It definitely does the Fender thing the best, but the Marshalls are good, the Voxes are decent. As you may have read, the SuperSonic model is really cool for creamy high gain sounds too. I think it's flexible enough to cover most things at least acceptably well.I'm interested in these things but I can't shake the feeling that if one really isn't into classic fender amps that this isn't the amp for you. Am I wrong?
Got my M3 last week. Has the 2 and 4 button foot switches. (I think is a must have!) Sold my Zoom g5 this week. I am totally shocked this amp sounds this good. Simple as anything I have ever bought. Happy customer here.
^ I wondered that too about WHICH Super Sonic...on the FUSE thing, the amp lettering suggests its a newer version that started with the 22s (I had one of those)...the panel layout is the same but it's more gainy than the 22...I think its the 60-I've been using the Mustang I for the past year or so as my 'at home headphone' amp and like it.
I normally use the green Supersonic channel. Question is, do the Supersonic amps REALLY sound like that?
I played a SS22 combo at GC a while back and dont recall it sounding that good.
Is the Supersonic preset modeled after the 60 or 100 watt versions?
^ I believe you could- they are nothing special...1/4" plugs...Question...I'm about to pull the trigger on one of these, but often have to stick my amp in an iso cab well offstage when playing at church...can I just run two long (30 foot) instrument cables for the two footswitches?
Question...I'm about to pull the trigger on one of these, but often have to stick my amp in an iso cab well offstage when playing at church...can I just run two long (30 foot) instrument cables for the two footswitches?