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Room to get raunchy and clean, with reverb and tremolo that sound like a dream.

Great tremolo and reverb in a combo that’s relatively portable. Fantastic looks. Powerful enough for big clubs but not too loud.

Overdrive tones can sound rather ratty and ragged—a cool thing, if that’s your jam, but don’t expect refined lead tones.

$999

Harmony H650
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