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    Fender '57 Custom Champ 5W 1x8 Tube Guitar Amp
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    Fender '57 Custom Deluxe 12W 1x12 Tube Guitar Amp
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Good news, tweed fans: it's back! The original Fender tweed amplifiers from the 1950s were some of the most legendary combos ever produced, and authentic vintage articles are still sought-after today for their lyrical tone, outstanding dynamics and sheer versatility. But you don't need to hit up the antiques store or pay a fortune online to get your hands on that sweet sound - not when you can pick up a re-issue from this lineup of Fender '57 Custom amps. Built to accurately replicate the originals, these amplifiers come hand-wired with the iconic 5E and 5F-series circuits powered by 12AY7 and 12AX7 tubes to deliver every ounce of classic tone you'd expect from a tweed-era Fender amp.

Of course, not all genres or venues are created equal and you're probably looking for one that's a good match for your playing style and location. To that end, Fender offers the '57 Customs in a variety of sizes that should have you covered. For recording and small spaces where a big combo would be overkill, the compact Fender '57 Custom Champ 5W 1x8 Tube Guitar Amp is a great choice. From there you can upsize to 1x12 at 12W or 1x15 at 26W. Or maybe you're of the mind that two drivers are better than one? In that case, you can go big with the Fender '57 Custom Twin 40W 2x12 Tube Guitar Amp, sporting a pair of Eminence Alnico speakers.

When you're craving the sparkly cleans and creamy overdrive of a Fender tweed amp, you just can't beat the real thing - and although these Fender '57 Custom amps weren't built in the 1950s, they're so faithful that they might as well have been. Plus, you can expect better reliability from a brand-new amplifier, so you'll have the confidence to take the stage knowing your combo amp won't let you down. In fact, the only real drawback is that you might make your bandmates a little jealous - but you can't exactly help that, now, can you?
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