Yeah. Tweed with a master and 2-5-10-20-40 watts? It’s like a champ and a Bassman all in one box.
The marks are Princeton’s with less bass on all modes but crunch and Fat mk1 and extreme.
Problem with blackface vs tweed is that BF has the scoop and the bass is so tubby you basically have to set it between 7:00- 9:00 or your going to flub your tone out. So basically the bass knob is useless and it gets to be blackface has ONE amp setting. Where tweed you can go nuts with the knobs, just watch the spikey treble.
The Mark series addresses this, mostly. Clean, II, IV, Edge and somewhat crunch are all designed to make the bass knob usable from 0-10 and Fat, mk1 and XTREME are slightly modified blackface based channels. Fat being a lone star, which is blackface with some minor compression and voicing to make it less harsh. Mk1 is the Lone Star with a massive wall of gain in front so Bass galore. And Extreme is the same as mk1 but with all the negative feedback opened up like a Vox. Basically open up the all knobs.
Great amp. Tweed is misnamed imo though. It’s really Mark IV rythem 2 and THAT isn’t really tweed like except in where it breaks up. The back end of the Mark amps just don’t sag and compress too much to feel like a tweed amps.