#1
I was looking for a good amp with a bluesy tone and narrowed my choices down to these two amps. But I need some advice as to which amp I should go with.

Fender Hot Rod Series Blues Jr.

Epiphone Blues Custom
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#2
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#3
i prefer the blues jr.
ive found the blues custom to just lack the "it" quality, and it seemed to be quite noisy.
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#4
I guess I'll just get the Fender then. It's cheaper than the Blues Custom anyway. Another question though, would this work well with a multi-effects pedal? I made a thread a couple of days ago asking if a multi-effects pedal would work with my current amp (line 6 ) and got a lot of responses saying that it would kill my tone.
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#5
some multi effects pedals are pretty good for practicing and even gigging, but if your super worried about your tone you would be better off getting single pedals.
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MIA Fender Stratocaster
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Ibanez Universe
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