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Almost as bad as the ones with the maple boards.
I'd go with the 6105 because every guitar I have them on plays and feels great.
Never have mostly because I prefer the look of the covers.
Some of my faves. Sold the tweed princeton.
Sold the Bassman also.
I cleaned mine with a q tip that I sprayed with contact cleaner. But you should discharge the caps first to be safe.
That happened to me with my 64 tweed champ, cleaned the socket and all was well.
Nice introduction Nigel. Welcome aboard.
My 65 works great since I installed locking studs and a modern compensated lightning bolt bridge without notching for the strings.
Very cool, rock on.
Fender made a walnut strat in the early 80's
Good choice, nice guitar. Not a V fan.
I'm tempted to vote just to see if anyone else did but I'll pass.
Reliced anchovies gave me the runs.
A little over the top for me, pun intended.
Not sure how they would sound in your vibrolux but I put one in my 64 white knob princeton and it sounds wonderful.
I have some older vintage fender amps that have no onboard reverb so I use a 64 fender reverb unit.
Sadly only the R4, SG JR and the red 330 remain from when this pic was taken.
I did manage to hang on to my 60 LP JR
I find a deluxe the perfect grab and go. Princetons are great also.
I run my 65 through a 210 cab with weber ceramic sigs, sound great to me.
Oh the horror.
This has been my experience also, especially the preamp and rectifier tubes.
With all those changes I'd say $100-150 for that amp.
The guy doesn't sound like the sharpest knife in the drawer.