Fender Limited Edition '65 Princeton RI vs Marshall DSL40c for home use only

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Fender Princeton '65 RI Limited Edition vs. Marshall DSL40c for home use

  1. Fender Princeton '65 RI Limited Edition

    11 vote(s)
    52.4%
  2. Marshall DSL40c

    10 vote(s)
    47.6%
  1. SoCal Flood

    SoCal Flood Silver Supporter

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    IMG_9679.JPG Done deal. She's mine...
     
  2. Guitaraxe

    Guitaraxe Senior Member

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    Cool choice. The Cream version is pretty sweet looking!
     
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  3. mdubya

    mdubya Senior Member

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    Good looking, too. :shock:

    Can't argue with that. :dude:

    Now start saving for the Princeton (or DRRI :p ).
     
  4. Standard 64

    Standard 64 Senior Member

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    Congratulations on picking up a mighty fine amp.For the money it beats everything.
     
  5. thatF-INGflyingVguy

    thatF-INGflyingVguy Senior Member

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    congrats ENJOY!!!!!
     
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  6. Standard 64

    Standard 64 Senior Member

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    btw for the money a blues junior iii is a great intro into the Fender amp world
     
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  7. Marshall & Moonshine

    Marshall & Moonshine Senior Member

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    I say the Marshall. The PR is my favorite Fender, and with a loud extension cab can kick some ass, too. I'm gonna build one as a head & cab, probably as a 4x10 slant open-back.
    If you can play loud, a proper Marshall is pretty sweet.
     

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