#1
ineed a good substitute for a fender fm 212r in terms of volume tone and pricerange. preferably tube. im just not satisfiied with it
#2
What music do you play?
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Quote by utsapp89
^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#5
A VK would definitely be a huge improvement in tone and volume. It may not get the amount of distortion for modern metal. I don't play metal (except for B. Sabbath, etc.) but I managed to push the gain up to the Randy Rhoads era, but not much past that. For blues and classic rock its great. If you buy a VK consider the 50 watt 112 combo, its the best deal but the head version has a little more gain. The Windsor is great with more gain, but no cleans. Don't forget the used market.
#6
Quote by timzee117
ineed a good substitute for a fender fm 212r in terms of volume tone and pricerange. preferably tube. im just not satisfiied with it

if you want similar, take a **** and hook up speakers.
Go get a blues junior.
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Ibanez RG550 20th RFR
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