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Fender Princeton (Silverface)

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

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Popsyman Popsyman
Publié le 11/14/07 à 14:21
Vintage tube amp with reverb and vibrato 15watts.
SETTINGS features: volume, treble, bass, reverb, speed and intensity.
Ability to control the reverb and vibrato with a footswitch connected to cinch the back of the amp.

UTILIZATION

Not difficult to find a sound.
It is a 15 watt tube, resulting in a high power that can play live in small place.
not need manual.

SOUNDS

It has its fender.
One side very well defined lens and a vintage lamp very strong side.
You can play with the natural saturation by pushing the volume beyond 60%, but watch out for neighbors and ears.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 5 years and I do not regret this purchase.
This is a great amp to play at home or repeating, not too heavy to carry with her to hell and pretty Polivalente.
Feel free to add your own effects to customize your sound.
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