"In his amp equipment Boz calls a big Twin® and Blues Deluxe™ his own. He added a Bassman® several years ago and said it to be his favorite. With this one in his gear he did more than 70 Morrissey gigs. He also owns a Super Six which he actually doesn't use and a 70s Vibro Champ which sounds great cranked up."more
I have a 76 Silverface. A little wonder, for sure. It delivers the most crystal clear clean sound ever, and the vibrato is just to die for. It's mandatory in a recording session and at home, for practice.
not my favorite single-ended amp... not even my favorite champ. The distortion sounds boxy. However the trem circuit fender designed for these sounds really nice and it most definitely delivers the blackface clean in a small package with some really smooth harmonics. For the prices these command today I don't recommend it... but I got mine for peanuts in the late 90s and it served me well doing some early home recordings with guitar and not just DI synthesizer. I suspect the stock 8" speakers are half of the problem with these amps and today weber offers some great replacements but reviewed stock its clearly a student amp struggling to maintain the fender signature sound of the push-pull amps fender had out at the time. This is one of the few amps that remained unchanged from blackface to silverface, so no need to shell out BF prices.The only change was speaker manufacturer and all those cheap 8s sound just as bad.