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After about 2 years of being used by a friend that had a accident that took one of his fingertips ( yup left hand righthanded guitar player), Red, my London City Spitfire MK2 is back in the house.
When I'm not able to use the loft during day-time, because my daughter has night shift, I felt I needed a cheap little amp like thingie to be able to play/rehearse downstairs. without breaking my back with all the lumps I use for amps.
Noticed an ad on a dutch website from someone that wanted to sell a Fender Gdec Junior. I Contacted him and placed a bid and managed to get the Gdec fairly cheap.
Today I played and recorded a tiny sound demo and was pleasantly surprised.
2 Guitar tracks, both Red and The Gdec junior in Brittish amp settings recorded using a Shure PG58 Microphone.
Can't say I dislike the first results (tone-wise)
To me it sounds as if you can get the HBL sound out of any guitar and amp. Crystal clear again, just like sitting in your room.
Did I hear an incoming message on your phone at 0:22?
I remember having a G-Dec for quite a while but many moons ago. Seems like a different lifetime now.
I found the G-Dec I had was surprisingly good for what it was and had some rather good sounds amongst the myriad settings.
Just done a search - nearly 10 years ago I got one and it was a G-Dec 3-30 which (after a typical struggle) I got to work in a Blues edition sound pack.
Very different to yours though. Your G-Dec looks like a more serious attempt at an amp with it's more comprehensive controls layout.
The sounds you are getting certainly suggest that you've found an amp that you can happily play / practice with downstairs and avoid injury from lugging those heavyweight amps around.