Fender Bassbreaker Review

Fender is known for producing reliable, thrilling, varied, and often perfectly priced guitar amps, in addition to being one of the world’s top producers of electric guitars. The Fender Bassbreaker 15 amp we’re going to go over in depth today is primarily geared at advanced musicians who are willing to invest a little more in … Read more

Dynaco ST70 Review

The Dynaco was a basic, inexpensive, easy-to-assemble workhorse that probably supplied music to more college dorm rooms than any other amp of its period. Dynaco is best known for the Stereo 70, a highly respected vacuum tube stereo amplifier. The ST-70 was launched in 1959 and was sold as a kit (Dynakit) for self-assembly or … Read more

Fender Champion 600 Review

This is a review of the fender champion 600.  Who said enormous sounds couldn’t be contained in a small package? The Fender Champion 600 guitar amplifier has a long and illustrious history. This current tribute to the traditional two-tone livery mimics the classic two-tone design to perfection. It was first released in 1949, predating even … Read more

BOSS Nextone Stage Amplifier

This is a review of The Boss Nextone Stage amplifier. The Nextone is a new amp line from Roland that combines Roland’s smart Tube Logic technology with digital control to provide a new panorama of sonic enticement. The Next One mini series has two combos: the 80-watt Artist 1×12 and the somewhat smaller 40-watt Stage … Read more