The Blues Jr is too loud to really give up the goods in a bedroom or apartment setting imo. At least, to get the best of the amp. If you're gonna run pedals in front of it, this becomes a moot point.
Even in the case, how do I change the tubes in my Fender Blues Jr?
As it, is the Fender Blues Junior A good amp? The sound is never harsh, smooth as silk, and has a good amount of power as well, though it does short out of clean headroom sooner than 6L6 Fender amps. That said, the blues jr is my favorite amp for the size and price, hence I own two and they both do different things very well.
Regardless, can you gig with a blues Jr?
The Blues Junior will technically get loud enough to do smallish gigs with but if you ever want a clean sound at its higher volumes, forget it. The Blues Junior lacks the clean headroom required for true gigging versatility.
Does Fender Blues Jr take pedals well?
I am a big fan of small tube amps that sound good and deliver great tone. The Fender Blues Junior IV does just that. This amp takes all my pedals real well and the Celestion speaker is a big plus.
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Blues Jr. / Pro Jr. JJ Tube Upgrade Kit (2x EL84, 3x 12AX7)
(1) T-EL84-JJ-MP (Apex Matched), which includes:
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Fender Blues JR Limited C12N
Classic warm tube tone provided by the EL84 power tubes and 12ax7 pre-amp tubes
Foot switchable "FAT" option adds thicker tones and subtle overdrive
On board spring reverb for large echo effect
Enjoy years of durability from the lacquer tweed cabinet
Warm articulate tones provided by the Jensen P12N speaker
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Pair of JJ EL84/6BQ5 Power Vacuum Tube
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Fender Blues Junior IV 15 Watt Electric Guitar Amplifier
Celestion 12" A-Type speaker
Preamp circuit modified for increased fullness
Spring reverb modified for improved smoothness
Includes 1-button footswitch for fat Mid boost
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Standard Tube Set for Fender Blues Jr
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JJ Electronics Amplifier Tube (T-EL84-JJ-MP)
JJ's EL84 is a great replacement for guitar amps or hi-fi.
Available in Singles, Apex Matched Pairs or Apex Matched Quads - please select from list.
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Blues Junior Tube Set with Matched Power Tubes, TAD brand tubes, Compatible with Fender
Find the best tubes for your Fender Blues Junior
For the Fender Blues Junior, this set will really smooth out the overdriven sound and help give you more clean headroom
When shopping for tubes, your choices can get confusing FAST—that's why we've worked with each of our suppliers to gather the details you need to choose the right tubes for your needs
TAD has some of the strictest tests in the industry and only accepts the best tubes for their offerings
This set includes: 2 - Tube Amp Doctor EL84-STR Power Tubes (1 matched pair), 3 - Tube Amp Doctor 12AX7A-C Preamp Tubes
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Sovtek Tube Kit For Fender Blues Jr. Amps EL84 12AX7WA
This set includes (2) Matched Sovtek EL84 power tubes
15 watts is probably loud enough to be heard over most drummers, but it will be too quiet in a full band. 25W ad up will get you loud enough while still having some headroom for cleaner tones. As previously stated 15-20 works but not much cleans.
A combo amp contains the amplifier and one or more speakers in a single cabinet. In a "head and speaker cabinet" configuration, the amplifier and speaker each have their own cabinet. ... Guitar amps that include a mic input are in effect small, portable PA systems.
The AC10 was one of the first amplifiers to bear the VOX name and has long been adored for his ability to achieve rich, articulate tube tone at very manageable volumes. For this reason, the AC10 has become a highly coveted piece of VOX history since it's discontinuation in 1965.
Modern Build, Retro Sound Mind you, the made-in-Mexico Bassbreaker 45 isn't built like a 1960s amp. It uses an automated-production circuit board in lieu of hand-wired components, and the cabinet is plywood rather than solid wood.
That in mind, it's the same thing as having a 15-watt amp at full volume, your 20 watt amp should be more than enough. 20 watts all tube should be more than enough to gig, especially if you're mic'd. Emo is to music as etch-a-sketch is to art.