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« Toooootally Great Blues Amp !!!! »

Published on 03/27/15 at 14:38
Value For Money : Excellent
Audience: Anyone
Fender old 2x10(Fender Special Design Speakers ... Eminence ???) 51 watt amp Made in USA ... not big ... not heavy ... but loud as hell!!!

Perfect choice for someone who want get nice cleans and raw overdrive . First CLEANS very bright sparkle but tight too .. ideal for some Texas Blues and blues rock/good old R&R OVERDRIVE little more unusual as the others GAIN , LIMITER , PRESENCE , VOLUME and extra MID BOOST buton ... for some begginers its really hard to get nice overdrive and get perfect combination but if You spend some time to find a ,,sweet spot,, it`ll be really satisfied especially for like I wrote for Blues/Rock music ... You wouldn`t find in here any BLACK DEATH METAL sounds ... its classic Fender sound pure vintage almost Tube !!! :)

Overall its great solid state amp with really nice tube sound .... sparkly cleans and screamin overdrive ... good for rehearsal and for stage eighter !!! ... TUBE or not TUBE !!!!! :)
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