#1
I'm a newbie and been playing a Epi LP custom thru a VoxAD30VT. I've been happy with this combination but now my wife wants to start playing also. She'll be getting her own guitar an Epi as what one not sure yet.
I want her to have her own amp and not wanting to get the exact same one I figured could try another kind. I was thinking of a Fender FM65DSP. I'd like to know about the effects on this amp and how it sounds at lower (nothing much past 12 o' clock)volumes.
#2
I don't know much about the amp. But I advise you not to get her a better amp, because she won't be happy when you play hers all the time instead of your own

EDIT: I have heard the frontman series isn't great. Never played one though.
#3
Don't get the Fender...Please...oh please dont.

If you want effects look at Roland Cube 30X or Peavey Vypyr 30
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#4
I wouldn't get the Frontman. i own one. Might be good for jazz or someone who wants a super clean solid state amp for metal using their own pedals but the effects suck...which is what you asked about.

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#5
i own the 65R Version. .don't get it pls. . .

Lot's of buzz, no good quality. . .

It's extremely loud when distortion channel is at 4(not o'clock) hearts my ears

When i plug in my ds-2 i have bad response. . .

Go for Roland Cube 30x or Peavey Vypyr