Looking for something low watt,blackface in tone..

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  1. EataPeach

    EataPeach Member

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    18-20 watts max -- No more than $750.

    I know the Fender options...
    What are the others modern or vintage?

    Thanks
     
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    Scotty, you HAVE GOT to hear my Greer Underdog 15 Mod 1 when it comes back from it's overhaul with Nick (Greer). It should be soon.

    It's the best Tweed Deluxe type I have ever heard. It nails Neil Young with ease. I know you will love it. The 15 watts is very deceiving - believe me. It keeps up with every amp I have ever owned.

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  3. EataPeach

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    Thanks Bill..You need to hear my Vic...With the Blue it absolutely kicks ass.
    Just got a G&L ASAT Classic Semi Hollow too...Nice combo..The Lp will be for slide

    Oh,I should mention I'm looking for a combo_Or a head/cab if the price is right. I want to run the both together at times too.
     
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    Fender Princeton Reverb...thread over. :)
     
  5. EataPeach

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    Thats the one I'm leanng towards..But I wanted to see what 'modern versions' are out there too.
    BTW- Is there much difference between silverface and BF when it comes to these?
     
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    I didn't pay much more than that for my 71 deluxe reverb. Look around a while and you can find a deal on a vintage piece. I do like the new princeton reverbs too.
     

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