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Thread: The future of amps?

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    It makes sense overall
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    I'm curious to see if they catch on or if it is "just another thing"

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    So many things don't catch on that it's a wonder the solidbody electric is even a thing
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    Yeah although that was a considerable improvement in design. I'm sure some people resisted

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    Well the early examples took a lot ridicule
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    MAybe but they certainly did have staying power!

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    Yes they did so why is it so tough to introduce other new stuff?
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    Honestly I think unless you have a real breakthrough, most players would just prefer to stay with what the have.

    It would be very difficult to convince me to buy a non-tube amp for guitar. I do have a MarkBass amp but that was a very specific purpose it was bought for

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    I do like what I have & some new ideas seem wrong
    But view it as in addition to & not instead of
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    it is all about creating value. New products can create value for some, but not for all

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