Currently I have a Fender Princeton 65 w/ DSP

I want to know the general insight on this amp. Basically what everyone thinks of it.
I've been playing for about 5 years now. I use the effects occasionally but only the reverb and chorus. I play alot of hard and classic rock with some blues thrown in occasionally. I'm in the process of redoing my ibanez a 2550 prestige with a killswitch and Evo 2 bridge Area '58 middle and Paf Pro Neck. So a new guitar is out of the question.
Great amp. It's pretty hard to find an oldschool Fender that's not a great amp. For your style of music you might like an overdrive to go with it.
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the princeton chorus?

if thats what your talking about then.

it has some of the best cleans I have EVER heard especially from a SS amp.
The OD channel isn't amazing but gets the job done.

I don't like the one you have that has effects the old red knobed one from 80s is like a million times better IMO
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Is this the same as the Fender Princeton 650 w/dsp? You said 65, but I have a 650... I bought it brand new for $420 a few years ago... it's an alright solid state amp, but I don't like it too much.
I had a Fender Deluxe 900, which has DSP circuitry. It sounded to bright and harsh for me so I sold it.
is it the 65 or 650..?
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