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That's a heck of a lot of amp for only $300 - congrats!
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- George Carlin
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Felix959 wrote: Hell yes it does. Makes my Super Reverb feel like a bag of pillows.
As a former Fender Super Six Reverb owner who used to gig with that AND a Mesa Boogie 1x12 combo amp, I am immune to feeling sorry for you over protestations regarding amp weight!
PS I eventually got smart and switched to much smaller / lighter amps. Well, at least smaller. My Princeton Reverb II has a EVM and some beefy iron in it - it weighs nearly as much as a Mk I Boogie does. But nothing like that Super Six. That thing was a tank. And I didn't have wheels for it either... I carried it 5 miles to and from gigs, uphill both ways, through 2 feet of snow and under a 105 degree sun...