#2
My thought is lemons.

But really, theyre decent amps, nothing that special, but good for the money (dependant on the music you play).
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#3
What do you play? They have a nice clean tone and can be pushed into a nice overdrive for bluesy stuff or classic rock. If you want to play anything more distorted and heavy, you would need a pedal.
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#5
I have a blues deluxe, and the clean channel is pretty wonderful, the distorted channel...not so much, but I have a DS-1 to handle that.
#6
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I have a blues deluxe, and the clean channel is pretty wonderful, the distorted channel...not so much, but I have a DS-1 to handle that.

That's an improvement? Man that drive channel must be terrible.
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Unless its electronic drums.

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#7
Good amps, though now that they've dropped the price of a hot rod deluxe to 599 they should really consider dropping it's price. I'd take the hot rod deluxe with a quality over drive pedal over a blues junior with a quality over drive pedal any day.

If you're going for 15 watts cause you want a practice amp at home try out the superchamps too, good tone for the price, though not quite to par with the blues junior.