#2
neither

Vox AC4c1 if you want vox tones for cheap

Fender if you want that type of sound

otherwise get a Vox vt30 or mustang II
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#3
Well first of all.. do you want the AC30 sound, or the Fender sound?

Two completely different voicing's.
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#4
the mini3 actually does a pretty darn good vox impression, IMO. I mean I have a genz benz black pearl here (which, far as i'm aware, is pretty voxy, has (eminence) alnico speakers and all), and the mini3 ac30 model sounds pretty good to me.

when you say the fender reverb sound i assume you mean the blackface-type setting. it's not too bad on the mini3 either (though i haven't tried the mustang, it probably will do fender tones better; and the mini3's tweed setting is cack )
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