#1
is the valve standard or the vavle special as good as they say the junior is? what kind of tone can you get from these? i play rock, classic rock, hard rock, and need a kinda clean sound to.
#2
The problem with those is that they have a crappy speaker (and used to have a noise issue that they supposedly fixed).

If you replaced the speaker, it'd probably be ok.
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#4
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o what is a good small tube amp that i could transport easy? combo


Well what are you using it for and how much are you willing to spend?
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#5
i play classic rock, rock, hard rock, and need a kinda clean sound to and around $300 canadian
#6
For $300 I think you'll have to go used if you want a good transportable tube amp.
Fender Blues Jr. comes to mind if you want good cleans.
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#8
The VJ combo and a new speaker would probably cost less than what you are willing to do .

Maybe a Fender Champion 600 or Crate Palomino?
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