Two-Rock make amazing amplifiers which are some of the best in the World for their particular sound. Usually people who really enjoy a thick fender sound really dig Two-Rock. If you’re a John Mayer or Matt Schofield fan you know what I am talking about – they are very Dumble like and appeal to people who really enjoy a high end rolled of thick tone. The Two-Rock Jet 22 is no exception. Ric is playing his Stratocater in the video demo below and we recorded this demo with one close microphone and two smaller condenser room microphones built onto a ZOOM R16 Audio Interface.
All in all the Two-Rock Jet 22 is a killer two channel amplifier. Sadly we were only able to test channel one as we didn’t have the foot switch available on the day. Either way, it sounds great turned up, it’s loud and works great with any type of effects pedals we tried with it. All Two-Rock amps are loud and they always sound better the louder they go. These are easily as loud as say a Hot Rod Deluxe III at 45 watts – they just are (but sound much nicer!) That said the Jet can sound better at lower volumes due to the drive channel which other models are one channel only. But amps always love to be cranked!!
The following video demo reviews are for the Fender Super-Sonic 22 Watt Guitar amplifier. This is a wonderful two channel guitar amplifier from the folks at Fender. This particular amplifier is fitted with a Eminence Patriot Cannibus Rex 12″ Speaker, which is a much thicker sound to the original Eminence that comes with the Fender Super-Sonic 22.
Fender Super-Sonic 22 & Gibson Les Paul with Mini Humbucker Pickups
Fender Super-Sonic 22 & Gibson Les Paul with P90 Pickups
The Fender Supersonic is a really versatile amplifier. It’s clean channel is very good as well but it does tend to break up pretty early and this is not really surprising because it’s only 22 watts. If you want an amplifier that has cleaner headroom/more clean volume try out the higher watt rated Super-Sonic amplifiers such as the Fender Super-Sonic 60.