Members murch33 Posted January 31, 2007 Members Share Posted January 31, 2007 I've been amp-less for far too long, and with my tax return I'm really looking hard at these new Princetons. I wouldn't be against getting an original, but I really like that the new ones have the FX loop. I'm thinking about just hanging on to my rack gear rather than dumping it all and starting over, so an original Princeton wouldn't work for that. They've been available for a while now. Are there any real drawbacks to them (assuming that you're not looking for vintage Princeton tone)? If I get an amp without an FX loop, that means I've got to flip my rack gear which would leave me without delay and crazy over-the-top reverb. I could also do something like a Classic 30, but I'd kind of like to get something really nice that I won't want to turn around and sell in a few months time. Budget's right around a grand, so the new Princeton would pretty much be all of my refund. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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