All user reviews for the Fender Blues Deluxe [1994-1996]
marcofromtheshot's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" what else?"
Two channels: clear and overdrive. A footswitch pout switch from one to another. The overdrive "To Ten" is a delight and the right sound is here and now, no problem. But beware: this is an amp that can not play softly, barely turned the volume it sends puree is made for it and he does it very well. To play at home a tip: take a volume pedal or, like me, a little overdrive "bad monkey" which has the advantage of having a direct output volume, very practical, high quality.
it is perfect for any style of music, is able to swing clear of absolute purity sounds. The overdrive is beautiful and it fits comfortably shock if you put him a big distortion of metal. However, the metalheads may prefer Marshall or Mesa. I play it with a strat, tv, jackson HH, and whatever the config, the sound is impeccable, clean, solid, malleable, nuanced. Bliss.
Fender Blues Deluxe purchased at Pigalle one day when I miraculously fell over when he had just arrived. The sheet metal has not even had time to put a label: I try, I said, "I'll be back in an hour," I went to get my Jazz Chorus and presto, the exchange was made, and I not regret it. Even today, I think it is the best amp I've ever had. Recently I played a reissue, it's nice but it's not the same; I prefer my old thing.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
fredcaster's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Venerable amplifier"
Like all the amps, just ask dd fingers on guitar necks, open their ears, and look a little what we want! Once you get the basic sound desired, Tampering notrmalement little more and everything is going ...
Musically, I play everything on it, assuming that it is for me to adapt and not the reverse, as my scratch him were merely "tools" ... For info and to be honest I changed the bowl there are close to 10 years for Celes Vintage 30 and it made much more "air" to the sound of the amp ...
I use it since 1999, knowing that it is stamped 1993, and frankly I love it! Tried the Hot Rod Deluxe when it came out and frankly I would preferr my BluesDeluxe, which I find much more friendly. ..
5 of 11 people found this review helpful