#1
Hey guys,

My bass player has offered me one of these for £15 (the other I don't chose will go to the other guitarist in my band)

Firstly, given a straight up choice between the two (please, no other choices), what would you guys choose?

Second, is it worth the monies? (15 squids)

I play rock, indie-rock, post-rock, math-rock and blues. Which is best for me? I already have a tubescreamer for OD and proco rat for distortion I'm happy with.

Thanks!
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#2
yeah, that's actually an ok deal go for it

the Jackhammer is heavier and the bluesbreaker more low gain JCM800ish so you decide go try it
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#3
thanks, anybody else got any thoughts on this?
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#5
Bluesbreaker, definitely. Is it a black box one?
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#6
BB probably the way to go... ages since i tried them, but the BB has a clean boost mode which would be handy.
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#7
go for bb i have a bb2 and love it
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Bluesbreaker, definitely. Is it a black box one?


yeah that's the one
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#10
ah sorry man I thought you meant it came in a black box (thought that was a bit of an odd question!). It's the later one unfortuantly! O well I think I'm going to pick it up anyway- the bluesbreaker seems to be the clear winner over the jackhammer here! Thanks guys!
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PEDALZ
Ashdown Fallen Angel 60DSP
Fender Blues Junior
Ashton MPA100