The Carr Rambler is one of the few go-to amps when we hear “Deluxe/Princeton Reverb but better.” In fact, it’s the only amp! If you replaced all the less-than-incredibly-awesome components in a ’65 DR Reissue, you’d end up with the Rambler. It’s the most balanced, articulate sounding amp we have heard. It’s as if you are listening a DR but that’s been masterfully recorded, perfectly compressed, and then expertly mixed and mastered. It’s a perfectly portable combo amp, right around 45lbs and with 28 or 14 watt modes, your sure to have the right amount of volume and headroom for most scenarios. The Reverb and Trem are to die for. The reverb is clean and bright but by no means lacking warmth and depth. The trem is classic Fender. Not super throb-y, but runs from subtle and smooth to deep and rhythmic.