#1
Well, I have been looking for a new amp. The B-52 AT-112 fits all the criteria i am looking for. Only problem is i haven't seen one in stores and haven't played one. I was gonna buy it online but wasn't sure if i would like it or not. So ..... Should I get it?
daytripper75

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#2
I personally love that amp when I've tried it. It's really easy to get solid distortion / crunch sounds as well as some truly shimmering and warm cleans. B-52 has my vote for sure, you won't be disappointed. And with such a good clean channel you're flexible with distortion pedals etc. Good luck!
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#3
I have often sent amplifiers back within the 30 day warranty if they were not quite what I wanted. It seems to be the only way for me to try out hard to find gear, particularly as I live in Ireland. It costs a little bit of money, but it's only ever gear above the £1000 mark, so it's worth it.

BTW, it's not up to us to tell you if it's worth it, it's up to you. All I can say is it's a good amp.
#4
Is there a return shipping fee?
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Second you dance.
Third you wipe off all the pussy.
#5
I don't know with Guitar Centre or ZZsounds as I buy from Europian and UK retailers. Check their details on the website.