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Fender Blonde Blues Junior Guitar Amp



Sound Quality

Months have passed and I played approx. 20 shows using this amp, ranging from smaller venues (100-150 people) to large clubs ( approx. 1200) and anything in between. My role in the band evolved into a feedback-painter/rhythm guitarist and the blues junior proved almost useless here. I tried humbuckers, single coils, tele, LP, dano, SG - all with the same result: as far as I stomped on the boss blues driver, the amp just couldn't handle it. All whistles. On reasonable (i.e. rehearsal) volume this was not a problem, but on stage with a higher volume (not cranked all the way though) it just didn't make the nut.


Reliability/Durability

No problems at all. As stated above 20 shows played, countless rehearsals, parties, whatever.


General Comments

I'm currently playing in 2 bands - one of them is a garage/rock'n'roll/indie band where overdrive and feedback is required. After some shows I grew more and more unsatisfied with the blues junior and recently purchased an orange rocker 30, which is a KILLER. The second band is more old school rock'n'roll/rockabilly/country, where this amp gets plenty of use and I think apart from being the perfect practise amp (compact, easy to move around, even by bus) it's great for blues, country, and all the other older stuff. Definitely a keeper.




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