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Old 3rd July 2005, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default M-80 Chorus question

I was wondering if anyone had an M-80 Chorus head by Fender. I can't find the specs anywhere on the net and I need to know if it will drive a 4 ohm speaker cab. Thanks

ps- picks of my custom cab will be posted shorty, I think its awesome. Might sound like gabage though, lets hope not (unless thats the sound you want!)
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Old 3rd July 2005, 06:00 PM   #2
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At least you can get a manual here
And, you could have a walk trough this massive Fender paradise .

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