#1
1. too loud
2. too big


with the $ i wanna get the right amp. the plexi are nice but toooo expensive. I play blues (hendrix , clapton) classic rock and rock new stuff. what heads are for me? I got about 800 dollars for it.
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#6
Quote by AcousticMirror
isn't this your fourth or 400th thread about your deville.

isn't this a statement, when it is clearly supposed to be a question?


OT:
i'd look into an Orange...
#7
Quote by TonyRandall
isn't this a statement, when it is clearly supposed to be a question?


OT:
i'd look into an Orange...


ya dude you're right. I totally raised my voice a little at the end when I thought it in my mind voice but completely forgot to add the question mark at the end.
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#8
Did you honestly expect a 60w amp to not be loud? Be honest. Most Fender amps at that wattage are going to twist your guts in half. Get a 30w or a 15w. More than enough.
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#9
if you had the mexican deville, then they seem to come with a linear taper pot for the volume knob that pretty much peaks the amp around 4 (on a 12 scale!). you can change the pot out and make the volume much more manageable. i just sold mine to though.

picked up a used 66 epiphone embassy 212 with the cash, bit upgrade. prob not for you though.

if a deville is too loud for you, then a plexi is prob gonna be too loud for you as well.

i say be a little patient and wait for something sweet to come your way.
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#10
Ya I emailed fender and they said are ways to fix the vol bu he could help me lol said to google it. I've never had a tube amp before so I thougt 60 watts was ok lol well shit never again will I get a 60 watt unless it has a switch for 15,30 , 60. For watts. I'll look on to orange what model? Why are they so expensive?
My newest cover Rivers Of Babylon sublime style.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=J_E7iWLxmiA


My gear:
taylor 310
Fender strat MiM
Cry Baby-GCB-95
Tone port ux2
tascam dp4
80s rock, classic rock, classic metal
#11
Quote by silly6-string
1. too loud
2. too big


with the $ i wanna get the right amp. the plexi are nice but toooo expensive. I play blues (hendrix , clapton) classic rock and rock new stuff. what heads are for me? I got about 800 dollars for it.



fender blues jr.
#12
Your says your a college graduate from NY. Please type coherently.

Is it really necessary to make this many threads about the same topic/dilemma?

You will not get a plexi tone at low volumes. A big part of that sounds is air movement and speaker distortion.

Look at the peavey classic 30 and fender blues jr. Nice little tube blues/classic rocky amps.

Honestly though, Clapton and Hendrix tones are pretty different. I would just keep the deville, use it as a clean sound base, and add pedals on top. Get a fuzz face for hendrix and a mid gain OD for clapton.

You could also look at the JCA20h
#13
email leo again and ask him if changing the speakers in the deville would help.
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