Today we're comparing the Vox AC15C1 versus the new Fender Blues Jr IV. These amplifiers are very similar on the technical spec sheet but the Vox has a slightly larger cabinet. The Fender Blues Jr. VOX AC-15 versus Fender Blues Junior III These two amplifiers are perhaps the most popular and great-sounding 15-watt speakers on the market today. A huge thanks to World of Music for letting me.
the Blues Jr is much louder and after the mods has tons of clean headroom I find it to be more versatile (assuming you can play loud) I have a long Mod spring reverb in mine which I prefer to the digital reverb I have heard briefly on the bassbreaker 15 watter still not a traditional fender sound but different again from the bassbreaker Blues Junior vs BassBreaker 15 Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by maplebeans, May 21, 2017. Tags: I've narrowed it down to a fender, but am having a hard time deciding between the blues junior and the Bassbreaker. I like the clean tone and overall brightness of the blues junior, and find the bassbreaker overall a little darker. However I am finding running in the medium gain. Fender Pro Junior vs Blues Junior « previous next » Print; Pages:  2 Go Down. Author Topic: Fender Pro Junior vs Blues Junior (Read 9253 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. phx1973. Arena Rocker; Posts: 670; Good Vibes 41; Fender Pro Junior vs Blues Junior « on: September 29, 2016, 05:07:54 pm » Hi all, I currently have a Fender Mustang II. It's a great little amp. But.
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Blues Junior IV vs Bassbreaker 15 Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by JustABluesGuy Member. Messages: 1,205. Joined: Sep 18, 2016. mdrake34 said: ↑ I was set on a BJ IV, but my local fender dealer doesn't have the, in stock yet, and there is a used BB15 on CL that I can get for 400, so I'm snagging it tomorrow. These days I prefer edge of breakup tones, riding the volume knob, and. Fender Bassbreaker 30R. 708 € Fender Blues Junior IV SFG/PNK. 689 € 94 . Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue. 899 € 54 . Fender 65 Deluxe Reverb. 1.489 € 13 . Vox AC30S1. 598 € 247 . Vox AC15 C1. 576 € 33 . Marshall DSL40CR. 666 € 12 . Supro Blues King BK Combo. 579 € 709 € 2 . Blackstar Studio 10 KT88. 618 € 31 . Peavey Classic 30 Tweed. 690 € 12 . Rockboard Flat Daisy Cable. Q: Ich habe mir vor einem Jahr einen Fender Blues Junior geleistet. Nach einem halben Jahr sind mir schon die Endröhren kaputtgegangen, obwohl ich den Amp nicht sehr laut spiele. Ok, gematchtes Paar gekauft, den Händler angerufen wegen Bias. Nee, nicht nötig. Ok - 4 Monate gespielt, und jetzt spinnt er wieder. Ich dachte wieder.. I have heard a blues Jr that sounded great, but most of the time, I find them very boxy sounding. I wouldn't just limit yourself to a Classic 30 though, a Used Fender PRRI or DRRI are nice amps if you don't need the 2nd channel of the Classic 30
Jeff Beck has notably used Pro Juniors live, and the Blues Junior is one of the most popular stage amps of all time, finding its way into the hands of Noel Gallagher of Oasis fame, among others. Recently, Fender introduced its new line of Bassbreaker amplifiers, including two small combos, so I thought it'd be fun to compare those to some of the classics. Let the games begin Blues Junior vs BassBreaker 15 Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by maplebeans, May 21, 2017. Tags: I know you like the Blues Jr., and don't like the Bassbreaker. I think they are both good amps, but I personally prefer the Bassbreaker. Is it greater than the Blues Jr.? I don't even know what that means. In my opinion it sounds better. That's just my opinion, and is not a fact. Oh man - Bassbreaker 15 vs. 007 vs. Blues Junior III vs. SCX2 Discussion in ' I was planning on the Blues Jr. when I tried the Bassbreaker. Change of plans! Have you tried them all? JustABluesGuy, Jun 29, 2018 #8. xland and mulic3 like this. Silvercrow Senior Stratmaster. Messages: 3,158. Joined: Nov 6, 2014 Location: Bucks County, Pa. I'll cast a vote toward the BB15 also. The local store. Blues Jr IV - Sounded a bit muted compared to the III, reverb is weak Blues Jr IV Humbolt - Very Nice, much better than the stock IV! Origin 20 - better than the DSL20CR cleans, but had a weak bottom end (I did like it's power switch function to tame the volume). Overall, too bright and thin. Bassbreaker 15 - Cleans sounded a touch too dark.
Ich habe vor mir einen Fender Blues Junior zuzulegen. Vollröhre natürlich. Wer hat Erfahrung mit diesem Amp? Ich würde gerne ein Paar Meinungen höre, bevor ich zuschlage. MFG Frederik x-Riff Helpful & Friendly User. Im Board seit: 09.01.06 Zuletzt hier: 6.05.20 Beiträge: 13.012 Zustimmungen: 5.027 Kekse: 70.738 Erstellt: 09.12.08 #2. Hi guitar fred, willkommen auf dem Musiker-Board - und. I had a tweed Blues Junior in 1996 and was not particularly impressed with it. It just sounded like a small weedy amp. I sold it and bought a Blues DeVille - which I really liked. This Mark 4 Blues Junior is night and day different. I am sure that the 12 loudspeaker has contributed much towards its 'grown up' sound, but I suspect that Fender. Because of this, I think the blues jr is more versatile than the bass breaker. The bass breakers honestly have really great on-board overdrive. But the clean tones are just not very Fender-Raquel. They're also not supposed to be. If you want a Fender amp that'll give you great heavily distorted tones, then the bassbreaker is a good choice. The Fender Bassbreaker has popularly been described as what would have happened if Leo Fender had started making rock amps instead of country amps back in the 70s. Unlike the most iconic Fender amps, such as the Fender Deluxe or Blues Jr, the Bassbreaker has a more pronounced midrange, darker British voicing and infinitely more gain. Built in Mexico, in the same factory that manufactures.