#3
the fender fm212's aren't bad if you use a distortion pedal. they have good clean sounds
#4
Randalls are the best in my opinion
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#5
Wait, Fender Princetons are SS, right?
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I'm not really going to contribute to anything, but I would like to add that the threadstarter is talking about high end solid state amps; Cubes and FM212s do not fit in this category.

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#8
Sunn solid state amps are really really nice, especially for distortion. I think Adam Jones from Tool and Buzz Osborne from The Melvins both used them for recording.
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#10
Flextone, Pritchard, and that really really expensive solid state PRS amp.
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#11
Hughes and Kettner zenTera
Hughes and Kettner Switchblade (it's mostly tube but still)
Line 6 Vetta II
Line 6 HD-147
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#12
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Peavey Transtube Series.

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I have an old peavey special 212, got it for 225 USD, and it's golden, i love the thing. I'm not sure how much it was new, it's probably ten years old, if someone has any idea, let me know, I love to see how much of a bargain i got.
#14
Wow, we hit the bottom of the barrel pretty quick

I never did like the Jazz chorus, but some of the older rivera-designed fenders have a pretty sweet, warm OD. I like those big Roland keyboard amps for squeaky-clean jazz playing, too.
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Randall V2
Randall T2


he said FULL SS, not hybrids. the v2 and t2 are hybrids
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#17
Fender MH-500
Line 6-HD147&Flextone&Vetta
Tech 21-Trademark 300 (Buying this amp)
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