No arguments from me...I have an old 70's Silverface Princeton (no reverb) that I've had for close to 30 years, and last year I ordered a used solid state Princeton Chorus to complement it with some additional clean volume. They sent me a PRRI on accident, and I didn't exercise the generous return policy. I figure if I ever need a bigger amp, I can trade up and still be ahead of the game from a monetary/value perspective.No! Why would any reasonable person tell you that?
2 is literally twice as good as 1.
I have 2 two Tweed Deluxes, 2 Teles, 2 strats, 2 PRS, 3 Gibsons.
If it sounds good, buy it.
'Road-worn' Squiers? Custom Shop 'relics'? Infinite interbred 'reissues' and FSRs?
Say what you want about 10" v. 12" (it's a fun question), Fender's marketing department is really good at their job, selling us stuff.
Heh, no, but if they can hustle you to pay $750 for a speaker swap and some 'Bordeaux' Tolex, they’re really *good* hustlers…
I've definitely been in the market for a second PRRI. Especially if you get a 68 custom AND a 65. Those are distinct enough to be worth it.
Plus, Princeton's in stereo with effects like chorus and panned trem is to die for.
Pro Jr's in stereo with stereo effects are also to die for, maybe even better.
I used to prefer two slightly different amps for stereo.
Two little amps combined for the required wattage, stereo, spread out the sound, different circuits that complement, just a win win win.
Tell me I don't need a 2nd Princeton!...ok ya don't need a 2nd princeton..one is enoughSomeone gotta talk me down off this ledge lol..... Got a brand new PRRI earlier this month and love it! Browsing around on FB marketplace this morning and I seen one of the 1x12 Bordeaux versions about an hour away from me, asking 775.00..... Anyone out there own one of each? Anyone out there think of a reason NOT to own one of each? lol