I looked at fender amps and a pignose tube amp most of the ones I looked at were out of my prce range for now so I saw this one at a fair price and it sounded good so I bought it. I would try to find one just like it now if it were stolen or lost but this thing is to big and heavy to lose.if the gain on it didnt sound so heavy it would be better. I love the fat sound I can get out of this amp.
Where Obtained: Pawn Shop
This is a two channel amp with four inputs (clean, mixed, a, b,)mixed is a and b combined both channels have gain and pre-gain. It is a four tube amp tubes are 6L6 tubes it also has reverb and phasing. clean channel has a two band EQ low and mids the other channels have a three band EQ low mids and highs. Can be used with a stack system. Real good amp for blues and old rock. Made in late 70's or early 80's. It puts out 120 watts of power. Has 4ohm and 8ohm speaker outputs on rear plus a place for foot switch.
Has a real good clean sound. seams to have a bit heavy sound when over driven to much at low volume this thing is load I mean load it will break windows in your house. I have heard this unit is more for playing gigs then studio use. I use a boss ce-5 and an ibenez tube sqreamer ts9 turbo with it and makes it sound great. I play blues to hard rock it plays all my styles great. It does not seam to be to noisy but have not turned it up real load yet. I think it has the sound of and old fender amp or marshal kind of a mix of both.
Real easy to use no programing just strait forword nobs. Took me about 2 min, to find a good sound.
Have not had long yet but it was made in late 70's to early 80's and it still has the same tubes and does not seam to have had any repairs done to it. Or mods,