Owning both for the first time, I must say that there is a similar feel and texture between the two. Though Magnetism is quite unique with its distinct aroma of root beer/Dr. Pepper top notes, the powdery, sweet and ambery base that's left resembles Baldessarini's Ambre quite a bit.
Having worn Ambre on my wrist for a day, I find it to be similarly potent or heavy, providing a similar experience in terms of projection and longevity. With all these parallels, I can recommend it as a replacement with the caveat that it shares a similar smell and feel while being distinctly and noticeably different. Thoughts??
Lanvin Avant Garde
Dior Homme Intense
Thierry Mugler Taste of Fragrance
Prada Amber Intense Pour Homme
If smelling good was a crime, I'd be serving a lifetime sentence....
- OE (olfactoryexperience)
Escada Magnetism is far better than the other IMO.