I have a traynor 80 watt 2 12" . It is essiently a lower priced fender deville/deluxe knock off. So if you like the fender deville then your gonna like the traynor. When i first got the traynor i was impressed for the cost then i fell out with it and as i played more and more amps i realized what a good amp it is. Its a work horse, nothing more, nothing less, but its like the fat ugly girl friend you keep at home...sure you dont bring her to see your friends but your sure happy thats she waiting for you at home! With that said the fender deville is better on the cleans, but traynor is better on the distortion. Break up occurs around 5 on master 10 on clean vol. They now come with a vintage 30 if i can recall..the model i have has a celestion 70/80...not a bad speaker but not a good one.
As far as the Krankienstien, i ve heard nothing but badddd about them. I hear from people who have owned and played them that they sound too synthetic and that bands just have them on display due to Krank pushing the amp on anyone who will take it. However, i m only commenting from what i heard and your gonna have to try it out to see if its what you like. An interesting point...i heard Krank got kicked off of Harmony central for writing thier own reviews...i always wondered why i couldnt find Krank...(this may or maynot be true..)
WWSD? What would stevie do?