#1
I sold my Fender Blues Junior because I couldn't play it loud enough.

I am looking for an all-tube amp, with a master volume that sounds like a fender amplifier. Head or combo.

I would like it to be really more quiet than the Blues Junior so I could crank it without the neighbours calling the police.

I play almost only blues.
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#2
Fender Dual Showman aka "Evil Twin" is an option...
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#3
Maybe a Vibro Champ XD or Champ 600? Those are the lowest wattage Fender tube amps I can think of...
#4
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Fender Dual Showman aka "Evil Twin" is an option...


Too loud.


You could get something like a nice Champ clone or maybe a Vox AC4TV. You don't have a lot of options that low in the wattage. You could also check out the Marshall Class 5 but it's not going to sound like a Fender.
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#5
I was thinking about playing a champ 600 and an ac4tv with a a/b selector.
The 600 little overdriven and the vox cranked.

Good idea ??
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#6
Sounds like a bit of a waste to me. Personally I would just buy one and then save up for a bigger amp just in case you deside to jam/gig. If you like the idea of two, go for it.
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#7
I'd go down the modelling route if it's really got to be that quiet. Most of the micro-amps (Zvex Nano, Blackheart Killer Ant etc) have more of a marshall voicing.

Try downloading a trial version of Amplitube 3 or Amplitube Fender. If you like it, spend your amp money on a good USB interface and the full software. The Fender version even has a very good Blues Jr model!

If you're not convinced by modelling, check out a few vids like these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1aWBOvS2iU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLPBYJmibJc
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#8
Quote by kyle62
I'd go down the modelling route if it's really got to be that quiet. Most of the micro-amps (Zvex Nano, Blackheart Killer Ant etc) have more of a marshall voicing.

Try downloading a trial versi of Amplitube 3 or Amplitube Fender. If you like it, spend your amp money on a good USB interface and the full software.


The modelling route wouldn't be so bad for at home noodling. Amplitube is amazing if you have the patience to make the tones. I have like a bazillion clips on my profile.
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#9
I sold my super champ XD too, hated it.
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