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Fender Bandmaster Reverb

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender belonging to the Bandmaster series.

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Fender Bandmaster ReverbPublished on 07/17/07 at 09:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Tube amp, all lights, of course ...
40Watts rms.
Output 4 Ohms over a "ext. Speaker" then 2x8 ohms.

There are two channels, each with 2 inputs.
A master volume more
- The first is the simple theft, treeble, bass.
- The second is the channel greened / vibrato: vol. treeble, medium, bass, reverb, tremolo (speed + intensity
Ah yes, there is also a little each channel switch "bright"
So like effects: greened, and tremolo. No overdrive or similar.
Originally, there is a footswitch for effects, I did not. Replaced by a Boss FS-6

UTILIZATION

You plug it in and go.
With or without adjustment, the sound is gold.
More manual, the receiver must have changed hands several...…
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Tube amp, all lights, of course ...
40Watts rms.
Output 4 Ohms over a "ext. Speaker" then 2x8 ohms.

There are two channels, each with 2 inputs.
A master volume more
- The first is the simple theft, treeble, bass.
- The second is the channel greened / vibrato: vol. treeble, medium, bass, reverb, tremolo (speed + intensity
Ah yes, there is also a little each channel switch "bright"
So like effects: greened, and tremolo. No overdrive or similar.
Originally, there is a footswitch for effects, I did not. Replaced by a Boss FS-6

UTILIZATION

You plug it in and go.
With or without adjustment, the sound is gold.
More manual, the receiver must have changed hands several times and is older than me ...
But that's all normal to resolve.
I plugged into a fender baffle 2 * 12 of the same age or slightly older ...

SOUNDS

I had to change all the lights of the amp, they were still all original and with the miles, they eventually give up the ghost. It is not free to change a dozen lamps but when you reconnect, you understand why and when there are no regrets for your dough, that either ...

In terms of sound:

I'm pretty rock.
I tapper in, even in its clear, I am not so delicate ...
But this thing has a certain sound that you become as gentle as a lamb without spot thee, unintentionally ...
The reverb and tremolo are great, the only thing is that the tremolo is not very deep ... but hey, it should probably be a bit tired after 35 years ...

I plug it on a firm fender100 (2x12) from the same period and the sound is perfect.
It is "only" a 40Watts but it can go very loud, the lights, it has the trunk ...

I play it with us Start an std and Jaguar HH. And we can say that it was created for the stratum.
Not much to say except that it sounds beautiful, very very crystalline air.
Clear and distortion. Because when you plug the distortion, it flies away and you can bour in as a wild ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several months.
I had to change all the lights, it cost me a bone. But I have no regrets, absolutely not. It's fantastic. Powerful yet very precise. Designed to perfection.
The value for money is not bad. amp costs € 450, a vintage fender cabinet around € 300 and it's better than what you find in combo for 700 or € 800 (the lamps, you change them anyway at some time or other) lead over the body, at this price, something like that, it is more ...

I do it again tomorrow if you must.

Is there a problem? I do not remember ...
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vaustellvaustell

Fender Bandmaster ReverbPublished on 04/23/09 at 05:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use a Fender Bandmaster amp head Reverb TFL 5005 D, 1974 all lamps (5U4GB, 2 6L6, 3 12AXT7, 3 12AT7)
This head delivers 45 watts. There are both channels with two inputs for each channel. No distortion (too old), however, there are on the second channel has a spring reverb and vibrato, all controllable with a football switch.On can adjust the intensity of the reverb, and intensity and speed of vibrato.

UTILIZATION

The setup is very simple, a jack in the desired channel (can not switched from one channel to another) then a special jack loudspeakers for the firm (2 X 12 ')

I have no manual because this amp is 35 and he's older than me.
At the sound, that mean? if you do not...…
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I use a Fender Bandmaster amp head Reverb TFL 5005 D, 1974 all lamps (5U4GB, 2 6L6, 3 12AXT7, 3 12AT7)
This head delivers 45 watts. There are both channels with two inputs for each channel. No distortion (too old), however, there are on the second channel has a spring reverb and vibrato, all controllable with a football switch.On can adjust the intensity of the reverb, and intensity and speed of vibrato.

UTILIZATION

The setup is very simple, a jack in the desired channel (can not switched from one channel to another) then a special jack loudspeakers for the firm (2 X 12 ')

I have no manual because this amp is 35 and he's older than me.
At the sound, that mean? if you do not like the clean sound is not worth it.
However this amp delivers a grain of emergency. Many believe that Fender sound is crystalline. This amp has a fairly wide spectrum of settings that can vary the sounds. Too acute? cut and you will see that they cut vraiment.Pas low enough? mount them and see they really go up. In short all that to say that the EQ is great sensitivity.
There is also a small button called "bright" that will remove or boost the brightness of the sound.
You should also know that on this amp if you turn off the equalizer (no treble, no med, no bass) sound that you will not be released.

SOUNDS

I use this head for the indie rock and I find it appropriate to style. I think it can be widely used for peaceful rock type or rock post rock prog. But it may also have a big sound in the bass and drying by wearing a big fat distortion.

I use a Stratocaster U.S. Standard 1991 (You would understand I'm a fan of Fender) and half a score of effects, I will not list them all. I especially love my 3 distos (radial hot british, RAT2 Proco, Boss OD and 2) I use a small stone elctro harmonics of 1979. So I have lots of choices of settings with both the clear sound without the overdrive sound. For example, my disto allow me to have more saturated fat or crystalline depending on the settings. tansdis phaser that brings the sound clear.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this amp head for 10 years, I've had is 15 and I buy 800 francs or 120 euros. (I know it's gonna hate me) At the time of vintage fashion did not exist. I bought it without even knowing what I buy, I found it simply beautiful. I remade the course maintains above since (changing bulbs)

There is a very emotional dimension between this amp and me. I'm not objective about certain issues.
With experience, I would do this choice, especially for the price I paid but it's over, I know that I never find such an amp made for a marshall MG 10.

Now with the price it is I will buy other things can hearth. There are so many brands now.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Bandmaster Reverb
  • Series: Bandmaster
  • Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 08/23/2005

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