#1
I love my fender deluxe reverb, it sounds great and has that classic fender tone.


I am looking for an amp that is more reliable and a little less heavier to lug around...

good clean tone is a must, i am not worried about built in distortion
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2008 Fender Baja Telecaster (Good guitar buy one)
1979 Fender Stratocaster
1993 Fender Duo-Sonic
Peavey Studio Pro
Fender Deluxe Reverb
#2
You're worried about clean tones, yet you're selling your Reverb Deluxe???!!!??!

I would reconsider. Fender makes the best amps, in my opinion. Otherwise, I'd be glad to take it off your hands, haha.
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#3
Honestly it is a great amp, I am just looking for something a bit more durable and versatile.

Vox ad50 comes to mind...
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2008 Fender Baja Telecaster (Good guitar buy one)
1979 Fender Stratocaster
1993 Fender Duo-Sonic
Peavey Studio Pro
Fender Deluxe Reverb
#4
In all honesty, I don't see how much more durable and reliable you're going to get than with a Fender. Furthermore, if you're not worried about built in distortion, Fenders have superb clean tones.

Out of curiosity, why the AD50? It's inferior in nearly every aspect. It's solid state modeling. Sure it's better than some SS amps, but going from a Deluxe Reverb to a SS Modeling amp is taking a HUGE step backward.
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Agile AL-2000 (Tiger-Eye)
Ibanez Acoustic/Electric

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