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If the big-bottle and big-iron sound is very much your thing, but a 100-watt power stage is too much, then check out this medium-sized solution from California…

With an emphasis on high-wattage Dumble-inspired designs, there’s a sense Two-Rock has been kicking against the low-volume zeitgeist. Yet when we reviewed the Classic Reverb Signature in 2017, it was the most player-friendly 100-watter we’ve ever tried. Even so, how many of us really need a 100-watt amplifier these days? Recognising this, Two-Rock introduced the Studio Pro 35 and that has now been facelifted and updated to create the Studio Signature. Two-Rock describe it as a lower power version of the Classic Reverb Signature, but it’s downsized, more portable and produces 35 watts from a pair of 6L6 output valves. The controls have been simplified, with custom-taper potentiometers and no push/ pull switches. Instead, three frequencyboost switches are located on the front panel, right next to the three-band EQ.

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