The best fender amp being made

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  1. 68GibsonSG

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    mmmkay 68 :roll:
     
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    well its a brand new product and i felt someone would like to know about it
     
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    how much time have you spent using their other products 68? :shock:
     
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    None at all I suspect...... :roll:
     
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    I think I'll stick with my Vibro-King.
     
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    you get a better sound from the Cookie jar, Vox :D
     
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    Hoo boy, I hate to be a tube snob here, but I'd sooner poke out my eye than play through a SS amp. In all honesty, my little Fender HRD (blonde/oxblood) sounds great -- especially with a set of JJ 6L6's. The other guitar player in my band has a Vibrolux, which sounds really good, too.

    If I had the dough, though, I'd have to go for the hand-wired Fender '57 Twin reissue.
     
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    Poke out my eye with a stick, have a root canal, break a rib, chew on broken glass, get hit by a train, fall out of an airplane without a chute .......yada yada yada! :wink:
     
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    "Poke out my eye with a stick, have a root canal, break a rib, chew on broken glass, get hit by a train, fall out of an airplane without a chute .......yada yada yada!" -Vox-

    Shave my head with a cheese grater while chewing aluminum foil.............
     
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    drag my ass over broken glass....into a pool of alcohol....sprinkle in some sand and rub it around.....then dry me off with a high pressure hose...and pic the scabs with bolt cutters in the baking sun....wash me off with salt water...wrap me in barbed wire then start all over again!!
     
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    Belt sand the honoured member.... cant forget that.
     
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    I'd just like to have the dough that costs! I could get a '65 Twin reverb RI AND a SG Classic! Nice amp though B!
     
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    Shove a themometer up the Johnson and smash it with a hammer...
     
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    Wow... and I was going to say something about "swimming, open-mouthed, through a sea of vomit," but you've pretty much taken the cake, there.
     
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    Terms "best amp" and "solid state" don't belong in the same sentence together! (IMHO)
     
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    AMEN! [​IMG]
     
  20. Sgmaniac

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    It's all just a solid state of mind, hehehehehehehe. I recently bought a Fender Cyber Deluxe amp, which is a SS amp, and I'm liking it very much! It's not a modeling amp, it does some kind of circuit switching voodoo to produce replica sounds of a 49' Champ, 59' Bassman, 55' Tweed Deluxe, 65' Deluxe Reverbs, 64' Vibroverb, and on and on. The sounds are spectacular to my ear. It has a built in tuner and vintage to modern effects and an assignable 4-button foot switch. Don't get me wrong, tube amps are great and I still have a pile of stomp boxes & tube amps, but I love not having to lug all that stuff around. Any sound I could possibly want is in there and it will even drive a second amp for a stereo effect.

    http://www.fender.com/products/search.php?partno=0229001000
     

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