#1
I love my palomino's od, but its clean is not as outstanding (not bad at all, but not amazing). I have major GAS for a fender amp to get me those clean sounds.

I'm thinking about either a
Pro Junior(like new)
Super 60(used)
Blues Jr(used)
Old Champ(used)
Super Champ XD (not looking as good right now).

Which do you think is best for cleans on a budget?

I could get all but the blues jr for 200, and the blues jr for 300 or so.

I don't think I'm going to want to spend 300 on a dedicated clean amp, so I'm leaning away from the blues jr.
Last edited by saltysnail at May 18, 2008,
#2
The Pro Junior has very nice cleans, but the "old champ" would probably be the way to go if you mean a vintage champ.
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#3
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The Pro Junior has very nice cleans, but the "old champ" would probably be the way to go if you mean a vintage champ.



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#6
I would get a the Blues Jr. and save up a little more and get a Maxon OD-9
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#8
Go for the vintage champ, then.
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#9
If you can get a Super 60 for under $200, jump on it. However, 60 tube watts is freakin' loud.
The Pro Junior is also a great deal if you do not want/new reverb on the amp.
I've jammed with a guy with a Blues Jr and the cleans are outstanding. This guy gigs with his Blues Jr by mic'ing the speaker. He gets a great sound out of it without killing everyone with the stage volume.
Played a Super Champ in a pawn shop once. It seemed to break up very early -- didn't stay clean for long. It may have been a mistreated amp (although it looked great).

I love Fender cleans.