Fuchs Blackjack 21 Guitar Combo Amplifier
With a non-master volume clean channel and overdrive channel with input gain control, the Fuchs Blackjack 21 lets you dial in a perfect amount of tube grit.
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Overall User Ratings (based on 1 ratings)
Submitted February 15, 2021 by a customer from yahoo.com
"D Style Amp with sweet tone and feel"
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I've had this amp for about a year now. I bought it because I couldnt afford to purchase any higher end D style amps like Two Rock and various other Dumble clones. However, this amp will give you that tone. One of those amps that you could plug straight into and play a show, unless you're going for some outlandish ethereal tones that require specific modulation pedals. Other than that, this amp feels really open to play. The dynamics are rich and when you drive it, the tone is impeccable. I own a Supro Black Magick and love that thing but use this as my main amp. Perhaps one day I'll run a stereo rig with clean tones from my supro and dirty ones from this amp. Its also pretty easy to lug around because it ways less that most amps i've used. The reverb sounds really good and love that it gives you a decay knob to really tweak the reverb to your own desires. If you follow Andy Fuchs on any social media, you can tell he's a master at his craft and genuinely loves what he does.
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