Separate names with a comma.
I'd predict a 59 Bassman Tonemaster (but I'd hope they would add reverb).
Line6 should have stuck with original Flextone I
Fender makes the cabs in Ensenda, Mexico where final assembly takes place with the MIC amp chassis
The pine cab and neo speakers account for about $400 cost
It sounds really good. I did end up selling it to get a Laney Lionheart 5 watt combo. The Laney works better for home use
Read the service manual and detailed schematic
Love my new little 5 watter
My Robin Rawhide is the perfect "strat" for me. Prefer the tele body and hard tail bridge.
Still looking for the GC408
It's weird how beefy and big this amp is for 5W. I'm torn on using the bright switch, with it on it's voxy but my tonebender pedal doesn't jive...
I love the kickstand!
I've been wanting one of these for years. Seemed like the perfect home tube amp. I had a Laney VC15 before and stupidly sold it. Anyways, Amazon...
Rick the Fender product manager is posting info about these amps over at TGP
Had a Tribute Fallout. It was very well made and had great tones
I see this as my personal version of a "Strat" hardtail.
Compared to my Road Worn 50s Tele:
The Fender's TexMex pickups are brighter and more twangy. The Rio's strat tallboy neck obviously is stratty...
Looks like road worn are discontinued too?
Cool to hear Dave is coming back.
But so far, this a keeper!
I would go with a P90 in a humbucker size for the neck
Too bad Robin closed shop in 2010
They are a tad dark. However, they work well with my AC30S1 and the Blackstar
Body Details: Solid alder body
Neck Material: Maple Neck
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood Fingerboard
Neck Profile: C shape neck