Re: [Harp-L] '79/early Princeton or VHT Special 6?

Joe, If I were you I'd just by two VHT Special 6 combo amps and use them
both.  Killer harp tone right our of the box, and two of them daisy chained
would be loud enough for gigging.

-Rick Davis
The Blues Harp Amps Blog

On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 1:22 PM, joe hagins <joe_hagins@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi All,
>   I need all you gigging harp people help with this..So I have narrowed
> down my amp choices to either the '79 and earlier Fender Princeton (Reverb
> if I can get one on a good deal) or the VHT Special 6 head with a custom 2x8
> cab (around $250 to have it built). Idealy I want a 15watt 2x8 smallish
> combo which makes me lean towards a Princeton as I can have a new baffle
> made for two 8's, but it will cost a lot more than the VHT Special 6
> head/custom built 2x8 cab setup.. Which way would you guys go given these
> two options?
> P.S. I want to run 8"s because I already own a Weber 8A125 (4ohm) and plan
> to pair it with the 8A150 (4ohm)
> Cheers,
> Joey Anchors

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