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Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb 22W Tube Guitar Amp Head
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Medium wattage, maximum tone.

A limited run of this special twist on a classic amp is now available while supplies last. This 22-watt '65 Deluxe Reverb head is perfect for rock, blues and country players seeking a fine moderate-power amp for stage and studio. The ideal companion to your favorite 8-ohm cabinet, it features a Deluxe Reverb chassis with dual channels (normal and vibrato), tube-driven vibrato and Fender reverb, two-button footswitch (reverb/vibrato on-off) and limited edition badge.

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb 22W Tube Guitar Amp Head Features:

  • Classic design
    Reverb and vibrato (foot-switchable)
    Thrilling tones
    Ruggedly built

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb 22W Tube Guitar Amp Head Specifications:

  • Model Name: '65 Deluxe Reverb Head, 120V
    Model Number: 0217400010
    Series: Limited Edition
    MSRP: $1359.99
    Color: Black
    Amplifier Type: Tube

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  • Makes your Guitars come alive!

    As reviewed by David on 3/21/2015

    I ordered mine up on the Web from the Tacoma store where excellent service and music fellowship is found. Go there, even if this amp is not what you want they will hook you up! This amp makes me wonder why there is no Twin Reverb Head. This amp may as well be a Twin Reverb head. Pure tube including a rectifier, preamp and power tubes producing the nicest cleans you've ever heard. This amp is LOUD and could be used for anything up to a stadium gig, then just mic it up. It keeps up just fine with a Marshall DSL40C and Egnater Renegade head. Hearing yourself over the drummer and bass player is no problem. Plenty of head room. Blows a Peavey VK 20 watt MH out of the water. Sounds as loud as 50 watt amp to me. I would prefer an OHM load switch in the back so you can use the cabs you have rather than having to find / use a single 8 ohm cab or dual 4 ohm cabs when using both parallel jacks. I think the head is more versatile than the combo because of the cab choice ability. Fortunately I have a bunch of 8 ohm cabs to play with. I use a 2x12 Tour Master cab and it sounds like a Twin. When I use a modified 410E cab I have it sounds like a Super Reverb or Bassman if you push it to distort. I have a single 12" Cannibus Rex homemade cab and the growl that produces rivals anything. I have an Eminence Legend 1518 15" Cab and through that it sounds like the old Twin Reverb 15" Combo or a Reverb Rocket. Some missing amp features are no FX loop, no MID EQ knob, no bright, no presence. Those missing features were not show stoppers for me. I changed the Jewel light to amber on mine and it looks better than your amp now. Totally happy I have this amp, easy to load and transport, sounds excellent good for anything if you have a good pedal board. Makes your Fender guitars come alive! I love the tremolo. So rich, lush, excellent.

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  • reviewed by one who has 8 amps

    As reviewed by Jerry on 11/14/2014

    Received the deluxe reverb and it sounds and responds so well to all situations. The reverb is totally the best out there, tremolo is also beyond any criticism. If your into tone and character of groove this is it.

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