#1
Hmm I went to the GC a few days ago and I played a Fender Champion 600 through my DC145 carvin what do you guys think about it? All tube, 5 watt, $200. Just for a practice amp of course. But then again you can hook huge ass cabs to it .
yes, or no?

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Carvin DC-145

Fender Champion 600

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Metal Muff
Blues Driver


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#2
I like it.
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#3
Yes. Very much yes. As long as you try out the others in the price range first, and make sure it's the one that you want. There's still the VK Royal 8, the Epi VJ, and the Crate V16. I went with the Fender, obviously, so any questions, I'll do my best to answer.
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#4
yea, I really liked it (then again it was my first tube amp)
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Gibson Classic White Les Paul Studio
Carvin DC-145

Fender Champion 600

Weeping Demon Wah
Metal Muff
Blues Driver


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Ibanez S320 Budget:
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#5
I like it. It's the quietest of the amps in it's class, with the smallest seaker. It stays clean almost all the way up the dial, if that's what you're looking for.

I think the Crate V8 is the best in class. Gain and tone controls, 10" speaker, great sound. For the same money, it's no contest, IMHO.
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