The height also makes it difficult to carry, making you sweat when hauling it between gigs.
It’s a big sounding amp with a potential for being very loud and bassy given the right (wrong) speakers.
Because the design of the Fender Squier Stratocaster is so popular, it has also become one of the most copied guitar looks over the past half a century.
In my travels around the world I have seen strat look-a-likes in China, the Philippines and in Africa.
Here is a Sienna Sunburst (International Color) Stratocaster with worn but original hard shell Fender case for sale.........................Vintage 1963 Gibson Melody maker double cutaway sunburst finish with checking overall,factory option maestro vibrato .Most MM by 63 were finished in cherry ,the vibrato is a factory add on extra option offered by Gibson.Why has the desire for low wattage amps with 20-25 watts of tube power come up so late?Both the Deluxe Reverb (DR) and Princeton Reverb (PR) “survived” the CBS silverface periods with minor changes.
The problem is that for most beginners, a Fender Squier Stratocaster costs a bit more than they are willing to pay. In short, despite what you may read elsewhere, the answer to this question is YES.