#1
I already have a Champ 600 and I LOVE it, but I have a little bit of money around and wanted to have fun. I have a pedal with stereo output, so would it be a good idea to get an EVJ combo and run it in stereo with my Champ? I've heard that the EVJ is darker than the Champ, so maybe it would be a nice mix?

My other idea is to just get a 112 cab for the Champ. What's a fairly cheap (under $200) 112 that would stay faithful to the bright and crisp Fender cleans, while reacting well to heavy Distortion/Fuzz as well? Thanks!
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#2
is EVJ Epiphone valve Jr?

never seen that acronym before...
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#3
Yes, it is.
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#4
I'd get the cab. Look used for one under $200, or you could go with an Avatar for about that much. I'd spend a little extra for something like a Greenback. The brown/wheat or tweed/oxblood would look nice under the Champ.
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#5
Tell me about your champ, I'm going to get one (based on the clips) and I'm hopefully gonna try one out soon.

I played one in my dream last night, sounded good.
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