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Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender .

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GilouDVSGilouDVS

A FENDER Vintage!

Fender 30Published on 12/08/12 at 04:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Years 1980/1981

Black Face Combo 30 watts while Lamps - 1 HP 12 "Fender Special Design 005379-8 ohms

-Pre Amp: 12AT7, 7025
-Power: 2 x 6L6GC
-Rectifier 1 X 5U4GB

Dims: 63X45X22 cm - Weight: 24 Kgs

Rglages:

-Front:
NORMAL CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Bright Switch, Volume, Treble, Bass.
REVERB CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Channel select switch, Gain Preamp with pull-knob
boost, treble boost with pull-knob, pull-knob with Middle boost,
Bass boost with pull-knob, Reverb and Volume

-Rear: Fuse (2A), Speaker out, Speaker out, Line Out Level, Lineout, RCA Pedal
input for Channel switching, 1/4 '' Reverb Pedal input for control, Reverb
Output, Reverb Input (RCA),......
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Years 1980/1981

Black Face Combo 30 watts while Lamps - 1 HP 12 "Fender Special Design 005379-8 ohms

-Pre Amp: 12AT7, 7025
-Power: 2 x 6L6GC
-Rectifier 1 X 5U4GB

Dims: 63X45X22 cm - Weight: 24 Kgs

Rglages:

-Front:
NORMAL CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Bright Switch, Volume, Treble, Bass.
REVERB CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Channel select switch, Gain Preamp with pull-knob
boost, treble boost with pull-knob, pull-knob with Middle boost,
Bass boost with pull-knob, Reverb and Volume

-Rear: Fuse (2A), Speaker out, Speaker out, Line Out Level, Lineout, RCA Pedal
input for Channel switching, 1/4 '' Reverb Pedal input for control, Reverb
Output, Reverb Input (RCA), Hum Balance control

Reverb springs in a black cover on the bottom.
Pedal with 2 switches: Switch channels and Reverb
Ebenisterie plated plain wood. Coins black plastic - black HP Canvas

Electronics old system with a hit plate on which is connect a "fort son.


USE

Reverb 2 channels on channel 2
Effective qualisation with push buttons / pull seems to me difficult to use.
This is my personal opinion.
Manuel low enough.
For my part, I found it difficult to make a sound. But after some time pass is nickel.

SONORITS

It accpte any blues rock style except Mtal.
Its clean "Fenderien" crunch wishes but the distortion, I go through pedals. With the single amp has quickly become runny.
I use it with a Strato, a Tele and a copy Lespaul Custom77 CS3.
This is THE SON Fender and the Lespaul bluesy sound is desired. I think queles adptes jazz would be delighted.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 1981. I did the scene with. It has the fishing despite its 30 watts and does not move with the volume of an orchestra or group.
I told him adding a device that allows to tilt to better direct the sound.
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GilouDVSGilouDVS

A FENDER Vintage!

Fender 30Published on 12/08/12 at 04:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Years 1980/1981

Black Face Combo 30 watts all Lamps - 1 HP 12'' Fender Special Design 005379-8 ohms

Pre-amp: 12AT7, 7025
-Power: 2 x 6L6GC
-Rectifier: 1 X 5U4GB

Dims: 63X45X22 cm - Weight: 24 Kgs

Settings:

-Front:
NORMAL CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Bright Switch, Volume, Treble, Bass.
REVERB CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Channel select switch, Preamp Gain with pull-knob
boost, treble boost with pull-knob, pull knob with Middle boost,
Bass with pull-knob boost, Reverb and Volume

-Rear: Fuse (2A), Speaker Out, Speaker Out, Line Out Level, Lineout, RCA Pedal
input for channel switching, 1/4'' input for Reverb Pedal Control, Reverb
Output, Reverb Input (RCA),......
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Years 1980/1981

Black Face Combo 30 watts all Lamps - 1 HP 12'' Fender Special Design 005379-8 ohms

Pre-amp: 12AT7, 7025
-Power: 2 x 6L6GC
-Rectifier: 1 X 5U4GB

Dims: 63X45X22 cm - Weight: 24 Kgs

Settings:

-Front:
NORMAL CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Bright Switch, Volume, Treble, Bass.
REVERB CHANNEL
Input 1, Input 2, Channel select switch, Preamp Gain with pull-knob
boost, treble boost with pull-knob, pull knob with Middle boost,
Bass with pull-knob boost, Reverb and Volume

-Rear: Fuse (2A), Speaker Out, Speaker Out, Line Out Level, Lineout, RCA Pedal
input for channel switching, 1/4'' input for Reverb Pedal Control, Reverb
Output, Reverb Input (RCA), Hum Balance control

Spring Reverb in a black cover on the bottom.
Pedal with 2 switches: Switch channels and Reverb
Ebenisterie light wood veneer. Dark corners Plastic Canvas - HP black

Electron former Circuit Board with cardboard on which is to connect a "forest son.

UTILIZATION

2 Channel Reverb on channel 2
The EQ efficient buttons push / pull seems difficult to use.
This is my personal opinion.
Handbook little enough.
For my part, I found it difficult to make a sound. But after the time it is nickel.

SOUNDS

l accepts any style blues rock with the exception of metal.
Its clean "Fenderien" Wishing crunch but for the distortion, I go through pedals. With the amp alone it quickly becomes runny.
I use it with a Strato, a Tele and a copy Lespaul Custom77 CS3.
This is THE SOUND Lespaul Fender and the sound is bluesy wish. I think queles jazz enthusiasts would love.
I also plugged my electro-acoustic GODIN Acousticaster and it goes great.
Clear sound excellent and can make cruncher! In distortion, it also goes well with a clean well if you set gain and volume.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since 1981. I did the scene with. He was fishing despite its 30 watts and does not move with the volume of an orchestra or band.
I would have added a feature that allows the bow to better direct the sound.

I had problems with welds "dry" and the power transformer that came with the chassis vibration. Fault has been corrected quickly in a technician.

I still prefer an amp with simple adjustments, but I do not regret having bought it.
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  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: 30
  • Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 09/05/2011

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