What is your favorite Fender amp?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Sonic Reducer, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. Sonic Reducer

    Sonic Reducer Member

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    There is a Nissan Frontier commercial with a really cool song on it that has to be some type of Fender amp. It has that Indie rock n' roll type sound.

    It just got me thinking about how I never really owned any Fender type amps.

    What is your favorite?
     
  2. erksin

    erksin Member

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    1962/63 Bassman with Presence knob!
     
  3. riverastoasters

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  4. leofenderbender

    leofenderbender Supporting Member

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    Of those I've played, the Tone King Comet is the best Fender amp not made by Fender. :D
     
  5. guitarmook

    guitarmook Member

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    Tweed or Brown Pro.
     
  6. mkg

    mkg Member

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    '66 BFVR w/original Jensen C10Ps...loves all (well, both) my guitars (LP and Strat).
    :cool:
     
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  8. sanhozay

    sanhozay klon free since 2009 Silver Supporting Member

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    Carr Rambler

    Super Reverb 4x10
     
  9. Reeek

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    It has to be my 1969 JBL loaded Twin that was blackfaced by Uncle Spot. It's simply put, a pure amplifier IMHO. Running JAN Philips 7581A's and Mullard/RCA preamp tubes from KCA.
     
  10. VaughnC

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    If your lower back can handle it, a Super Reverb, with the right speakers, is pretty hard to beat....IMHO.
     
  11. mountain blues

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    Toss-up between the '62 Blonde Bassman and the Super Reverb.
     
  12. fast ricky love

    fast ricky love Supporting Member

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    1) Blackface Deluxe Reverb. Accept NO substitutes.

    2) Brownface Vibrolux.
     
  13. Onswah

    Onswah Member

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    I played a 1966 Vibrolux 2x10 with RCA tubes yesterday. I think it wins.:eek:
     
  14. fatback

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    Blackface Deluxe and Princeton Reverbs make Fatback a happy boy! Leo knew 6V6's!
     
  15. Seegs

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    So what are the right speakers...??

    Alnicos or Ceramics...??Original vintage or replacement speaks???

    I have heard some Supers sound great with ceramics until they were pushed beyond 6 when they got harsh...but have never played one with stock alnicos...

    Chow,
    Seegs
     
  16. gizmo

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    Hands down...my '61 brown Deluxe has the tone of the gods. Thick, creamy, rich tone at sane volume levels.
     
  17. aeolian

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    They're all so different, but I found a few stellar examples of the following ...

    Blackface Deluxe Reverb

    Blackface Vibroluxe Reverb

    Brown Concert

    Tweed Bassman

    Never heard a tweed Deluxe that floored me but I think the sound is in there somewhere. Going to try putting a kit together and playing with it when I get some time.
     
  18. tga-3

    tga-3 Supporting Member

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    +1 for Blonde Bassman.

    Happy Trails,
    Rick
     
  19. MojoHand

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    Tweed Deluxe
    Tweed Bandmaster
    Tweed Bassman
    Blackface Deluxe Reverb
    Blackface Super Reverb

    Are all great amps. If a had to pick one: BFDR best suits my needs (recording and jam sessions) today.
     
  20. Guitarzan

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    Blackface Super Reverb 1
    Brown Vibroverb 2
     

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