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They are decent for vocals if you're in a pinch too!
<div class="signaturecontainer"><i>Information is not knowledge<br />
Knowledge is not wisdom<br />
Wisdom is not truth<br />
Truth is not beauty<br />
Beauty is not love<br />
Love is not music.<br />
Music Is The Best.</i><br />
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I had one with two 10's and it had a wonderful clean tone, which is mainly what I wanted it for. It sounded great at low to medium volume, but I found that when I turned it up a bit at a gig the bass response got really boomy. Even with the bass knob on the amp turned down to 1 or 2, it sounded terrible, so I sold it. Maybe it was just that particular amp - I don't know. But for use at moderate volume, it was an excellent sounding amp. If you could get it for $120 or less, its worth checking out.
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<div class="message">DIY, the ultimate in wankery. Actually, wankery is the ultimate in DIY.</div>
My favorite clean tone amps are a twin reverb, JC120, and princeton chorus. If it were me, I'd grab it.
<div class="signaturecontainer">Current gear:<br />
A whole bunch of stuff!<br />
Hear me play at my Soundclick music page. <a href="http://www.soundclick.com/guitarman3001" target="_blank">Here. </a></div>
I think you could get your money back without too much of a problem if you sold it later. There would just be the hassle of selling it.
Would running your mustang & vox amps in stereo with the m13 basically do everything & more than the Fender PC?
Honestly, I don't know. If I remember right, this amp actually runs in stereo, right? I don't NEED it, but at that price...I may just have to snatch it up! Waiting for the guy to call me back about it.
2008 Fender American Standard Telecaster
1998 Squire MIM Stratocaster
<b>(Tubefox)</b> I can't decide if I like it. I mean, I'm a fan of obscenely pointy guitars but...It looks like a cross between a flying V, a horseshoe, a viking axe, and an anorexic teenage girl.
</div> Go <a href="http://s250.photobucket.com/albums/gg277/n2b4wdm8/Guitars/?albumview=slideshow" target="_blank">here</a> for my guitar pr0n. <img src="http://img3.harmony-central.com/acapella/ubb/eek.gif" border="0" alt="" title="EEK!" class="inlineimg" /> <b>Warning:</b> not safe for GAS-o-holics!</div>