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Fender Princeton (Silverface)
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Fender Princeton (Silverface)

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

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Megajp Megajp

«  The back and leaves »

Publié le 08/21/14 à 05:31
Value For Money : Excellent
Amplification tube (12 ~ 15W) through two tubes 6V6GT
12AX7 preamp tubes and four a 5AR4 rectifier.
Two instruments jack inputs
A speaker 10-inch Jensen, an external speaker output.
Settings: Vol, Treb, Bass, Speed, Intensity
understand Gain, Treble and Bass Vibrato (rate and extent)
A switch on the back and a red diamond loupiote (I thought that diamonds were transparent)
Weight: 12Kg
Approximate year between 1970 and 1972

UTILIZATION

Is lit, it heats to zero volume 2 minutes and it's ready.
No need to book, the sound is clear and precise net until 7 It is clear sound FENDER.

SOUNDS

Its exceptional! it's not for nothing that Fender made re-issues of black face and silver face was nothing better in 50 years. There is a sound that can soften with the Tremolo. It is perfect for the quality that simplicity.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 months (800 € OCCAZ) at home. Without sounding pretentious I tried all Fender models: field, deluxe reverb, Vibrolux, hotrod, blues junior, Prosonic, twin reverb and majesty Bassman only missing the vibroking and Super Reverb ... but 4Hp having had the good face at concerts I imagine. ALL these amps are amazing and it's big plus is good .. No mystery, lamps and transformers it's heavy, it's expensive!
Do not mince words, FENDER made the most beautiful clear sounds of the world, and p'is it's all !!!
I particularly appreciate the weight of this amp and low power that can play at home without tearing or back or leaves. A reasonable volume but also a store of headroom as the saying rosebeef. We put a tube screamer or cleanboost before and the sound is louder, without compressing or saturate, just as if you had to mount the volume. It is significant to fine-tune his pedalboard at home. However, the sound is a little more "DARK" than a Deluxe or that a Twin, but it also comes from HP (seems that a WEBER sounds clearer but loses severe). Finally a good portion of its clear that household Fender tone your back and leaves). Good value for the vintage report.
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