- Sep 27, 2019
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I have owned two tweed Blues Juniors. The first one I gave to my son. I missed the amp and bought a new version lll. The way to run these is to max or nearly max out the master volume to get the EL84’s cooking, then control the overall volume with the volume (gain) knob. Also, louder is better. It you’re using it as a bedroom amp, get an attenuator. If you try to do it all with the pre-amp, volume control it will be a miss. I do agree that a Deluxe Reverb is a better amp, but they like to be driven too. Again, as a home amp the DRRI is very loud when cranked. A Princeton Reverb is probably a better choice for home use.