#1
I want the spring reverb, 2 channels, won't look to small on stage and all for no more than £120. Is anything realistically I could buy, looking at eBay prices. Can anyone advise model wise?

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#2
well i live in the us and im too lazy to convert to pounds but a hot rod deluxe may work out for you. you may also want to look at carvin's vintage series amps. i know theyre not fender but they have some nice clean tones as well and come at a nice price point.
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#4
no problem. good luck with your hunt.
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#5
No you're gonna need more than £120 to buy any decent Fender amp unless you stumble across some uber-cheap deal on ebay. The excellent Hot Rod Deluxe that Mr. Wingedgopher suggested costs £530. The cheapest Fender amp that can hold up onstage is the Champion 300, which is about £130. I've played one and it's passable, but it won't blow you away like it's more expensive valve counterparts.
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#6
I was going to say, I thought i got ripped off. . .
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#7
Get an Vox AD30VT.

No chance you'll get a Hot Rod for that, or a Blues Jr.
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