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  • Fender Vibrosonic Reverb

    Fender Vibrosonic Reverb - "Punchy Fender Vibrosonic Reverb"


    I purchased this vintage Fender tube amp (circa 1972) in the mid-80s and enjoy it tremendously to this day. Over the years it has had the usual work done (replacing dried up capacitors, new tubes, etc.). It is now 2019, and is still a fantastic amp…

  • Fender Vibro Champ "Blackface" [1964-1967]

    Fender Vibro Champ "Blackface" [1964-1967] - "Versatile. Surprisingly loud when overdriven."


    I got this amp in an equipment trade. Since it's a small amp, I expected to use it primarily for practice. It's about 14″ x 17″ x 7 1/2″. Six watts, eight inch speaker. Two inputs. Simple controls: Volume, Treble, Bass. There is vibrato which I …

  • Fender Deluxe "Tweed Narrow Panel" [1955-1960]

    Fender Deluxe "Tweed Narrow Panel" [1955-1960] - "Awesome!" has images


    I used in in the studio. It was used on a track with my Artisan LP. It's perfect for all styles ranging from jazz to grunge. It's still a rather fragile amp (but it's also quite simple, so easy to repair), so I personally wouldn't bring it with me…

  • Fender Blues Junior III "Woody Mahogany"

    Fender Blues Junior III "Woody Mahogany" - "Beautiful, lightweight, good sounding!"


    I had a fender hot rod deluxe III - Wine Red Tan Limited Edition. It was the perfect amp for me and the music I like but it was too heavy for my aching back... So I had to change, but I wanted the typical clean fender sound so I turned to this blues…

  • Fender Blues Junior

    Fender Blues Junior - "The affordable Fender sound" has images


    Overview The Fender Blues Jr. is easily one of Fender's most popular guitar amplifiers of the past decade. In addition to the classic black tolex model, there have been several limited edition releases over the years as well--often equipped with d…

  • Fender Super 60

    Fender Super 60 - bloodjob's review


    Small, 60-watt all-tube amp that can single-handedly deliver more power into its speaker than many other amp heads with higher ratings. Despite the year of production, you can be sure it's made in the US, with a quality hardly seen today. You have an…

  • Fender Excelsior

    Fender Excelsior - "Perfect for me, yes!" has images


    All tube, cathode biased 6V6 pair, 2 12ax7s on the preamp side, 13 watts, 15" speaker, volume, vibrato and a bright/dark switch, 3 inputs: guitar, mic( lower gain input ) and accordion ( basically filtered somehow to give a "honkier" sort of sound. …

  • Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III

    Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III - "Big rig killer"


    The Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III is the brands newest addition to the Hot Rod series. The amp features 40 watts of 6l6 power coupled with an all 12ax7 preamp section. Fender has revoiced the drive sounds in the amp to make them more flexible and appeali…

  • Fender Vintage Reissue '59 Bassman LTD

    Fender Vintage Reissue '59 Bassman LTD - "Excellent reissue with modern construction techniques"


    Although the Bassman series dates back to 1952, The 5F6 Bassman circuit, introduced by Leo Fender in 1959 in 4x10 combo format, is widely considered to be the beginning of guitar amplification as we know it. As its name suggests, it was originally de…

  • Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

    Fender Hot Rod Deluxe - "Good clean channel, skip the overdrive."


    Fender has been the golden standard for guitar amplification for over 50 years. From the earliest RCA-inspired circuits to modern models like the Supersonic, Fender has been a prime player in the game every step of the way. The Hot Rod Deluxe was …