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MSRP: N/A
Retail: $1,500.00
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URL: Fender
Updated: August 28, 2003

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 » Review posted by JSBaldo on Sunday, Aug. 31, 2003 @ 11:28 AM
General Comments:
I was very skeptical at first, because I was looking for an all-valve amplifier. I felt it was time for me to "graduate" to tubes. Well, when I played this amp, I threw that all-valve thought out the door. It's got tubes in the power amp, but the solid state power amp means this baby's reliable. No need to worry about blowing tubes during a gig.

What do you especially like about this product?
I love the sheer versatility. Most of the presets are there for the "fun" factor, and I wouldn't use them live unless I was doing covers and needed the approximation of the song's tone. I love being able to create my own 'amps' to emulate my guitar heroes, and create my own unique tones. Also, the setup is very simple to use. The motorized knobs make sure I always know what's going on. The digital effects are digital, and can sound artificial, but with judicious application and the right settings, they sound very good.

What do you dislike about this product?
I really would have liked to have a spring reverb unit onboard, the digital reverb isn't as nice as the 'verb in my deluxe 90. It doesn't handle high gain as well as I had hoped, but that isn't a problem for me as I don't play music with very high gain and, if I do, I just plug my DS- 1 in front of the input jack to thicken up the signal. I suppose if I went on a real thrash streak, I could buy a distortion box.

Recommended: Yes

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 » Review posted by Strat11183 on Friday, Nov. 1, 2002 @ 2:12 PM
General Comments:
This is a great amp if you want something that is decently versatile. It has 120 different presets and you can create 84 new ones, by mixing and matching different setting on the amp. The amp has 2 12" Celestions and is rated at 120w. It has 2 Groove tube 12AX7's and multiple built in FX. Also Fender Claims that this amp reconfigures itself to each setting so it isn't a "snapshot of an amp it is the amp itself".

What do you especially like about this product?
I like not having to have different petals for each of your FX and I like the Motorized Knobs so you can see where all of your settings are.

What do you dislike about this product?
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