Of course now I wish it were a 2 channel. I can never be satisfied.
What have you read bad about the breaker? Just curious. I actually bought the amp without knowing much about it or having read a bunch of reviews. Now I'm curious what's being said. I hope it's a successful product for Fender and for me!Lol! I played two 6v6 powered 30 watt Laney AOR amps for years.I really loved them and rarely used anything else live. Other geetar players loved to tell me how they sounded " boxy" ( WTF does that mean?) / "thin"/ "crunchy"/"stinky"/"poopy"/"not as good a POS Rocktron Chameleon"/ etc...etc...
funny thing is all during the time I used them I was out playing making a damn good living with those amps while these other guys rarely played out because the venues " sucked"/ " choked"/ " blew"/ "blows"/ etc...and of course they could not keep a band together or be a decent band mate either lol!
I have demoed and heard others play these inexpensive killer Marshally Fender amps although I do not own one of these Ball Breakers.I have read so much negative crap about them I know they are good.
Guitar amp critics are like movie critics. They have to be critical to justify their existence.
" Blank" The Music Police.Tired of their BS
This is a valid point if you're a spring reverb guy. I don't care for onboard digital reverb on amps (I had a Marshall dsl that was even worse) and the one on the BB is no exception. In today's market with so many good pedal reverbs, why even bother? I'm not usually a spring reverb guy so I prefer no reverb at all. Mine is off all the time and I run a Nemesis and H9 in the loop.I'd grab one and be willing to pay a little more if it had spring reverb instead of digital. I still may grab one when people start selling their mint 2 months old only used for recording in smoke pet free home studio BB15 combo.
40 pounds for a 15 watt amp is actually pretty standard. An AC15 is about 48. A DSC15C is about 37. It's more that some Fender amps are unusually light so people might have gotten unrealistic expectations for amp weight, but I think 40 pounds for 15 watt combo isn't absurdly heavy.Why are they so heavy? low grade cement?