Fender Blues Junior NOS

Fender Blues Junior NOS

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Blues Junior NOS, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender in the Blues Junior series.

7 user reviews
Prices starting at $600 Average price: $600

Fender Blues Junior NOS tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Fender
  • Model: Blues Junior NOS
  • Series: Blues Junior
  • Category: Tube Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 10/30/2003

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Fender Blues Junior NOS user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 7 reviews )
 5 reviews71 %
 1 user review14 %

iamqman's review"Nice tweed"

Fender Blues Junior NOS
This is a great amp for those needing a small practice amp or those needing an amp that doesn't get to loud either. The tweed look to this amp is a nice touch, not to mention the Jensen speaker which adds a tone of clarity and tone to the amp.

This amp has a rich tone and worthy to be called Fender. Some of Fender's amps need to be tossed in the trash or off a roof of some sort. This amp is a nice price and has a fantastic look.



Series: Hot Rod Series
Type: All Tube
Output: 15 watts into 8 ohms
Ohms: 8 ohms
Speakers: 1-12" Jensen C12-N 8ohm, 50 watt Speaker, p/n 0868508004
Channels: 1 Channel
Features: "Fat" Switch, Reverb, Footswitch Jack for Remote "Fat" on/off, Chrome Panel, Vintage Pointer Knobs, Controls, Reverb, Master, Middle, Bass, Treble, "Fat" Switch, Volume, Covering, Lacquer Tweed finish with Pinstripe Grille Cloth

Weight: 31 lbs. (14.06 kg)
18"W x 16"H 9.18"D (45.72 cm W x 40.64 cm H x 23.31 cm D)
Tube Complement: 3 X 12AX7, 2 X EL84
Solid State Rectifier
Footswitch: Uses Optional 1-Button Footswitch


The look of this amp is a fantastic throw back to the way the amps looked in the 50's. The only downside to this amp and you would be mistaken if you think that the tone is going to be of the Hot Rod series. I find the hot rod series to be a little bit more of the modded ton where this amp doens't have that tone you would expect when you here the words hot rod.

The tone is alright for this type of amp. The speaker does help round out the tone of a this amp really well. The best use for this amp is a Fender Telecaster. I think the spank of a nice Tele will compliment this amp much more than any other guitar.


At new these amps come in at around $579. A bit high for this amp. I personally would not buy this amp just because it doesn't have the tone I am looking for in a tube amp.

I would only recommend this amp to someone looking on the used market. For a new one this price is way too high for the amount of amp that you get.

PurposeToMelody's review"GREAT little amp for small gigs and recording"

Fender Blues Junior NOS
* Type: All Tube
* Output: 15 watts into 8 ohms
* Ohms: 8 ohms
* Speakers: 1-12" Jensen C12-N 8ohm, 50 watt Speaker, p/n 0868508004
* Weight: 31 lbs. (14.06 kg)
* 18"W x 16"H 9.18"D (45.72 cm W x 40.64 cm H x 23.31 cm D)
* Tube Complement: 3 X 12AX7, 2 X EL84
* Solid State Rectifier


Super super simple amp, don't look for blinking lights or lots of knobs, simple and too the point TONE.


I owned this amp for about 6 months and used it mainly with a strat and les paul copy (stock pups in the strat and Seymour Duncan's in the LP)
I used it mainly with the strat and with the strat this things ROCKED. It was hands down the best practice amp for anything clean I've ever played, its beautiful and the Jensen speaker really helps with the things that I personally think plagued the original versions (boxy and too middy). with the "gain' high it does a great Joe Walsh or Eagles impression and with the gain lower and set super clean with the neck pup of my strat and some delay it did U2 in spades. I used to set it with the gain at about noon and would run a boost (like a TS9) and it would do great for small worship gigs and for studio stuff.

for anything heavy you'll pretty much never get that and don't expect it to, I wouldn't think you'd buy it for heavniess, but for cleans you'll never lose, its one of my favorite amps for that kind of sound.


Overall, I really love this amp, and if you want SRV, Joe Walsh, Layla era Clapton or U2 sounds you can't go wrong, but its a one trick pony, albeit a very good trick, just don't expect anything other than cleans and very low gain out of it. If you go in knowing that I'd say buy it now and don't look back.

frank_70's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" simple and effective"

Fender Blues Junior NOS
lamp, 15w, jensen 12 ", 1 hall, master volume bass mid treble, boost, reverb.


very easy to use amp, it gives little chance of his work. just a good sound is corrected slightly or is saturated through the lamps.


amp passes through the entire Anglo-Saxon music from 54 to 80, and of course jazz.

the sound is not fat nor crystalline rather "right". This is a buzz with the TV, he did not mind as soon as you play.
Frequencies put forward by Jensen and lamps are out of the mix playing weaker than other fender without lamps.


2 months of use
I also use a Rivera home studio.
Junior is perfect for blues scene rehearsals.
good investment for a basic amp.
For a similar price range, I recommend more than a peavey classic 30 (I owned and on which I made mods base-hp lamps)
Caster Junior11/28/2011

Caster Junior's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A grand cru"

Fender Blues Junior NOS




Difficult to talk about sound not to mention all The elements surrounding the BJ, lintrieur (hp, transformer, lamps) and lextrieur (guitar, microphones, effects) to arrive IN his all as read trs. If you like T Richards sends Honky Tonk Woman in a Tweed Twin, if you are looking for simple hardware with lments cohrents and complmentaires, trs of good quality without (too) breaking the bank, and if you are looking for a vintage sound even when with a little versatility and Versatile here is my cocktail:
Fender Blues Junior Tweed-Ltd: VERY LARGE 15 watts, all tube, class A, SERIES limit tweed dj-clbre BJ, beautiful look, weight rve. With some modifications, it becomes carrment gnial: clean sounds wonderful, warm crunch and sharp, vibrant Evil, magnitude, precision
Chang-output transformer for Mercury: DEFINITIONS actually much more dynamic and incredible.
HP-chang for a Weber 12F150 (without dope cramique 25w) + Weber beam blocker: cest the original Weber C12N Tweed Twin tone with ceramic punch. Excellent speaker for BJ: trs equilibrated (nice bass, mdiums Submitted, crystalline highs), trs trs dynamic and warm, a synthse. LE's Fender. The Beam Blocker (fix to the HP) is a PROCD Designed by Ted Weber allowing acute DTRE less and gives more directional the sound damplitude Despite the small size of Lampl.
-Reverb: Tad three springs, wider and colors that lAccutronic dorigine months.
-Lamps: replacing the original Sovtek, for prampli 3JJ ECC83, 2 JJ EL84 for Lampl. Trs silent and imbalances in the spectrum, do not change the color of BJ. Crunch fantastic.
BJ The standard is good, it is fabulous: no effect, the LE is adj.
Fender Telecaster american ash-maple neck 60th Anniversary: ​​A modernized legends, excellent handle and violin, lgre, microphones perfectible be replaced by
Micro-bridge: Fender noiseless (based on the micro tele 60) Although criticized by some purists (noiseless) its a great versatile and silent micro trs (clear fenderien, crunch Magifique, magical solo) rich in mediums, acute tl (twang), dynamic, bright and warm. Lme of this guitar.
Micro-neck: Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates humbucker (black, without cover, splittable volume by push-pull) Trs versatile, many more possibilities lipstick quavec the original post, he knows everything, thanks possibility of a split: sounds clear and chiselled prcis of single coil, beautiful saturation of humbuckers, allowing incursions into the territories of Strats, Les Paul and even of the electro-acoustic lowering the volume of the guitar. It is driv PAF 59 but with good bass not invasive, least of mediums creuss, crystalline highs trsdtaills (almost a intermdiaire between neck pickup and bridge pickup) .
Strings: Ernie Ball 9-46.
In the order in guitar amp. We can do almost anything with these four small boxes analog, the BJ love the effects.
-Compressor: Fatburner Jacques: Attack scathing in his clear, hot solo prcis coupled with long sustain an overdrive. Effect of water with the modulations. Nuance. Little breath.
-Overdrive: Maxon OD 808: the tube screamer. Although a bit bulky bass and dynamics, it has a grain and warmth Ingals. Complment uses the drive of the amp to add a little gain. (The ocd and the bb preamp are also excellent overdrive but no saturation n'accroche natural BJ)
-Phaser: Electroharmonix nano small stone: Warm, organic, sophisticated. Plan to funk, to trmolo lauto-wha.
-Chorus + Delay: Jacques Prisoner: versatile, mlodieux, Arian, but hot fi, 3 (good) effects in a single box (delay, chorus, flanger and even repeat the background).
NB: You can also stick to the excellent BJ TC Nova system which fits like a glove: versatility.
Power effects: Voodoo Lab 5 iso + patch Cables Planet Waves. Cables and Plugs Proel OFC Neutrik: no breath. Registration: Digitech Jamman or Sennheiser e 906 + NI Komplete Sound card audio Squenceur Ableton Live 6 +.


It's simple, it's beautiful and sounds.
This is just one opinion ... forcment trs subjective.

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