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This. Magic. I want the 40 watt 6V6 Combo please....

Two Rock new Brookfield Drive Amp.

NAMM 2018: Two Rock Introduces New Bloomfield Drive Tube Amps!



Winter NAMM 2018 Coverage: Two Rock has unveiled the new Bloomfield Drive two channel tube amps! ........this Bloomfield Drive is the next evolution in the two-channel cascading gain stage tube amp!

The Bloomfield Drive comes stock with proprietary output transformers as it's cornerstone. These transformers also offer switchable power ratings without sacrificing tone or feel. The 100 watt Bloomfield Drive head is switchable to 50, and the combo version is switchable from 40 to 20 watts.

You'll find yourself right at home on the clean channel, and the dynamic and articulate lead channel will really put a smile on your face. Not only does the amp not interfere with your tone, but it also offers a plethora of non-invasive tone stack shaping functions, and a complex and beautiful tube spring reverb circuit that interacts perfectly with either channel. And NOS part selections bring this amp to a level that you have to hear to believe.

The Bloomfield Drive features a super classy "silver knob" upgrade, as shown in the photos. It's available as a head or a combo loaded with a Two Rock TR1265B speaker.

Features:

2 channel cascading gain stage platform
Adjustable Treble, Mid and Bass tone-stack
Foot switchable LEAD and tone BYPASS functions
Reverb SEND and RETURN controls
Passive effects loop
4 x 6L6 100 watt switchable to 50 watts
2 x 6L6 50 watt with low power option
4 x 6V6 40 watt combo switchable to 20 watts
Silver anodize with silver knobs or black anodize with black chicken head knobs
Colors: Slate gray tolex, silver thread cloth, blue accent piping or black bronco with black matrix grill
40 Watt 6V6 Combo with TR1265B Speaker
Head Dims: 20.625 x 10.5 x 12.125 - 43 LBS
Combo Dims: 20.625 x 11 x 22 - 59 LBS”

 
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Fender “new” HRD IV!
Looks like all the mods we put in the old III’s are in.
A more usable preamp (no volume at 1 1/2!), less “more drive”, a better Reverb & metal jacks.
 
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I think I would like to try one of these when they come out. An upgrade to the Vox Pathfinder for apartment playing. 1 el84 2 ECC83, 5w with power scaling, 3 band EQ, tilt control, effects bypass,....

 

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Fender “new” HRD IV!
Looks like all the mods we put in the old III’s are in.
A more usable preamp (no volume at 1 1/2!), less “more drive”, a better Reverb & metal jacks.
I’m excited about the next step in this line. The Jr sounds better than the last version and the Pro looks good, although I wish they would stick it in a larger cab and match it with a 12” speaker. I’ve already read some user reviews on how much better the Deluxe is right out of the box.
 

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I’m excited about the next step in this line. The Jr sounds better than the last version and the Pro looks good, although I wish they would stick it in a larger cab and match it with a 12” speaker. I’ve already read some user reviews on how much better the Deluxe is right out of the box.
They had one at L&M Calgary East. (Deluxe IV)
Just sitting there.
Seems I was wrong about the jacks being all metal, but it sounded great!
 

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The Origin has piqued my interest, too. The first new Marshall I've been interested in since 1983 or so. 20H and 50H both look interesting.
I'm with you on this!
 
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