"We did try different amps, but I settled on my Vox AC30 and a late-’50s tweed Fender Vibrolux. The best result we had with Rocco was plugging him into an old Peavey MAX from the ’70s that I had down in the basement. We ran the Peavey into an Ampeg 4x10 SVT cabinet. Those amps were all we used on the album."more
I love this amp. I believe gear is meant to be played, so I have replaced caps and resistors but kept what I could original. RCA USA tubes, stock Jensen speaker and some wear on the tweed but it still keeps rocking. In the studio this amp is my best friend; crank it up and enjoy a well balanced drive sound or keep it low and feed it pedals, it is able to handle it all.
This is a proper sounding Fender amp that has been passed down to me through my family. I would'n't eve let it go and would encourage anyone to find one and play it.