So, I sold off multiple Fender tube amps through the years as well as a Roland JC because I just wasn’t using them. Not gigging much, and recording guitar direct into my interface with some pretty good amp plug ins / emulators. But, I had a V3 Fender Rumble 100 laying around for the very occasional bass gig. Plugged my MIM Mustang into it and it was pretty good. Added a Holy Grail and a TC Spark to it and it was very good. For drive and dirt, tube amps rule the day IMHO. But if you want to play clean as I do more often these days, these amps are great bargains. Engage the bright and vintage switches, turn up the mids and you get a pretty good Fender clean tone. And I carried it home 7 blocks after a gig without breaking a sweat.