#2
They're great amps. They have great Fendery cleans, but the distortion is very metal-oriented and that might not be something you like.

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#3
I LOVE this amp. i have had it for 4 years now and it can play blues, metal, jazzy, i can even get some great sound with my acoustic going through it. the cleans are super clear, and the reverb is superb
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Quote by devina566
I LOVE this amp. i have had it for 4 years now and it can play blues, metal, jazzy, i can even get some great sound with my acoustic going through it. the cleans are super clear, and the reverb is superb

Please elaborate. Are you using pedals? I've seen some demos on Youtube, but the distortion settings didn't seem that high-gain at all. I know Youtube isn't the best place to check out demos, but I could tell.
#5
i dont own any pedals, but the countour can make the sound really crunchy, especially with the gain up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXj8nyx1g4k

this guy has his bass at 6, and his treble at 3, giving a bluesy tone. but when the tone knobs are reversed (bass at 3, treble at 6), the overdrive gets hot and keeps a tight sound, with clear highs and lows.
the amp has a bassy tone in it, so its great as a rhythm guitar amp, or if you tinker with the knobs a bit, you can get a great lead out of it

Edit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXj8nyx1g4k

This guy modded his treble a little bit, but there is an example of the high gain sound.
at 30 seconds, he turns up the treble and the sound gets heavier. unmodded, the amp's treble tone is a little less hot
Last edited by devina566 at Dec 23, 2009,