Boutique Fender style amps?

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DaddyDom
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Re: Boutique Fender style amps?

Post by DaddyDom » Wed Feb 21, 2024 8:12 pm

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I wish, more than anything, that my VibroChamp had built-in reverb. It's perfect bar that one thing.
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You could add it...
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My blackface Champ shakes hands with a Strymon Flint. But of course, you know those options.

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Re: Boutique Fender style amps?

Post by JSett » Wed Feb 21, 2024 11:49 pm

DaddyDom wrote:
Wed Feb 21, 2024 8:12 pm
My blackface Champ shakes hands with a Strymon Flint. But of course, you know those options.
Mine does as well :D does the job so far. I just wish it was 'pick up and go' with no pedals sometimes.
Silly Rabbit, don't you know scooped mids are for kids?

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Re: Boutique Fender style amps?

Post by DaddyDom » Thu Feb 22, 2024 11:23 am

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Mine does as well :D does the job so far. I just wish it was 'pick up and go' with no pedals sometimes.
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For some gigs I just set the Flint and hide it in the bottom of the amp with a 0.5 cable running straight to the amp's input and plug my guitar into that.
Baby Twin by stealth! :whistle:

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