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Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« on: March 24, 2017, 06:15:28 PM »

First post from a long-time lurker. I learned about Yonac ToneStack from Elantric's posts and have now become a fan. I'll be mainly using a few good amps from Bias Amp via IAA (e.g. Twin and Deluxe Reverbs and AC30) but I'm also trying to figure out what amps we have in ToneStack. The original descriptions are here:
- Basic List (6 amps):
- The Motherload (40 additional amps):

This now includes all 46 amps in the 3.0 Motherload. The list is shown twice - once alphabetized by ToneStack name, and a second time broken into guitar vs bass amps and then more-or-less alphabetized by name of the real amp.

Assume errors in this list. The more contributions we get the better the list will be. Looking forward to corrections and additions, I'll update the list as they come in.

'64 DualVerb: Fender Twin Reverb or Marshall JTM
'65 Bluesmaker: Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker
'65 Verbmaker: Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb
'67 Anglia: Marshall Plexi
360 Pro: Acoustic 360
Acoustic: Generic Acoustic Guitar Simulator
Albert: Hiwatt DR201
Axe of Eugene: Hiwatt DR103, modded
Bass 700 Mk. II: Gallien Kruger GK 700RB-II Bass Amp
Bass 800: Gallien Kruger GK 800RB Bass Amp
Bass-15: 1967 Ampeg B-15N
Bear Republic: Mesa Boogie (undetermined)
Bristol City: Vox AC15
Britannia: Marshall Super Lead 1959
British Boost: Vox AC30 Top Boost (uncertain)
Brownswood: Marshall JCM 900
Burn: Marshall 200 Major, modded
Citrus Peel: Orange OR120
Clementine 200 Bass: Orange AD200B
Clementine 30: Orange AD30
DeutschLAD: ENGL Savage 120
Dual Shaman: Fender Blackface Dual Showman
Eighteen Special: Marshall 18W
Ginger: SWR Redhead
Jack T'Ripper: Vox AC30 Top Boost
Jazz 420: Roland Jazz Chorus JC-120
Leeds: Hiwatt CP103
Lester R147a: Leslie 147A
Lightnin' Bolt: Supro Thunderbolt
Modern Gain: Marshall DSL or JVM
NeckWringer: Vox AC30, pre-Top Boost
OU812: Peavey 5150
Reverb Torpedo: Ampeg Reverberocket
Silver Trembler: Fender Silverface Princeton Reverb
Super Bassdude: 1972 Fender Super Bassman
Super Gain: Mesa Boogie Mark IV
SupraPawn: Supro Super 1606
Tall Bass: Ampeg SVT
Tangerine: Orange Tiny Terror
The '59: Fender Tweed Bassman
The Boar: Marshall 200 Major
The Nazz Jr: Dr Z MAZ 18 Jr
Tiny Tweed: Fender Narrow Panel Tweed Champ
Tommy: Vox AC4
War Pig: Laney Supergroup 100
Wrecking Ball: Dr Z Zwreck


Ampeg Reverberocket: Reverb Torpedo
Dr Z MAZ 18 Jr: The Nazz Jr
Dr Z Zwreck: Wrecking Ball
ENGL Savage 120: DeutschLAD
Fender 1972 Super Bassman: Super Bassdude
Fender Tweed Bassman: The '59
Fender Narrow Panel Tweed Champ: Tiny Tweed
Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb: '65 Verbmaker
Fender Silverface Princeton Reverb: Silver Trembler
Fender Blackface Dual Showman: Dual Shaman
Fender Twin Reverb: '64 DualVerb (but also possibly Marshall JTM)
Hiwatt CP103: Leeds
Hiwatt DR103, modded: Axe of Eugene
Hiwatt DR201: Albert
Laney Supergroup 100: War Pig
Leslie 147A: Lester R147a
Marshall 18W: Eighteen Special
Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker: '65 Bluesmaker
Marshall 200 Major: The Boar
Marshall 200 Major, modded: Burn
Marshall DSL or JVM: Modern Gain
Marshall JCM 900: Brownswood
Marshall JTM 45: '64 DualVerb (but also possibly Fender Twin Reverb)
Marshall Plexi: '67 Anglia
Marshall Super Lead 1959: Britannia
Mesa Boogie (uncertain): Bear Republic
Mesa Boogie Mark IV: Super Gain
Orange AD30: Clementine 30
Orange OR120: Citrus Peel
Orange Tiny Terror: Tangerine
Peavey 5150: OU812
Roland Jazz Chorus JC-120: Jazz 420
Supro Super 1606: SupraPawn
Supro Thunderbolt: Lightnin' Bolt
Vox AC15: Bristol City
Vox AC30, pre-Top Boost: NeckWringer
Vox AC30 Top Boost: Jack T'Ripper
Vox AC30 Top Boost (uncertain): British Boost
Vox AC4: Tommy

Acoustic 360: 360 Pro
1967 Ampeg B-15N: Bass-15
Ampeg SVT: Tall Bass
Gallien Kruger GK 700RB-II Bass Amp: Bass 700 Mk. II
Gallien Kruger GK 800RB Bass Amp: Bass 800
Orange AD200B: Clementine 200 Bass
SWR Redhead: Ginger

Generic Acoustic Guitar Simulator: Acoustic
« Last Edit: April 04, 2017, 10:06:11 PM by BigDon »


Re: Yonac ToneStack Amp Names
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2017, 08:26:06 AM »

Input from cplm, see below, thanks!

Need more input from folks, still have doubts about these: '64 DualVerb, Bear Republic, Burn, Eighteen Special, Modern Gain, NeckWringer, Silver Trembler, Wrecking Ball

> Orange AD200B is a bass amp
Yeah, sloppiness on my part, I had them reversed. Fixed that, thanks.

> Eighteen Special = Marshall 18W (1964-65)
One of many confusing Yonac descriptions - "boutique" led to me to the Category 5 Tsunami (based on the Marshall 18 IIRC). But the description mentions "British Invasion" while Category 5 is near Dallas. I switched it to Marshall 18W since it's a classic amp and an obvious choice for modelling.

> NeckWringer = Vox AC?? White
I was thinking the NeckWringer might be the Dumble Overdrive Special, but the description almost certainly would've said something about "boutique." Vox AC-something better matches the description, but there's already several Vox's in the collection. I don't think this is a Matchless, but maybe one of the others is.

> Wrecking Ball = Dumble (Dumb Ball)
Ok, could be Dumble, but maybe also could be Trainwreck Circuits. Another almost deliberately confusing description. I've put both for now.
« Last Edit: March 26, 2017, 08:29:47 AM by BigDon »


Re: Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2017, 06:11:55 AM »

Now I'm really wondering what the Wrecking Ball is - a Dumble or something else. It's just become one of my favorites, played with a Twang King Tele neck pickup.

I'm thinking this part of the description should be a hint, but it's not helping me figure it out:
"Taking its provenance from modern country ..."


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Re: Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2017, 08:14:42 AM »

Wrecking Ball is title of popular Emmylou Harris love with Buddy Miller ( Vox AC-30 top boost ) produced by Daniel Lanois (U2 joshua tree)

But a"  Trainwreck " Amps were custom east coast amps based on Vox AC-30 by Ken Fischer (1945-2006)
As of 2010, Trainwreck amplifiers fetch $25,000 and up

« Last Edit: March 27, 2017, 09:27:57 AM by Elantric »


Re: Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« Reply #4 on: March 28, 2017, 04:36:25 AM »

That's making a lot more sense, thanks! Wrecking Ball updated accordingly.


Re: Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« Reply #5 on: April 01, 2017, 08:24:50 AM »

Neither Dumble nor Trainwreck but Dr. Z® Zwreck.

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Re: Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« Reply #6 on: April 04, 2017, 09:01:06 PM »

Thanks cplm! That's pretty cool - and needed!

But now I feel compelled to go back through the damn list, argh. Nice to know the info is in the interface, but I'd also like to see the list of amps together.

Just did a quick check on the effects and there's more hints to the identity of each, but they're not necessarily called out by name. Not surprising, but would've been nice.


Re: Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« Reply #7 on: April 04, 2017, 10:07:57 PM »

Went through the descriptions in the IOS User Interface and found a few things, made the few updates I found.

For the most part, though, those descriptions are as cryptic as the ones online. Keeping us guessing.


Re: Yonac ToneStack 3.0 Motherload Amp Names
« Reply #8 on: April 20, 2017, 09:19:03 PM »

Am I crazy? Doesn't the Super Gain look like a dead ringer for a Soldano SLO-100? Instead of a Mesa Boogie?
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