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Soldano SLO-100 Guitar Amplifier Head (100 Watts)

Get your hands on one of the originators of the modern high-gain amp tone. The SLO-100 ranges from crystal-clear cleans to tight, supercharged overdrive.

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Submitted July 12, 2022 by a customer from yahoo.com

"Amazing amp"

Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Not gonna go overboard with this review. Others have stated many times what it can do. I was able to play one of these, and I had an SLO 30 briefly, im actually going to reorder an SLO 30 when I find an open box deal. SLOS are mind-blowing for those who like to dig in with their phrasing, it is the most responsive amp I've ever played. The SL0 30 and 100 to me are the best amps on the market today unless you are looking for compressed, modern or buzzsaw type gain, if so there are other amps cheaper and better at that. One thing I want to point out, the SLO 30 is every bit as good as the SLO 100, if you are playing bedroom to small venues it is everything you need. If you play stadiums or live way out in the sticks go with the SLO 100. Don't listen to the ego players on the guitar forums and their ad nauseum clich├ęs about "Big Iron", if you don't play stadiums or large venues the SLO 30 is all you need. That said IMO the SLO 100 at 4k is a better value then the SLO 30 at 3k unless you can find a 30 at a decent open box price.
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