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Fender Guitar amplification user reviews

  • Fender Mustang I

    Fender Mustang I - "Practice amp"

    11/01/12

    The Fender Mustang I 20 is very affordable and can be a great amp to have for practicing around your house. It is a smaller amp that has 20 watts and it has effects built into it. It also has USB out to your computer as well. The design of the I 20 …

  • Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III

    Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III - "Big rig killer"

    10/14/12

    The Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III is the brands newest addition to the Hot Rod series. The amp features 40 watts of 6l6 power coupled with an all 12ax7 preamp section. Fender has revoiced the drive sounds in the amp to make them more flexible and appeali…

  • Fender Vintage Reissue '59 Bassman LTD

    Fender Vintage Reissue '59 Bassman LTD - "Excellent reissue with modern construction techniques"

    10/03/12

    Although the Bassman series dates back to 1952, The 5F6 Bassman circuit, introduced by Leo Fender in 1959 in 4x10 combo format, is widely considered to be the beginning of guitar amplification as we know it. As its name suggests, it was originally de…

  • Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

    Fender Hot Rod Deluxe - "Good clean channel, skip the overdrive."

    10/01/12

    Fender has been the golden standard for guitar amplification for over 50 years. From the earliest RCA-inspired circuits to modern models like the Supersonic, Fender has been a prime player in the game every step of the way. The Hot Rod Deluxe was …

  • Fender Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb

    Fender Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb - "Best Purchased Used"

    09/27/12

    The Fender Custom Vibrolux Reverb, or CVR, is a 2x10, 40 Watt all-tube combo amplifier in the tradition of Fender's most famous blackface amps. It has two channels, Normal and Bright, both with a high and low input. It features two 5881 power tubes, …

  • Fender Princeton Chorus

    Fender Princeton Chorus - "2X10 With Chorus and some Punch!"

    09/18/12

    The Princeton Chorus series are, (since the 80's), solid-state amps with ample power and very well rounded speakers. You are given the standard two input option common on many Fender Amps. Also you have both a mono and stereo FX loop, foot switch ja…

  • Fender Princeton 65

    Fender Princeton 65 - "Small amp, BIG sound"

    05/23/12

    Solid State - 65 Watt UTILIZATION Took about 30 minutes to get the tone I wanted. SOUNDS Awesome Fender clean channel, Overdrive decent, but I'm probably gonna run a Big Muff through it. OVERALL OPINION I couldn't be happier for the price I pai…

  • Fender The Twin

    Fender The Twin - "Wow!"

    05/13/12

    Redundant UTILIZATION In terms of routing: Channel A and B or Channel A+B (yes a channel sum...it's awesome) -- determined by the inputs. Reverb on one or both channels. Clean Fender Twin sound inside! No master volume control You can …

  • Fender Super-Sonic  60 Combo

    Fender Super-Sonic 60 Combo - "Like having two Vintage Fender Amps in one!!"

    05/08/12

    This amp is a 60 W (all tube) with a solid state rectifier . The channels for clean are Vibrolux, and Bassman - with another channel called 'Burn' for distortion / overdrive. The Burn channel has 'cascading gain' , or two gain pots to dial in your…

  • Fender VibroVerb '63

    Fender VibroVerb '63 - "old but good"

    02/26/12

    Pretty simple amps for the time. Although they were also somewhat rare in the brownface configuration. History lesson for you. The brownface was basically the successor to the tweed, with added tone controls. They lasted into the early 60's and a…