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Fender Footswitch For Princeton Chorus Amp
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Submitted: June 1st, 2009
by G-A-Nator_1
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Sound Quality
Well, I'm playing an Epiphone SG G-400 Vintage guitar with all stock pickups (for now.)It sounds pretty good. The clean channel is awesome! Especially with the chorus. It doesn't disort to bad at high volumes but I haven't used it live yet so I don't know. It, for a Fender solid-state, is good for metal, pop, and obviously country. The distortion is great! At high-gain settings it doesn't muddy up. But it is very wimpy when you have it below about 7. Other than that great sounding amp.
Reliability/Durability
We used this at church before and it, from what I know, is pretty reliable. It was pretty dusty when I got it because it was really never used after we swiched to in-ears. But, um... I guess it will do good in a medium sized live situation.
Price/Value
General Comments
I haven't been playing very long at all. I can say safely that this is my best amp! (Especially compared to my Estaban G-10!) If it were stolen I don't know what I would do, I would be going crazy that's for sure. I don't have a whole lot of amp experience so I really can't tell you what I compare it with. I wish it had tubes and a seperate crunch channel. Good amp it was a huge blessing from GOD and I'm really happy with it.
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