Fender Blues DeVille 410 Reissue
Fender Blues DeVille 410 Reissue

Blues DeVille 410 Reissue, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender in the Blues Deville series.

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iamqman 05/26/2011

Fender Blues DeVille 410 Reissue : iamqman's user review

« Sweet tone! »

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If you are into blues rock or mild rock tones then this is the amp for you. If you play pop music or something similar to Coldplay then this amp will be right up your alley. This is exactly the same amp as the deluxe verion but with a change in casing which to allow more speaker. This one come with 4 10 in speakers. You get the same great tone and features but just in a bigger unit and more speakers.

If you enjoy the tones and voicing of the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe amp but want a warmer for vintage style tone then this is the amp for you. I have been a fan of the Hot Rod deluxes for quite some time now. This amp is on par with that amp with the full rich bodied tone that is so reminiscent of records of old

Fender Blues DeVille Guitar Amp Features:

60-watt two-channel tube amp with four 10" blue Alnico-Magnet Eminence speaker
All-tube preamp and power amp
Tube Complement: 3 x 12AX7, 2 x 6L6, solid-state rectifier
Dual selectable channels (Vintage and Drive)
Independent Gain and Master Controls in the Drive channel
Bright Switch in Vintage channel
Effects loop
Fender Spring Reverb
2-Button footswitch for Drive select and Reverb on/off
Chrome panel and Vintage chicken-head pointer knobs
Controls: Presence, Reverb, Master, Middle, Bass, Treble, Drive Select Switch, Drive, Volume, Bright Switch, Standby Switch
Genuine cloth tweed covering


Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Power 60W
Speakers 4 x 10" Special Design Eminence
No Effects
EQ Middle, Bass, Treble
No Amp Modeling
Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 2 x 6L6
Inputs 2 x Instrument, 1 x Power Amp In
Outputs 1 x Speaker, 1 x Preamp Out
Footswitch I/O
Effects Loop
Height 23.5"
Width 23.5"
Depth 10.75"
Weight 50 lbs.


The tone you get get with this amp is remarkable! It is jangly and dirty but will never play something out side of your guitar's natural tone. It compliment the tone of your guitar and doesn't take on a new character. The ultimate tone for this amp is a Fender Stratocaster and maybe a Ibanez TS9 or some other tubescreamer. This will get you a solid driving tone that just slams the front end of the band mix. Plus with with the extra dirty channel you can get even dirtier than that. Although I must say that the crunch channel of this amp is fair weak and sterile sounding. So my recommendation is to use a overdrive pedal slamming the front of the amp.


If you are into the blues style tone and voicing and want a solid durable gigging amp then this is about the best you can get aside form some boutique builder. The tone is warm and full of driving blues tones that will get you excited to come home from work just to play the thing.

At new these amps come in at around $1000 which isn't a bad price. I am not sure if these units are made in Mexican or America. They used me American but at some point I know the Hot Rods switched toe Mexico.