#1
ok, so right now i have a fender hotrod deluxe amp, its not a bad amp but I'm looking to downgrade. the only time i really play electric guitar is on like every other sunday for worship at my church and my amp is mic'd so i never really even go past 2 on the amp. so I'm looking for a little bit smaller of an amp, less wattage, lighter to carry, and still tube. any ideas?
#3
an HRD is too heavy? time to hit the gym...

i would check out a vox ac15 or an orange tiny terror combo. both have less than half the wattage, are fairly light and small, and they both sound great!
#4
Orange, Egnater, Jet City, Epiphone, and others all make good micro amps. Try finding one with a direct line out and you can run it to the board vs micing it. If u don't also use it as a monitor u may also look at the Line 6 Pod type products. Super convenient for lugging around.
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#5
Well if you like the HRD clean sound, then maybe a blues junior or even a super champ would work well. If you use the crunch channel mostly, then a Marshall Class 5 wouldn't be too bad.
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#6
i had been looking at the fender blues junior, what are thoughts on this amp? looks nice
#7
Try finding one with a direct line out and you can run it to the board vs micing it.
#8
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#9
Quote by j1o1s1h1b1
i had been looking at the fender blues junior, what are thoughts on this amp? looks nice


it is a nice amp, though it has a much more open tone than the HRD. This is due to the tube choice.

that being said, the blues junior is a good amp. at that price, also check out a traynor YCV20WR. very nice feature set and great versatility.