#1
Alright, I need to get this sh*t straight now.

I've heard many different numbers, I've heard 18W (like I've seen auctions on ebay sayin' "handwired 18w bluesbreaker 212 combo", and I'm like 18W???), somewhere in my head it says that the bluesbreaker is 30W, some people say that it's 45W because it's a JTM45 in it, and the 45 stands for 45Watt and I checked inside of my amp the other day and it said "TREMOLO 50W"

Not that I really care since it sounds the same to me wether it's a 5W or a 100W, but it would be nice to know if people ask.
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#3
Alright, thanks
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#4
According to the Gerald Webber books the original blues breakers were 40 watts. That doesn't mean they stayed that way though.
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#5
I don't know, I think mine is the 1962 one (don't know if that's the original, though).
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#7
Yeah I think the guy who sold his BB on Ebay was a bit on drugs or something
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#8
I would say the Bluesbreaker is somewhere in between 30 and 40 watts.
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#9
the reason some might say 18watts is cos the 18watt combo is sometimes nicknamed the mini bluesbreaker