Quilter amp is hard to beat, and the good thing is if you want to use a 15” cabinet you can remove the amp section and use it with the 15 cabinet. Sounds great either way.
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Kenneth Kotsay

 

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Davie/Ft Lauderdale, Florida
Post  Posted 7 Aug 2020 8:25 am    
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Has anyone tried the Steelaire version from Quilter.
How did you like it?

Ken
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Steve Hinson

 

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Hendersonville Tn USA
Post  Posted 11 Aug 2020 6:55 am    
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I love my TB-202,which is the amp section of the TT amp...

I prefer the 15"speaker,so I use the Eminence EPS speaker in a Marrs cab...

I'm very happy with it.

SH
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Roger Crawford


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McDonough, GA USA
Post  Posted 11 Aug 2020 9:21 am    
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So, Dennis, where have you landed on settings?
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Johnny Cox

 

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Lives in Hallettsville Texas
Post  Posted 11 Aug 2020 7:54 pm    
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I love mine. I have the TT12 combo with a extra TT12 cab. I also use the TB202 with a 15"JBL for the more vintage 60s sound. They all sound great.
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Roy Peterman

 

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Muncy Valley, Pennsylvania
Post  Posted 12 Aug 2020 5:38 am    
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I bought a TB202 from my old pal Tommy Detamore, built a cabinet and put an Eminence EPS speaker in it. I've used it on some gigs and several sessions, and it has been great. It also is much easier on the back! By the way, Tommy was a great guy to deal with.
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Jack Stoner


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New Port Richey Florida
Post  Posted 15 Aug 2020 6:44 am    
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As I previously posted I couldn't get a sound I liked with the Steelaire and a Franklin D-10 steel (with Lawrence 710 pickups). Same way with the Franklin and a Quilter amp head and several different speakers including a Telonics TSNEO-12.

I now have a GFI Ultra D-10 with Lawrence 710 pickups. I recently (Thursday) picked up a Quilter Travis Toy model amp. Bingo! within 2 minutes I found "my" sound. With my downsizing, the Quilter TT fits in as its 27lbs compared to 44 for a stock NV112 (or 10lbs lighter than my customized NV112).
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Travis Toy


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Nashville, TN, USA
Post  Posted 17 Aug 2020 7:38 am    
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Glad everybody is enjoying the combo. It certainly works incredibly for me.

-t
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Dennis Detweiler


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Solon, Iowa, US
Post  Posted 18 Aug 2020 4:45 am    
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Is the 202 and the TT amp the same tone stack? Only difference is the power output?
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Jack Stoner


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New Port Richey Florida
Post  Posted 18 Aug 2020 5:33 am    
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The Travis Toy model uses a stock 202 amp.
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Micheal Harvey

 

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Palm City, Florida, USA
Post  Posted 18 Aug 2020 12:24 pm     Tt202
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Has anyone ever tried this with a steelaire Pro?
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Micheal Harvey

 

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Palm City, Florida, USA
Post  Posted 19 Aug 2020 10:20 am     Tt 15
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Has anyone tried the TT15 compared to the Telonics? What are your thoughts if any?
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