Poll: Which amp
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Fender Hot Rod Deville 4x10
8 36%
Fender Blues Deville 4x10
5 23%
Roland JC120
9 41%
Voters: 22.
#1
well ive pretty much narrowed my amp search down to 3 amps for clean

Fender hot rod deville 4x10"
Fender blues deville 4x10"
Roland JC-120

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#2
The HRD has really nice cleans (and good light distortion as well if you need it). The JC-120, however, has the best cleans out of those.

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#3
Fender is the only amp Id get for cleans, but if you can spend more money get the Fender Vibroverb Custom (the one modded by Cezar Diaz?), which is the ultimate Fender amp. If not get the Hot Rod DeVille
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#6
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$1000 would get you a used Twin Reverb, but if it's out of the poll options I'd say Hot Rod.


+1 for the used Twin, but after that I prefer the Blues to the Hot Rod.

And why 4x10's for the Fenders? I think the 2x12 models are a lot more practical. Easier to transport, cheaper/easier to upgrade.
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#9
The 10's'll be punchier. There'll be a feeling of more immediacy from them. But 12's are your classic guitar speaker specifically for their mid-range qualities, and I doubt the 10's will give you anything additional on the high end.
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#10
what would sound better at low volumes? 4x10 or 2x12
also because of more area on the 4x10 wouldnt it appear to have more low end
#11
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what would sound better at low volumes? 4x10 or 2x12
also because of more area on the 4x10 wouldnt it appear to have more low end


If you want low volumes, the 2x12 might be better since it moves less air so it seems more quiet. For low end, I believe it's more the separate speakers' size that counts, not the total area. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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#12
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what would sound better at low volumes? 4x10 or 2x12


The difference will be negligible, they're still the same amp. You should know that it's tough to dial in low volumes on these Devilles.

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also because of more area on the 4x10 wouldnt it appear to have more low end


No. You get more low end by adding a closed back cab. If there's any difference in the low end between the 2-12's and the 4-10's, I'd expect it to be in favor of the 12's.
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