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  • nikolayu972nikolayu972

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    Fender Vibrolux Vintage - BrownPublished on 10/18/11 at 11:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    10 watts tube amp, HP 10 'Jensen, coating TWEED, three inputs, not outputs, preamp lamps: 2 X 12AX7, power: 2 X 6V6, 5Y3 rectified, tremolo, knobs 4 settings (volume, tone, and two other to adjust the vibrato)
    manufactured between 1954 and 1961.

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra simple, the tone is used to adjust the treble and bass, vibrato is set by two buttons, one for intensity and one for the power of the vibrato.

    SOUNDS

    It's really a vintage sound typical of the early Fender amps.
    Mine in 1958 and is original (except three CAP vibrato and HP remembranné).
    The amp super clear and pure, it is one of the best amps I've ever heard. I urge those who love the typical Fender 50s …
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    10 watts tube amp, HP 10 'Jensen, coating TWEED, three inputs, not outputs, preamp lamps: 2 X 12AX7, power: 2 X 6V6, 5Y3 rectified, tremolo, knobs 4 settings (volume, tone, and two other to adjust the vibrato)
    manufactured between 1954 and 1961.

    UTILIZATION

    Ultra simple, the tone is used to adjust the treble and bass, vibrato is set by two buttons, one for intensity and one for the power of the vibrato.

    SOUNDS

    It's really a vintage sound typical of the early Fender amps.
    Mine in 1958 and is original (except three CAP vibrato and HP remembranné).
    The amp super clear and pure, it is one of the best amps I've ever heard. I urge those who love the typical Fender 50s and 60.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year and I love it. The only thing I could blame him, is the lack of reverb but hey, we can not have everything.
    What is really significant is that it has three input, the less powerful to more powerful, and the first (strongest) allows the amplifier to saturate naturally when one goes up the volume, it really gives great sound, a natural crunch to fall.
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