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The word "if" is doing *a lot* of work in that sentence.
That's a big "if." Very big.
Tell ya what: You spend your money on what you want, and...
That's really not a difficult question. At the prices Fender wants for their Tone Master amps -- and I'm sure those amps sound fine -- I am...
I knew that, which is why I didn't refer to the 68 as a "reissue."
I absolutely have no doubt these amps sound wonderful. I have six amps, and five of them are Fender. I trust these guys when it comes to tone....
But the "poly" kills the toanz, though, am I right?
Seriously, very nice Tele. Ignore all the poly undercoat lamentations.
Gibson guitar > Fender tube amp = TONE.
Congrats. Looks very cool. When you find a good one, it's really hard to go wrong with a Gibson Studio (and it's really not that hard to find a...
These statements always make me smile. I've had my DRRI for six years, and I haven't even changed the tubes. Still waiting on my first PCB...
I've had a Gold in my Princeton Recording Amp for more than a year. Good speaker.
His family founded and owns the store. He's the boss. He can call himself whatever he wants (there, at least).
It's fine. My Boss RV-6 reverb sounds better than my Blues Jr. reverb -- by a country mile. (But not better than my DRRI's reverb.)
And the pedal...
The guitar people can afford is always "better" than a guitar some other player has.
That's the first rule.
In my experience, the FD 3 likes to have its own power supply. Even with an isolated output on a Voodoo Labs ISO 5, my FD 3 wasn't behaving. I had...
One of the hardest things you can do to an amp is not use it.
The post cited below really isn't true. Please get off this web site and look at a specs page at the Fender web site, for example.
We can argue...
You have to draw the line somewhere, don't you?
I have a 1993 American Standard that's older than Roy Buchanan's "Nancy" was when he recorded his...
Celestions can be great in Fenders, unless you're playing only country or jazz.
The MIM American?
If it's MIM, it's not American. And vice versa.
No 10-inch speaker handles volume and distortion better. I've had an RC in my Princeton Recording Amp for at least five years.
I'm now using mine with the Bassbreaker 1X12 extension cab. Still really happy with it, and I'm looking at a BB15 head, too.
So you're "towing" yesterday's "company line?"
You're such a rebel.
We need more threads like this one.
I recently got a Fender Bassbreaker 1X12 cab with a Celestion V speaker. This thread has inspired me to check...
The only thing that worked for me was replacing my Jensen with an Eminence Ragin Cajun. Your mileage definitely may vary.
I've been happy with my Bassbreaker 007 combo with a Bassbreaker 112 extension cab. Looking at the BB15 head, too.
I had a P21Q in a special-edition wine red Deluxe Reverb RI. It's a 40-watt speaker that breaks up plenty early. Replaced it a couple of months...