#1
Anyone heard of these? I want to try one when they come out. From the demos I've seen the distortion sounds like ass but the cleans are pretty much amazing. For $650 seems like a decent deal if you're looking for a clean amp, only drawbacks are the SS driven reverb and a couple effects that I'll never use.
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#2
SS reverb wouldnt be bad, the real problem is thats its DIGITAL reverb in a FENDER TUBE AMP.
thats rediculous.
ive heard the demos, and it sounds real nice. but im guessing its basically a fender hot rod deluxe with an improved drive channel and some effects that i would never want in my amp.
try it though, it might be sweet.
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SS reverb wouldnt be bad, the real problem is thats its DIGITAL reverb in a FENDER TUBE AMP.
thats rediculous.
ive heard the demos, and it sounds real nice. but im guessing its basically a fender hot rod deluxe with an improved drive channel and some effects that i would never want in my amp.
try it though, it might be sweet.

Yeah. I'm running a Windsor for my lead tones right now and I've been looking for an amp strictly for cleans. I didn't realize that the reverb was digital though. I'd still like to try it out. Other options are the Roland JC-120, possibly a used Bandmaster or Bassman or a Ceriatone of some sort.
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