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Fender '65 Twin Reverb Limited Edition Guitar Combo Amplifier
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The king of the tone jungle just got a distinctive new look and sound! A true Fender classic prized by guitarists worldwide for decades and one of the greatest backline amps ever made. The mid-'60s Twin Reverb has seen action in every imaginable venue and remains indispensable to this day. Be it rock, blues, country, jazz or anything else, this is what clean electric guitar sounds like.

Unique features to this amp include: New British Tan covering, Wheat grille cloth, Amber jewel lamp. Also includes a "Limited Edition" FSR badge. Other Features include: Two Jensen C12K speakers, four 6L6 output tubes, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, two 12AT7 tubes, dual channels (normal and vibrato), tube-driven Fender reverb, tube vibrato, two-button footswitch for reverb and vibrato on-off. Limited to 92 units for the North America.

Features:

- British Tan vinyl covering
- Wheat grille cloth
- Amber Amp jewel
- Limited edition "badge"
- Amplifier Fitted Cover Included


Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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As one of Fender's recently re-issued Custom Series "silverface" amplifiers, the '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb guitar combo amp celebrates the landmark year when Fender brought the electric guitar amplifier into new sonic territory. Like the legendary original, this '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb delivers killer tube-driven tone and a truly classic look.

22 Watts Through a 12" Celestion Speaker

The '68 Custom Deluxe series has a single 12-inch Celestion that moves a little more air than the 10-inch speaker on the re-issued '68 Princeton Reverb. This makes the Deluxe as great for powerful solos as it is for chordal and rhythm parts. When you run it clean, it has a shimmer and clarity that is rich in color and overtones. When you push the gain, you'll immediately open up a world of crunch tone that sounds good no matter where you've got it set.

Four Discrete Inputs On Two Channels

The '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb is a true 2-channel amplifier, with "Custom" and "Vintage." Each section has two 1/4-inch inputs that can be used individually or in tandem, giving you a total of FOUR inputs on a single amplifier.

The "Custom" section keeps things no frills with Volume, Treble, and Bass knobs to shape your tone. Over in the "Vintage" section, things get interesting with Volume, Treble, Bass, and Reverb knobs. This amp also comes with a true tube-driven Tremolo section with Speed and Intensity controls.

All-Tube Complement

The '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb gets its unmistakable sound from 4 x 12AX7 and 2 X 12AT7 preamp tubes. 2 x 6V6 power tubes amplify this vintage sound to give you a notably powerful 22 watts of power. A single 12-inch Celestion G12V-70 moves plenty of air and completes the overall tonal equation of this amp. With its smaller size and manageable output, the '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb allows you to push the preamp as far as you like without becoming excessively loud.

Eternally Cool "Silverface" Design

1968 was also a year that Fender nailed a truly timeless aesthetic, creating a look that has stood the test of time. The black textured vinyl covering is contrasted with a silver-turquoise grille cloth that immediately achieves a classic look. Meanwhile, the famous aluminum drip edge grille cloth trim that looks as distinguished onstage as always. The blue jewel pilot light glows as beautifully as ever, while the skirted control knobs pop with their elegant nickel-plated caps.

Johnny K talks about the Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb in this zZounds' exclusive video:


Features:

- 1 x 12" Celestion G12V-70 Speaker
- Four x 1/4-inch Inputs (two per channel)
- Two 1/4-inch Parallel Speaker Jacks
- Volume, Treble, Bass controls on Custom Channel
- Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, and Intensity controls on Vintage Channel
- Tube-driven Reverb and Vibrato
- 8 Ohm nominal Impedance
- 4 x 12AX7 and 2 X 12AT7 Preamp Tubes
- 2 x 6V6 Power Tubes
- 1 x 5AR4 Rectifier Tube
- Black Textured Vinyl Covering with Silver-Turquoise Grille Cloth
- Blue Jewel Pilot Light
- 2-Button Footswitch Included
- Fitted Amplifier Cover Included
- Skirted Amp Knobs


Fender '68 Custom Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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The '68 Custom Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier is one of Fender's recently re-issued Custom Series "silverface" amplifiers. These amps celebrate the landmark year when Fender brought the electric guitar amplifier into new sonic territory with a tube-driven tone that has long since become legendary.

A Great Amp for Recording -- Just Like the Original

This amp's single 10-inch Celestion speaker delivers a tightly focused and manageable tone, that makes it easy to get a great sound in the studio from the moment you mic it up. When you want a clean sound, the '68 Custom Princeton Reverb presents a shimmering tone with lots of color and overtones. And when you push the gain a little further, you'll find plenty of compelling and musical crunch sounds to play with.

Two Inputs On One Channel

The '68 Custom Princeton Reverb is a single-channel amplifier with two 1/4-inch inputs that can be used individually or in tandem.

The Volume, Treble, and Bass knobs allow you to shape the overall contour of your tone, while the Reverb, Speed, and Intensity knobs allow you to dial up "wet" tones that range from surf and rockabilly to flat-out psychedelic and cosmic.

All-Tube Amplifier

The The '68 Custom Princeton Reverb gets its distinctive sound from 3 x 12AX7 and 1 X 12AT7 preamp tubes. 2 x 6V6 power tubes amplify this vintage sound to move 12 watts of power. The single 10-inch Celestion TEN 30 yields a super-manageable output, allowing you to push the preamp as far as you like without becoming too loud for studio work. With so much nuance in a small amp, you can explore a whole world of tonal range just adjusting the Volume knob.

Eternally Cool Design

1968 was also a year that Fender nailed a truly timeless aesthetic, creating a look that has stood the test of time. The black textured vinyl covering is contrasted with a silver-turquoise grille cloth that immediately achieves a classic look. Meanwhile, the famous aluminum drip edge grille cloth trim that looks as distinguished onstage as always. The blue jewel pilot light glows as beautifully as ever, while the skirted control knobs pop with their elegant nickel-plated caps.

Johnny K talks about the Fender '68 Custom Princeton Reverb in this zZounds' exclusive video:


Features:

- 3 x 12AX7 and 1 X 12AT7 Preamp Tubes
- 2 x 6V6 Power Tubes
- 1 x 5AR4 Rectifier Tube
- 1 x 10-inch Celestion TEN 30 Speaker
- 2 x 1/4-inch Inputs on one channel
- Tube-driven Reverb
- Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, and Intensity controls
- 8 Ohm nominal Impedance
- Black Textured Vinyl Covering with Silver-Turquoise Grille Cloth
- Blue Jewel Pilot Light
- Skirted Amp Knobs
- 2-Button Footswitch Included
- Fitted Amplifier Cover Included


Fender '68 Custom Twin Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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Head back to 1968 with the Fender '68 Custom Twin Reverb guitar combo amplifier! A re-issued Custom Series release of the famous "silverface" amplifier, today's '68 Custom Twin Reverb pays tribute to Fender's groundbreaking 1968 model. This Twin gives you all the tube-driven tone of the original -- plus a few modern mods.

See how zZounds Guitar Expert, Justin, achieves his tone:


Twin Powers, Activate: 85 Watts Through Two 12" Speakers

The '68 Custom Twin Reverb is distinguished by its two 12-inch Celestion speakers that move a powerful 85 watts of sound. This puts the power rating on this amp in the perfect "sweet spot" where it can be equally versatile for live and studio situations.

Shimmering Cleans and Classic Tube Crunch

The '68 Custom Twin Reverb has a pure and shimmering clean tone at the low end of the gain stage, but can get quite menacing once you open it up a bit. In addition to having far more power, this amp yields an overall lusher, richer sound than the '68 Custom Deluxe or the '68 Princeton Reverb re-issues.

Four Discrete Inputs On Two Channels

The '68 Custom Twin Reverb is a true 2-channel amplifier with "Custom" and "Vintage" sections. Each section has two 1/4-inch inputs that can be used individually or in tandem, giving you a total of FOUR inputs on this amp.

The "Custom" section has basic Volume, Treble, and Bass knobs to shape your perfect tube sound. Over in the "Vintage" section, you've got Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, and Intensity knobs to play with. These last three knobs allow you to control the legendary tube-driven Reverb and Tremolo sound that this amp is known for.

Tubes For Miles

The '68 Custom Twin Reverb gets its distinctive sound from 4 x 12AX7 and 2 X 12AT7 preamp tubes. 4 x 6V6 power tubes amplify this vintage sound push its notably loud 85 watts of power. The dual 12-inch Celestion G12V-70 speakers can deliver all the volume needed for more intimate and un-mic'd live situations, but also mic up beautifully in the studio when you want to capture the unique sound of this amp on record forever.

Eternally Cool "Silverface" Design

1968 was also definitely the year that Fender nailed a truly timeless aesthetic, creating a look that has stood the test of time. The black textured vinyl covering is contrasted with a silver-turquoise grille cloth that immediately achieves a classic look. Meanwhile, the famous aluminum drip edge grille cloth trim that looks as distinguished onstage as always. The blue jewel pilot light glows as beautifully as ever, while the skirted control knobs pop with their elegant nickel-plated caps.

Johnny K talks about Fender '68 Custom Twin Reverb in this zZounds' exclusive video:


Features:

- 4 x 12AX7 and 2 X 12AT7 Preamp Tubes
- 4 x 6V6 Power Tubes
- 2 x 12-inch Celestion G12V-70 Speakers
- 2 x 1/4-inch Inputs on EACH channel
- Tube-driven Reverb and Vibrato
- Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, and Intensity controls
- 8 Ohm nominal Impedance
- 2 x 1/4-inch Parallel Speaker Jacks
- Black Textured Vinyl Covering with Silver-Turquoise Grille Cloth
- Blue Jewel Pilot Light
- Skirted Amp Knobs
- 2-Button Footswitch Included
- Fitted Amplifier Cover Included


Fender '68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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1968 was a transitional year for Fender amps, with tone that was still pure Fender, but a look that was brand new. With a silver-and-turquoise front panel and classy aluminum "drip edge" grille cloth trim, the Vibrolux Reverb received a fresh face as it remained the compact, gig ready amp of choice for pros and amateurs everywhere. The 1968 Vibrolux Reverb featured a unique 2x10 speaker configuration, which delivered snappy twang and big tube tone, while still incorporating world-class Fender reverb and vibrato effects. For countless guitarists ever since, the Vibrolux Reverb has been the go-to amp for classic Fender tone.

Guitar Expert Justin demos the Fender '68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb Reissue:


The '68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb Amp pays tribute to the classic look, sound and performance of Fender's late-'60s "silver-face" amps. In a special twist, both channels boast reverb and tremolo, and the "custom" channel has a modified Bassman tone stack that gives modern players greater tonal flexibility with pedals. The amp also features quicker gain onset and reduced negative feedback for greater touch sensitivity. While fitting a sweet spot between the Deluxe Reverb and Twin Reverb, in respect to power and size, the '68 Custom Vibrolux Reverb's dual 10" Celestion TEN 30 configuration and 35 watts of all-tube power deliver distinctive rock 'n' roll flavor.

Check out our take on trying to nail Dick Dale's tone with this amp:


Features:

- Modified Vibrolux Reverb all-tube circuitry
- Shared reverb and tremolo on both channels
- "Vintage" channel for traditional silverface tonality
- Modified "Custom" channel with Bassman tone stack
- Reduced negative feedback for greater touch sensitivity
- Hand-wired tube sockets
- Custom-made Schumacher transformers (like the originals)
- Genuine Fender tube-driven spring reverb
- Genuine Fender tube-driven tremolo ("vibrato")
- 1968-style Silverface aluminum trim around silver-turquoise grille cloth


Fender Exclusive 65 Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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Fender's '65 Princeton Reverb "Fudge Brownie" FSR looks as delectable as it sounds, with the distinctive look of rich brown textured vinyl covering, wheat grille cloth and a brown control panel. With 15 watts of power and a single 10" Jensen speaker, it's easily versatile enough to go from the living room to the recording studio to the gig with the great sound, style, reliability and authentic vintage vibe that Fender players know and love. It's a terrific performer, ideal for anyone who wants top-notch tube tone, naturally dynamic clean and overdriven sound, unmistakable Fender reverb and vibrato, and a deliciously one-of-a-kind look.

Ryan Adams tries out the Fender Princeton Reverb:


Features:

- 12 watts
- 10" Jensen P10Q speaker
- Single channel and dual inputs
- Long-spring Fender reverb and tube tremolo ("vibrato")
- Brown vinyl covering with wheat grille cloth and "Limited Edition" badge


Fender Exclusive Limited Edition '65 Deluxe Reverb Fudge Brownie Guitar Combo Amplifier
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Looking for an amp that has a sweet and chewy tone? Well, this 22-watt '65 Deluxe Reverb amp in Brown covering with a Brown faceplate and a wheat grille cloth is perfect for rock, country or blues players who want a moderately powered amp they can crank up at the gig or in the studio. Combine that with the crunchy goodness of a Jensen P12Q alnico speaker and you've got some sonic sweetness on your hands!

Unique features to this amp include: Classic Brown vinyl covering, Brown faceplate, Wheat grille cloth and a 12 inch 8-ohm Jensen P12Q speaker for sparkling, articulate cleans and growling alnico crunch. Also includes a 'Limited Edition' FSR badge.

Features:

- Classic Brown vinyl covering with brown faceplate and wheat grille cloth
- 12 inch 8-ohm Jensen P12Q speaker
- Dual 6V6 output tubes, one 5AR4 rectifier tube, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, and two 12AT7 tubes
- Dual channels (normal and vibrato)
- Tube-driven Fender reverb
- Tube vibrato
- Two-button footswitch for reverb and vibrato on-off


Fender Limited Edition '65 Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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Brown faux-tooled leather vinyl covering, Wheat grille cloth and a Celestion Greenback speaker set this limited-edition amp apart! The new 65 Princeton Reverb Amp offers todays players all of the great tone and dynamics of the original¦in an affordable, roadworthy reissue. The robust 15-Watt platform is a wise choice for creating tube tone in a small space, and even provides enough output for small gigs and rehearsals. Unique features to this amp include:. Also includes Special Edition badge.

The legendary Fender Princeton Reverb Amp of the 1960s was small, light, and moderately powered. Though intended for practice situations, the Princeton was capable of big tube tone, and Fenders world class Reverb and Vibrato effects were the icing on the cake. From its inception ˜til today, countless guitarists have chosen it as their go-to studio amp, crafting signature sounds with a stomp box or two feeding a simple miked-up Princeton. Today, original Princeton Reverb amps are prized collectibles, and becoming harder to find.


Fender Limited Edition '65 Twin Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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The Limited Edition Blonde/Wheat Fender '65 Twin Reverb delivers that timeless tone and expression with a vintage aesthetic. The Fender Limited Edition 65 Twin Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier offers 2x12 inch Jensen Speakers that push 85 watts and a tube driven vibrato and reverb and provides the player with an authentic reproduction of the original Twin reverb with incredible cleans and a gain that will blow your mind.

Fender has been making great amps for over 50 years and over the years a few models have surfaced as classics, cornerstones of the industry, historic instruments in thier own right. The Fender 65 Twin Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier was one of these instruments. To accurately recreate the tone of an original '65 Twin Reverb, Fender went right back to the original schematics, original parts (even original vendors when possible) and started making the amps again.

Features:

- Limited Edition Blonde/Wheat Aesthetic
- 85-watts of all tube, clean and fat tone
- Four 6L6 Groove Tubes output tubes, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, two 12AT7 preamp tubes
- Tube driven reverb and vibrato
- Two 12 inch 8-ohm Jensen C-12K speakers
- Dual channels (normal and vibrato)
- Fender reverb and vibrato controlled by the included two-button on-off footswitch
- Tilt-back legs, blond textured vinyl covering and wheat grille cloth


Fender Limited Edition 65 British Green Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier
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The new Fender Limited Edition 65 British Green Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier offers today's players all of the great tone and dynamics of the original... in an affordable, roadworthy reissue. The legendary Fender Princeton Reverb Amp of the 1960s was small, light, and moderately powered. Though intended for practice situations, the Princeton was capable of big tube tone, and Fender's world class Reverb and Vibrato effects were the icing on the cake. From its inception 'til today, countless guitarists have chosen it as their go-to studio amp, crafting signature sounds with a stomp box or two feeding a simple miked-up Princeton. Today, original Princeton Reverb amps are prized collectibles, and becoming harder to find. The robust 15-Watt platform is a wise choice for creating tube tone in a small space, and even provides enough output for small gigs and rehearsals. Unique features to this amp include: Emerald Green covering, Wheat grille cloth, and Celestion Greenback 12" speaker. Also includes Special Edition badge.

Features

- British Racing Green Textured Vinyl Covering with Wheat Grille Cloth
- 1-12" Celestion Greenback, 8ohm, 25 watt Speaker with Ceramic Magnet


Fender Vintage Reissue '65 Deluxe Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier (22 Watts, 1x12")
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The '65 Deluxe Reverb is an absolute Fender classic. Built with an all-tube signal path, the Deluxe Reverb Reissue gushes with vintage Fender tone, pushing out enough power for small to mid-sized venues. The '65 Deluxe Reverb captures all the magic of a genuine '60s Fender tube amp, providing the lush tonal landscape that's made this a go-to studio amp for decades.

Hear some of the '65 Deluxe Reverb's tones in these video demos from Fender:






Pure Tube Power and Tone

This Fender combo abounds with warm, dense tone thanks to its all-tube signal path. With two 6V6 output tubes, one 5AR4 rectifier tube, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, and a pair of 12AT7s all pushing a 12-inch Jensen speaker, this amp overflows with vintage tube flavor. Using the normal channel, the simple warm textures are ideal for gigging jazz players. There's also plenty of potential for some genuine tube overdrive, and this amp is ripe for classic rock and bluesy breakup. With such ample tube tone covering so many styles and sounds, it's little wonder how many pro rigs feature the Deluxe Reverb as their centerpiece.

Vintage Fender Effects

In today's world of dizzying digital multi-effects, it's easy to forget the simple goodness of tube-driven reverb and analog vibrato. The '65 Deluxe features an onboard reverb channel just like the classic Fender amps of the '60s. Think of the echoey tones of '60s surf rock -- it was a Fender reverb amps providing those deep, cavernous textures. The '65 Deluxe Reverb also includes pure analog vibrato with independent speed and intensity controls, and a two-button foot-switch to control both effects.

Features:

- Two 6V6 output tubes, one 5AR4 rectifier tube, four 12AX7 preamp tubes, a pair of 12AT7 tubes -- all-tube power and tone
- 12-inch 8 ohm Jensen speaker (model C-12K) or (P12Q on Limited Edition Blonde and Wheat Model)
- Dual channel operation (clean and vibrato)
- Classic Fender tube-driven reverb and tube vibrato
- Two-button footswitch to control reverb and vibrato
- Vintage Fender looks with black vinyl covering and silver grille cloth


Fender Vintage Reissue '65 Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier (15 Watts, 1x10")
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You've heard the Fender '65 Princeton Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier before. Lots of times, probably! It has appeared on literally thousands of classic recordings and has come to define one of the most essential sounds for electric guitarists.

Ryan Adams tries out the Fender Princeton Reverb:


Low Wattage Means Superior Tonal Control

The Fender'65 Princeton Reverb is a distinctly low-output amp, pushing 15 watts through a single 10-inch speaker. This makes it perfect for playing at home or in small, intimate live situations. Moreover, it makes it perfect for the recording studio, where you can crank up the Volume knob and summon forth the true all-tube tone -- without deafening yourself or your engineers.

Legendary All-Tube Circuit

The heart of the Fender '65 Princeton Reverb is the tube complement, which includes 3 x 12AX7s, 1 x 12AT7, 2 x 6V6s, and 1 x 5AR4 rectifier tube. Seven tubes to move 15 watts? That's why it sounds so sweet.

True Reverb

Of course, the equation wouldn't be complete without the Princeton's legendary Spring Reverb and Vibrato. These are the tones that you'll recognize the first time you plug it in: vintage modulations through and through, with tons of shimmer and character.

Hello Mr. Jensen!

The speaker inside stays true to vintage specs as well. Here you'll find a Jensen C10R, 8 ohm, 40 watt Speaker with a ceramic magnet. By employing a speaker with more than enough power rating to handle the output of the power amp, you're left with a speaker that can do a supreme job at reproducing the great tone of the amp.

C'mon, Don't Get an Old One

You could buy a janky old Fender '65 at a vintage shop and pay twice as much -- or you can get a new one, right out of the box, and enjoy it for many years to come.

Features

- 1 x 8 ohm 10-inch 40-watt 8 ohm Jensen C10R transducer
- 1 x Channel input
- Blackface Control Panel
- Six Silver-Top Numbered Knobs
- Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, Intensity knobs
- Black Tolex Covering
- Classic Silver Grille Cloth
- Cover and 2-Button Footswitch (Reverb and Vibrato) Included

For that vintage vibe, it's hard to top a Princeton Reverb. From the living room to the recording studio to the live gig, its tone does the talking!


Fender Vintage Reissue '65 Super Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier (45 Watts, 4x10")
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Every guitarist should have the chance to plug into a Fender '65 Super Reverb Vintage Reissue guitar combo amplifier. This amp not only produces the lush, classic tones that have appeared on thousands of legendary recordings over the last several decades -- it's also simply a joy to play with. In many ways, it's an instrument in its own right!

Perfect Power Rating For Multiple Applications

At 45 watts (at 2 ohms), the Super Reverb is ideal for performing un-miked in small clubs or venues. It also mics up easily in live situations where you've got a bigger mix running to house mains. Above all, however, the '65 Super Reverb Vintage Reissue is beloved in the studio, where its manageable output power keeps it from hitting ear-damaging volumes. All the tone you need -- none of the volume you don't.

The All-Tube Design of the Original Super Reverb

The Fender '65 Super Reverb Vintage Reissue is faithful to the specs of the original Super Reverb and reproduces the all-tube circuitry to the letter. Inside you'll find 2 x 6L6 Groove Tube output tubes, a 5AR4 rectifier tube, 4 x 12AX7 preamp tubes, and 2 x 12AT7 tubes. It might seem like more than enough tube for "only" 40 watts -- but as you delve further and further into its tonal capabilities, you'll come to appreciate this circuit design more and more.

Two Footswitchable Channels

You'll find 4 instrument inputs on the front panel (2 x Normal and 2 x Vibrato), each connecting to its own foot-switchable channel.

Glorious, Glorious Knobs

Tone tweaking controls are abundant on the '65 Super Reverb Vintage Reissue. On the Normal channel you'll find a Bright Switch, along with Volume, Treble, and Bass knobs. On the Vibrato channel you've got a Bright Switch as well, and Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, and Reverb controls.

Spring For It

The reverb on this amp is no joke -- it gives you the classic tube-driven Fender reverb tone that made these amps legendary to begin with! The Vibrato is tube-buffered as well, giving it a super warm and complex sound.

The 4 x 10 Advantage

The Fender '65 Super Reverb gives moves its 40 watts evenly through the 4 x 10-inch 8-ohm Jensen P10R speakers with alnico magnets.

Looks Cool as Hell

The styling on this baby is classic all the way, with black textured vinyl covering and a silver grille cloth. And for some reason, it looks twice as cool when you've got it sitting back on its tilt-back legs.

Features:

- Tube-Driven Spring Reverb
- Tube Vibrato
- 4 X 12AX7s
- 2 X 12AT7s
- 2 X 6L6s
- 1 X 5AR4 Rectifier
- 2-Button Footswitch
- Standby Switch
- Baltic Birch Plywood Cabinet
- 4 x 10 Jensen P-10R Alnico speakers
- Black Textured Vinyl
- Silver Grille Cloth
- 2-Button Footswitch (Reverb and Vibrato) Included


Fender Vintage Reissue '65 Twin Reverb Guitar Combo Amplifier (85 Watts, 2x12")
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First released nearly 60 years ago, the Fender Twin Reverb is simply one of the finest guitar amps ever made. From its superlative clean tone to its great spring reverb, the Twin has made itself a classic among guitarists from all walks of music. Current users of the Fender Twin include Buddy Guy, Sonic Youth, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Fall Out Boy, The National, Los Lonely Boys, The Maine, and The Black Angels, speaking to the Fender Twin's awesome versatility in genres as diverse as blues, pop-punk, noise, and psych-rock.

Rocker's Swiss Army Knife

The Twin is Fender's flagship amp -- the definitive amp from Fullerton since its introduction alongside the Stratocaster in 1952. Since then, it's gone through dozens of changes while being featured on stages all over the world. The '65 Classic Reissue Twin is a recreation of perhaps the most beloved version -- the Blackface Twin Reverb first released in 1963. The '65 Reissue gives you the tools to succeed in just about any genre. Its legendary clean sound is often imitated but never surpassed, and its 85 watts of power make it usable on just about any stage. The '65 Twin Reverb has a creamy tone that breaks up nicely, courtesy of the 4 6L6 power tubes and 6 preamp tubes. With this all-tube amp using a pair of 12 inch Jensen C-12K speakers, the resulting tone has the distinct ring of rock and roll history.

Hear the classic tones of the '65 Twin Reverb in these videos from Fender:





Hartke ACR5 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier with Chorus and Reverb
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Hartke's ACR5 is a lightweight 50-watt acoustic guitar amplifier that projects the natural sound of your instrument, while providing versatility for practice and performance. Featuring a 6.5" woofer and 1" tweeter, the ACR5's dual-channel design offers a 3-band EQ on each channel, feedback control, and reverb/chorus effects for both guitar and vocals.

Defined Tone

Powered by an efficient 50-watt amplifier, the ACR5 is ideal for open mic nights at small venues. Its 6.5" woofer and 1" soft dome tweeter faithfully reproduce the natural tonal characteristics of your instrument, while the 3-band EQs and 24-bit reverb/chorus effects expand sonic possibilities.

Performance Ready

Highly portable, the ACR5 features a low-profile design that weighs only 25 pounds. Its onboard tuner makes for quick and easy tuning adjustments, even on dark stages, while a footswitch input provides additional convenience. The ACR5 also fights feedback by quickly isolating offending frequencies with a provided Notch filter with variable sweep control.

Feature Packed

From portable projection to high-quality recordings, the ACR5 is more than just an acoustic guitar amplifier. Its dedicated Mic/Line channel is ideal for singer-songwriters, while a balanced XLR output enables the use of the ACR5's preamp for direct recording or seamless sound system integration. And a dedicated Contour switch provides an ideal mid-EQ shape for acoustic-electric guitars.

Features:

- Lightweight acoustic guitar amplifier that weighs 25lb
- Dual-channel design ideal for singer-songwriters
- 3-band EQ and chorus/reverb effects on each channel
- 50 watts of power
- 6.5" woofer, 1" tweeter
- Variable Notch filter for feedback control
- Contour EQ shape button
- Balanced XLR direct output for recording
- 1/4" (Guitar) and XLR/1/4" (Mic/Line) combo inputs
- Stereo 1/4" and 1/8" Aux inputs for line level devices
- 1/4" headphone output
- Onboard guitar tuner
- Footswitch jack
- Molded strap carry handle


Mad Professor 1 Distortion with Reverb Pedal
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The "1" pedal from Mad Professor combines distortion and reverb to provide the sought-after "brown sound" of the late '70s and early '80s. With intense drive, high definition and a built-in reverb to add ambience and depth, this truly is the one to deliver one of the most legendary guitar tones to ever come out of an amplifier.

Controls for Reverb, Brown, Level and Presence let you shape the 1's sound to fit your style perfectly.

"1"'s gain ranges from medium to very heavy distortion. The amount can be easily controlled via the volume control of your guitar (input impedance is set to facilitate this, and is somewhat negated if a buffer or buffered effect is used ahead of "1"). The Brown knob controls the amount and harmonic overtones of the distortion. Getting the exact tonal quality is the key to this legendary sound and "1"'s Brown and Presence controls help it appropriately interface with a wide variety of pickups and amplifiers. "1" has a build in Reverb circuit with a Level control for setting the ambience. The sound is modeled after the studio reverb found on classic recordings from the 70's. The decay time is preset so as not to mess the rhythm of your playing. The preset decay time and tone can be modified with trimmers inside the pedal.

Features:

- Delivers the sought-after "brown sound" of the late '70s
- Volume: Sets the output level of pedal
- Brown: Controls the distortion and the sizzling highs
- Presence: Adjusts frequencies similar to the Presence control on an amplifier
- Reverb: Sets the "wet" level of the Reverb


Marshall JCM900 4100 Dual Reverb Guitar Amplifier Head (100 Watts)
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Another player's favorite, the JCM900 4100 all-valve 100 watt Marshall head is available once again. Known for its great tone and reliability, the JCM900 range has won many fans with its incredibly versatility.

Channel voice has been voiced for a sparkling clean on lower gain settings, building up to raunchy crunch when driven hard. Channel B takes off from where Channel A finishes with acute use of the Gain and EQ controls, you will achieve a perfect sound for any lead tone from silky smooth to searing saturation. As well as having separate gain controls, each channels has its own master section containing controls for Master Volume and Master Reverb.

A Series Effects Loop with levels control lets you connect and match either floor pedals for rack effects. Whatever style of rock you play, the 4100 will give you tonal flexibility without compromise.


Orange Crush 20RT Guitar Combo Amplifier with Reverb
List Price: $229.00
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Forget any preconceived notions of practice amps. Made in Orange's state of the art factory the Crush range sets a high standard for quality, introducing players of all levels to the essence of Orange.

For 2015 the Crush series has been completely overhauled. Orange's mission was to not to reinvent the wheel, but to buck the trend - you won't find any sterile digital amp modelling here. Building on the huge success of their critically acclaimed Crush Pro models, they've introduced the same high gain, 4 stage preamp design into the Crush range.

This means responsive overdrive and detailed levels of saturation never before heard in a practice amplifier. Powerful analogue circuits create amps with 'gut punch' tones which react like their bigger brothers in the Orange family, whilst their CabSim feature faithfully emulates the muscle of an Orange 4x12" cabinet through the headphone output.

The Crush 20RT builds on Crush 20's twin channel tonal platform and feature layout with the addition of lush digital spring reverb and onboard chromatic tuner. Create huge dreamy reverb trails perfect for soundscape effects or add subtle hints to make your lead lines shine through. The high gain, 4 stage preamp design serves up a hugely versatile palette of rich distorted tones with a commanding delivery that belies the amp's modest footprint.

Features:

- Footswitchable channels
- Analogue signal path
- CabSim loaded headphone output
- High gain, 4 stage preamp
- 20 Watts
- Digital spring reverb
- Onboard chromatic tuner


Orange Crush 35RT Guitar Combo Amplifier with Reverb
List Price: $319.00
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Forget any preconceived notions of practice amps. Made in Orange's state-of-the-art factory, the Crush range sets a higher standard for quality, introducing players of all levels to the essence of Orange.

For 2015, the Crush series has been completely overhauled. Orange's mission was to not to reinvent the wheel, but to buck the trend -- you won't find any sterile digital amp modelling here. Building on the huge success of their critically acclaimed Crush Pro models, they've introduced the same high gain, 4 stage preamp design into the Crush range.

This means responsive overdrive and detailed levels of saturation never before heard in a practice amplifier. Powerful analogue circuits create amps with 'gut punch' tones which react like their bigger brothers in the Orange family, whilst their CabSim feature faithfully emulates the muscle of an Orange 4x12" cabinet through the headphone output.

The Crush 35RT brings the legendary Orange sound to the rehearsal room. Sharing the Crush 20RT's twin channel design, digital reverb, chromatic tuner and CabSim, the Crush 35RT's larger size and bigger output section delivers even greater punch and volume. Complete with a transparent, fully buffered effects loop this amp goes way beyond the call of the traditional 'practice' amplifier.

Guitar Expert Justin demonstrates the big sound you can get out of the overhauled Orange Crush 35RT:


Features:

- Footswitchable channels
- Analogue signal path
- CabSim loaded headphone output
- Transparent fully buffered effects loop
- High-gain, 4-stage preamp
- 35 Watts


Quilter 101 Mini Guitar Amplifier Head with Reverb
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With its built-in digital reverb, expanded control set with Bass, Mid, and Treble and a built-in FX Loop, the Quilter 101 steps out from a supporting role for your pedals and into the limelight as a full featured guitar head!

Featuring an interesting new take on the usual three-knob EQ section, the Bass and Treble controls use traditional "tone stack" technology, yielding a familiar bright chime based on 50 years of tradition, while the active Mid control provides a more strongly voiced cut/boost function for increased versatility. Increasing the Mid control boosts the frequencies that give an aggressive "D-Style" bite to the sound, while decreasing Mid brings out that familiar clean-60's Blackface tone.

Weighing the same 2 pounds as its little brother, the 101 Reverb is so light you'll think we forgot to put the guts in! Even with the same compact footprint, it has more than enough power to bring any cabinet to life.

The 101 Reverb carries forward all the tone and power you've come to expect, while forging new sonic territory. Unlike last-generation solid state technologies, Quilter amplifiers have enormous internal headroom far above their published rated power. This means you get extra voltage swing, huge transients, and more importantly, the feel and harmonic content that usually requires glowing bottles.

Turn the Master way down, or plug in your headphones and keep it totally quiet, as you work on your music late into the evening. The 101 Reverb is the perfect missing link between your effects and your speaker cab.

Backed by an industry-leading warranty, Quilter amplifiers are setting new standards in performance amplification. Your new Quilter 101 Reverb will be far more reliable than any traditional technology. Quilter amplifiers are committed to ensuring you get the most from your tone - every gig, every song, every time.

Features:

- Digital reverb
- 50 watts of "FullQ" power
- Gain, Limiter, Bass, Mid, Treble, Reverb, & Master controls
- 1/4" high impedance input jack
- Effects Loop: 1/4" Send and Return jacks
- 1/4" Headphone jack for quiet practice
- Dual 1/4" speaker outputs for variable loads 16 to 4 ohms
- Standard IEC power cable (non locking)
- Universal power supply - automatically works anywhere in the world
- Ultra compact (roughly the size of a double wide effects pedal)
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