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Fender Deluxe Reverb "Silverface" [1968-1982]
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Fender Deluxe Reverb "Silverface" [1968-1982]

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

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« Classic is as classic does. »

Publié le 07/11/11 à 15:37
One of the most uncompromising amplifiers to ever grace this earth...The Fender Deluxe Reverb. This amp is an absolute tone monster and a classic rock amplifier. These amps have been played by just about everyone in the business. There really is no competition when it comes to the clean tone of these amps. Fender struck gold with these amps decades ago and are still getting paid dividends on the reissues.

UTILIZATION

Inputs: 4 Inputs (2 per Channel)
Auxiliary Input: 1/4" Footswitch Jack
Extension Speaker Jack: External Speaker Jack
Channels: Two Channels (Normal and Vibrato)
Power Handling: 22 Watts into 8 Ohms
Rectifier: 5AR4 Rectifier Tube
Controls: Normal Channel: Volume, Treble, Bass. Vibrato Channel: Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb. Vibrato: Speed, Intensity
Hardware
Cabinet Material: Baltic Birch Plywood Cabinet
Pilot Light Jewel: Red Amp Jewel
Handle: Molded Black Handle
Front Panel: "Blackface"™ Style Control Panel
Amplifier Length: 9.5" (24.13 cm)
Amplifier Width: 24.5" (62.2 cm)
Amplifier Height: 17.5" (44.5 cm)
Amplifier Weight: 42 lbs. (19.05 kg)
Effects: Tube Driven Spring Reverb, Tube Vibrato
Speakers
Speaker: 1-12" Jensen® C-12K, 8 Ohm Speaker with Ceramic Magnet.
Speaker Impedance: 8 Ohm

SOUNDS

When You think of Fender amps you think or a 65 reverb deluxe...why because it is a masterpiece amp. The tone and clarity from this amp can not be matched by any other. Sure other builders have recreated it to the best of their knowledge and many boutique amps do sound phenomenal. Nothing has the name as the Fender Deluxe Reverb.

This amp sound great just as simple as the design. Use a good Fender Stratocaster or Telecaster and a good overdrive pedal like an Ibanez tubescreamer pr a Fulltone OCD and your have tones for any type of gig you can image. You will feel the chimy and response that makes this amps a legend. Give is a little volume and hear the sweet mild overdrive of a clean Fender classic amp.

OVERALL OPINION

At only 22 watts you can crank this amp up and get a nice sweet overdrive for country pop, or rock music. At new these amps come in at around $1199. Not a bad price for a tone tube masterpiece. I would recommend this amp to any person who need a great sounding low watt amplifier. These amps have stood the test of time and will continue to please guitarist around the globe.
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