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I've passed for many brands of amplifiers (Orange, vox, marshall) but this thing it's just perfect for any style, sounds dreamy, top quality, plenty volume for anything, takes pedal perfectly. Comes with the FS and a cover, not going to change this amp never I think.
Modern Technology / Classic Sound
I chose this amp after playing on several Fenders and even a Supro. Years ago I had a late sixties Fender Super Six (a piece of gear you later kick yourself for getting rid of). The Super Six was basically a Fender Twin sitting on four additional speakers. It was way too much amp to both control volume-wise and haul around but it had an amazing sound. The Vibrolux '68 reissue was the one amplifier that reminded me most of my long, lost friend. I know I could have picked up a vintage Twin in Austin or Houston but had to keep the cost lower than that. One channel is set up like a Fender Bassman tone stack while the alternate channel is more vintage Fender Tube amp. The reverb and tremolo are very close to the original Fender sound. Since my go-to guitars are primarily Stratocasters and Gretschs this amp makes the perfect marriage. I like the ease the foot pedal affords to turn the reverb and/or tremolo off or on. Another big thing that impressed me about the Vibrolux '68 was the dial point at which the amp breaks over to distortion. You don't have to push the two 10 inch Celestion speakers into the next county to get a natural growl out of it. It's become my favorite of the amps I've ever owned.