1 Surfysonic 1 month ago Found a used Fender Pawn Shop Vaporizer in surf green (which is cool, would have liked to have found a slate blue) in the used section of Guitar Center and priced way below what's offered on Reverb at the moment. The amp has a fun secret mode where you crank the reverb and turn down the volume for a cool, spacey wet sound. A friend mentioned it works great with a fuzz pedal for garage rock.Features: Power: 12W tube Speakers: 2x10" Special Design Vaporizer speakers Two inputs ” 1/4", Normal and Bright Internal speaker disconnects to allow the amp's 1/4" output to be used with external 8Î speaker enclosures Controls: Volume, Tone and Reverb Tubes: two x 12AX7; two x 6BQ5/EL84 Single-Button "Wedge" footswitch included Weight: 37 lb (16.78 kg)I knew going into getting this that there have been known issues with hum and hissing. As best as I can determine, the hum issue is related to the reverb tank and the hissing (it's intermittent, meaning, it doesn't always happen) is related to the Tone control. The Vaporizer foot switch activates the overdrive "Vaporizer". Basically, it's a loud, hot mess and fairly useless to me. Still, I dig the amp's overall aesthetic. The stock speakers seem decent enough.I unplugged the two cables (one black, one red) from the reverb tank and plugged them back in...the hum died down considerably. I'm not too bothered as I'm fine with just keeping the reverb off and using my reverb pedal, which I find myself using more and more than the onboard tanks. I might swap out the stock tubes to see if that helps at all. Any fix recommendations for the reverb & tone issues are greatly appreciated.