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In 1993 Fender released the Blues series amps to great success and acclaim. These modern versions of vintage Fender amps from the '50s customized those designs with channel switching and reverb while ... Click To Read More About This Product

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In 1993 Fender released the Blues series amps to great success and acclaim. These modern versions of vintage Fender amps from the '50s customized those designs with channel switching and reverb while retaining the vintage style and tone. When the series was updated, the extremely popular Hot Rod series was born and became a new standard in tube amplification. Now Fender has brought back the Blues designs to satisfy the increasing number of enthusiasts who continue to request the warm tone, unique circuitry, and vintage-style features and look of the original versions.

The Blues Deluxe Reissue, a re-interpretation of the classic Deluxe amp with a tube complement of 3 - 12AX7s and 2 - 6L6s produces 40W into a 12" Eminence special-design speaker with an all-tube preamp and power amp. It has Normal and Drive channels with independent Gain and Master for the Drive channel and a Bright switch for Normal channel. It also has an effects loop, reverb, presence, master volume, 3-band EQ, and Standby switch. Original Blues series styling includes a chrome control panel, vintage chicken-head knobs, and, of course, genuine tweed covering.

Features

All-tube preamp and power amp
40W
12" special-design Eminence speaker
Dual selectable channels (Normal and Drive)
Independent Gain and Master controls in the Drive channel
Bright switch for Normal channel
Effects loop
Reverb
Chrome panel
Vintage chicken-head knobs
Controls: Presence, Reverb, Master, Middle, Bass, Treble, Drive select switch, Drive, Volume, Bright, Standby
Genuine tweed covering
Tube complement: 3 x 12AX7, 2 x 6L6, SS rectifier
Includes footswitch
23-1/2"W x 18-3/4"H x 10-1/2"D
45 lbs.
Specifications
Dimensions: 23-1/2"W x 18-3/4"H x 10-1/2"D
Weight: 45 lb.
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FenderBlues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp
 
4.6

(based on 53 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound (7)
  • Warm / comfy (7)
  • Good power output (6)
  • Easy to use (5)
  • Portable (5)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Home studio (6)
  • Performances (6)
  • Professional recording (5)
  • Outdoor events / games (4)
  • Amateur recording (3)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very Fine Amp

I have a Fender NOS Blues Jr. I read reviews of that amp that mentioned "boxy", but "good practice amp". Well, I had the same opinion...Read complete review

I have a Fender NOS Blues Jr. I read reviews of that amp that mentioned "boxy", but "good practice amp". Well, I had the same opinion of the Blues Jr. Plus I wasn't happy with the reverb. I looked around for a replacement. I spent several months researching the internet, going to different stores, etc. I had always noticed the Blues Deluxe but thought I could find something a little better for the same money or slightly more. Well, I decided to take the plunge. I brought it home and played my fairly new Gibson ES335 through it for a couple days. Impressive. Good tone, clear, not boxy, very good dirty channel. THEN I pluggged my Clapton Signature Blackie in and OMG!!!! I am in love!!! These two were made for each other. The only other amp I have had at home was an old Peavy 110 Envoy then the Blues Jr. so I don't have a lot of experience with other amps at home, but I am very happy with my purchase!!. The tones I hear through the Blues Deluxe are very pleasing. I don't know how I could be happier. OK, it is loud, but you have to actually play this amp. You have to use the volume control on your pedals and guitar. Just like how the old guys did 40 years ago. And we all love that sound!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

They don't make them like they used to.

I owned 4 different Fender Amps from 1967 to 1995. Used them hard and all performed great with zero problems. I decided to purchase a new Blues Deluxe for my home studio because of...Read complete review

I owned 4 different Fender Amps from 1967 to 1995. Used them hard and all performed great with zero problems. I decided to purchase a new Blues Deluxe for my home studio because of the great clean, warm sound. I used it lightly for a few weeks and all at once it stopped working...it powered up but zero sound. Guitar Center replaced it, fortunately, and now I am on my second with my fingers crossed. I felt compelled to purchase an additional warranty, something I am loath to do.

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(42 of 46 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Packs a punch - perfect for a wide array of venues

By coolwhip

from Dallas, TX

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

This amp is a great amp for entering the tube realm, as it has it all - volume, great distortion, the fender name, looks... I have used one of these for a classic rock band for the past couple of months, and it has been going strong the whole time. It can handle excruciatingly loud clubs as well as quiet church-type settings. And it sounds so amazingly warm... This amp is a killer deal for someone looking to upgrade from that 12", 15W practice amp and get something that will last.

(40 of 42 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Fine Amp

By Steve

from Morristown, TN

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I have a Fender NOS Blues Jr. I read reviews of that amp that mentioned "boxy", but "good practice amp". Well, I had the same opinion of the Blues Jr. Plus I wasn't happy with the reverb. I looked around for a replacement. I spent several months researching the internet, going to different stores, etc. I had always noticed the Blues Deluxe but thought I could find something a little better for the same money or slightly more. Well, I decided to take the plunge. I brought it home and played my fairly new Gibson ES335 through it for a couple days. Impressive. Good tone, clear, not boxy, very good dirty channel. THEN I pluggged my Clapton Signature Blackie in and OMG!!!! I am in love!!! These two were made for each other. The only other amp I have had at home was an old Peavy 110 Envoy then the Blues Jr. so I don't have a lot of experience with other amps at home, but I am very happy with my purchase!!. The tones I hear through the Blues Deluxe are very pleasing. I don't know how I could be happier. OK, it is loud, but you have to actually play this amp. You have to use the volume control on your pedals and guitar. Just like how the old guys did 40 years ago. And we all love that sound!

(31 of 31 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Awesome Amp

By Darren

from Pittsburgh, PA

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I've had this amp now for 2 years and I'm still amazed at the tone every time I plug in. I've been playing guitar for about 10 years now and have had numerous amps but this is absolutely the best amp I've ever owned by far. The tone is amazing for blues and classic rock. I use an American telecaster through it and it mimics Keith Richards or early Eric Clapton perfectly. The built in Reverb on the amp is incredible also, far better than any reverb effect you could get from a pedal. It's also very loud for a 40 watt amp, easily loud enough for medium to large gigs. The only knock on it I can even find is you don't get much overdrive alone on the amp, so I wouldn't use this for heavy metal or anything, it's a blues/hard rock amp. As for the overdrive, I solved it by running an MXR GT-OD overdrive pedal and now it sounds incredible. If you like classic hard rock or blues, you have to get this amp, it has some of the best tone I've ever heard anywhere.

(21 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Chicken Pickin Heaven

By J.R.

from Dallas, TX

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I bought this amp because my Vibro-King was just too much amp for most shows. This smaller guy has the same tone, the same oomph, at half the size and weight. You don't get all the bass response that the vibro-king's 3 10" speakers give you, but honestly that amp was almost TOO bassy. I run the clean channel with a sparkle drive for clean overdrive, a boss cs2 compression, and a little slapback echo from a Carbon Copy delay. This amp absolutely RINGS with my telecasters. A very chimy, harmonic squeeze that sizzles brings out chicken pickin and country leads like nobody's business. It's exactly the tone I've been looking for.

(19 of 27 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

THEY DO IT AGAIN

By MONK

from Grapevine, TX

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I love this amp. The Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue is a little piece of heaven. It just makes playing my Gibson SG that much more fun. I would most definately suggest this amp to anyone who plays guitar. It doesnt have that many flaws, the only one I can think of, is the musician on a budget, although its not to expensive, its not cheep. GO GET IT! Fender doesnt dissapoint, they do it again with this reissue.

(18 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fender Blues Deluxe (reissue)

By grand n

from Denver, Colorado

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

A great amp with fantastic sound.This amp gets very loud with great tone. For playing in the house I turn down the volume on the amp useing the clean channel and attach a Boss DS1 to play at lower volume levels.With this set up,try playing a Gibson Les Paul through it.Fantastic sound.This amp does not disapoint.I highly recommend this amp.

(17 of 41 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue review

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I bought this amp to get a clean fendery SRV sound that would overdrive slightly when pushed hard and then I could use a tubescreamer to get a good lead sound. However it is completely unusable if you want a clean sound at a decent volume because it breaks up far too early for any clean rythm work. The overdrive sound is good but not great and is far too trebly on the bridge pickup of a strat. These reissues sound nowhere near as good as original fenders. It is a shame that as time moves forward, tone gets worse, it should get better! Decent amp for overdriven power blues but no clean tone unless you are playing it very quietly. You get what you pay for - this amp is cheaper and not as good as more expensive ones.

(17 of 24 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Awesome Amp

By HAKU__Yuugen_no_Hito

from San Jose, CA

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

Now, I don't own this particular amp. I own the ORIGINAL, Made in USA Blues-Deluxe, not this reissue, but it's the same exact thing. Now, I'm a metalhead, and i love speed metal. This amp was passed down to me from my dad, along with his Gibson Les Paul electric. now at first go, I wasn't all too happy. I liked amps with heavy distortion, and this one didn't cut it. It was made for blues, and I just don't play blues. However, when I bought a stompbox (The MT-2 Metal Zone by BOSS), and i plugged it into this amp, I was totally blown away. This amp can, and will give great sound to anything, given the right equiptment. I almost sold it off, but I'm glad I didn't. Now, whenever I jam with friends, I always drown them out, because this amp's also very loud, and it's not just the pedal doing it. This amp is ideal for anyone playing any genre, who want a tube-amp.

(17 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I'm in love!

By Bill Haegele

from Centreville,VA

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I bought the BDRI at GC's 4th of July sale. The tone is fantastic and the clean channel is awsome. The drive channel is very good. At lower settings it has a very nice sustain. It won't get real crunchy, but throw a Blues Driver at it and watch out! As others have said, this amp is LOUD! To compensate for that when playing at home I plug into input #2 which has a 6 dB pad at the input. You can then turn the volume controls up to a setting where the amp is happy without blowing the walls out.

(15 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Reissues Rock!

By Rich

from Pittsburgh

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I'm not a huge Fender amp fan, but I must admit that I love this amp. Very simplistic... you won't get a Zakk Wylde tone out of it, but you get a warm, rich tube sound at any volume. Add an American Strat and you have the makings of anything from the early SRV/ZZ Top catalog. Also, this amp is plenty loud... you may even have trouble getting the tubes to break up at practice-level volumes without disturbing your neighbors. Tweed cover and chicken-head knobs are fantastic looking. Like everything else Fender makes, it appears to be well made. Highly recommended for blues rock.

(9 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Classic Styling and Sound

By envysound

from Chicago, IL

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I own this amp and could not be happier. I've had quite a few tube and solid state amps in the past and this one is by far my favorite. The styling is awesome and the tone is too. That being said, this amp is not for everyone. If you like super heavy tone look at others. This amp is designed to deliever a more classic overdriven sound. It is perfect for "classic" rock tone and suits indie material perfectly. If you are a metal head this amp is not right for you.

(7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Blues Deluxe Reissue 40 Watts

By timclark64

from North East, Maryland

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

This 40 watt amp delivers great warm tube tone. Loud? That's an understatment. I play a G&L Custum shop and a Gibson Les Paul with this amp and couldn't ask for a better or warmer sound from an amp. This amp is Great for the blues, country or rock player. The Tweed cover and the chicken knobs are a added bonus. all in all this amp looks and sound great.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tone, Plenty of Volume, minor issue...

By sumpthincookin

from Long Beach, CA

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I bought this amp from GC 10 years ago. It's been a great amp. It takes a few months to break in the speaker, they're a little harsh at first. It ages well and the tone gets better as long as you use decent tubes. Fender screwed up and used a linear taper pot on the master volume. It was either too loud or too soft. Blackie Pagano of Tubesville changed the pot for me and works as it should. Now I get great tones at any volume. Check the volume adjustments at GC before you buy and you'll be good to go. I have over 15 amps, and this is one of my top 3. Great tone, plenty loud, easy to carry, and it has longevity.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp When Setup Right!

By Jim Haggard

from Raleigh, NC

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

For many years, I liked my Blues Deluxe Reissue, but did not love it. It was too loud for almost any normal venue and it only sounded ok. I did not like the drive channel at all and it had a high shrill edge I did not like. Recently, I started to experiment with how I set up the amp. The first thing was to turn the presence and treble way down, and turn the mid down some. That really helped the shrill edge. The next discovery involved using the drive channel differently. I guessed that maybe the "Drive" knob is next to the clean channel "Volume" knob for a reason, like maybe it should be used for the same thing. So, instead of using the "Drive" knob for Drive and the "Master" knob for Volume, I tried using "Drive" as the Volume control for the "Drive" channel and "Master" to master how much Drive I wanted (pushing the meaty power tubes rather than pushing the preamp tubes). Wow, was I happy! What an amazing full sound! Full deep bass, exellent mids, and virtually no shrill highs. I noticed that the tone controls kicked in more as I turned up the "Drive" (Volume) knob (between 3-6 it was sweet). Meanwhile, with the "Master" knob from 8-10, I was pushing the power tubes, and had some decent overhead left. Also, using the Drive and Master knobs like that addresss the complaint that a lot of people have about the Master knob jumping the volume up at 2. After all, you will have the Master knob cranked to at least 6 and up to 9 or 10 anyway. So, who cares? Finally, I thought I would use the effects loop for something and not let it just sit there. I thought about how folks would put a jumper across two of the four inputs on Marshalls, and decided to see what would happen if I put a jumper cable across the out/in of the effects loop. That little trick is amazing. It smoothed out the tone and added an excellent final touch to removing even the faintest lingering shrills. The only remaining problem I had was the amp was still to loud for small and medium sized venues. I read about how others had put a volume control on the effects loop, so, I decided to build a little volume control box for the effects loop. It worked, no more loudness problem. With the Volume and Drive knob at the same setting, the clean channel is clean and the drive channel is a little louder with a nice edge. Also, the Clean and Drive channels handle overdrive and fuzz pedals differently. Pedals just push the Clean channel a little, but the way they behave with the Drive channel is phenomenal, from heavy blues, to hard rock, to crunching metal, depending on your pedal(s). I am still using the original speaker. With the previous high shrill edge and loudness problems solved, coupled with an amazing improvement in overall tone, this amp went from a stage prop to my main amp. No mods required.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The best Blues tone of any amp on the market!

By Joe J.

from Harrisburg, PA

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I normally don't review products, however, this deserves the good review. I'm sure if you have done your research you will see mixed reviews on this amp. On one hand you have those with extensive hours into it and love it. The other hand you have tone snobs who are comparing it to amps in excess of $1,300. This is an unfair comparison. Of course you should try it yourself before purchasing it, but I feel no one would be disappointed with this tube amp. It has a smooth, old fashioned, buttery tone which is EXACTLY, what most blues players are shooting for. The problem is, it takes a certain amount of experimenting with the very touchy tone knobs in order to dial in a good sound. But rest assured, that sound you are looking for IS here. At first you will notice the smooth all tube tone from the 2 6L6 tubes and 3 12AX7's that power this blues machine. After getting it home however, you will wonder why yours doesn't sound as good as the one you demo'd at guitar center. The reason for this is that your speaker needs plenty of hours to break in. The more you play it, the smoother it will sound, but it takes time. You can look online for ways to speed up the break-in process but it will work itself out. Also, you may notice that this amp is a bit treble heavy and almost harsh. This can be corrected by turning the treble down (way down, say 2-3) and turning up the bass and mids to compensate. Also, the presence knob is your friend, don't be afraid to use it. This amp provides cleans that only Fender can accomplish and also has fantastic spring reverb. Some don't care for the second channel but I love it. It just takes a bit of tweaking with the knobs again. You can get some dirty crunchy blues sounds out of this channel but if you are looking for metal, clearly you should look elsewhere. The master volume control only works for this channel but allows you to get some really good crunch going if that is your goal. But be warned this IS a loud amp. The volume knob is very touch and you need to keep this in mind. You will hear many peope say you can't use this amp if you live in an apartment, because it doesn't sound god at low volume. I disagree. I live in an apartment, get great clean tones and use the master volume on the drive channel for everything else. If you want pedals, you can have them. This amp happily takes whatever pedal you can throw at it. Also, the highs seem to be less shrill on the second channel. But, if you are still not happy with the amp because of the ice pick highs, consider a tube change. I played mine for about 3 weeks, then decided to change the tubes. What a difference! Many will complain that an amp should sound good out of the box and should need nothing else. However, everyone has their own idea of what sounds "good" which is why there are so many mixed reviews. The point is, this is the best amp that fender has out right now. With tweaking of the knobs and a possible tube change, it is the best amp for blues that I have ever come across and likely will never need a different amp as long as I live. Give it time to break in, adjust your knobs and find your tone. If all else fails, change the tubes. But DON'T return it, based on bad reviews or if your treble may seem harsh. Dial it down, find settings of other users online and experiment. You won't be sorry you stuck with this gem!

(6 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Close but no cigar

By RochesterLoner

from Upstate NY

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

Man, I hate having to make tough decisions, and deciding between this amp and the Traynor YCV40 was very difficult. The clean tone on the Blued Deluxe is ever-so-silghtly sweeter, and the reverb is much better. However, the overdrive/distortion channel on the Traynor destroys the one on the Blues Deluxe. At least the Blues Deluxe doesn't have the nasty "More Drive" channel like the Hot Rod." For $600+, a modern tube amp should have separate EQs for each channel like the Traynor does, too. Still the Blues Deluxe is a fine amp for a decent price. And it looks cool, too :).

(5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Excellent Value: Warning, this amp is LOUD!

By skeeter

from Seattle

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

I've had this amp for 2 years now. Primarily a blues player, this amp is perfect for me, with one exception �ۡ���� This amp is so loud it's a problem. I love the clean sound. Unfortunately I can't get it to break-up unless I'm gigging and not just gigging, I need a big room and an obnoxious drummer to justify cranking it. I ended up buying another amp, a 63 Vibroverb reissue. So, buyer be warned, this amp is very loud.

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Tonal Bliss

By MM

from Northern Ca, Ca

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

This should be a boutique amp but isn't for obvious reasons. It is VERY well made. The price is right. But the main thing is.....the sound. The tweakability. The tubes. Yes, this little monster is a true tube blessing. The tonal range is fantastic. No pedals needed but a few won't hurt either. I have a custom built Marshall, all tube, that this baby gives a run for it's money. I love this amp.

(5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Please read before purchasing

By chris

from Tucson Az

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

So this amp is absolutely one of the best amps I have ever played, now saying that they are complete junk! I bought a brand new one from GC, and it took 4 times to try and turn on, also the reverb didn't work. So I took it back to GC and they couldn't get it to turn on. They ordered me a brand new amp. I got it home turned it on played for about 30 min, then the reverb went out and the amp squealed. So I shut it off and waited 15 min just to turn it on and have it happen again. I returned the amp back to GC to get a refund. So that's that 2 bad brand new amps. All though they look nice and sound great they are poorly made. If you can fine one that works maybe it would be worth it but if not save your money and buy a different amp or you will be paying twice what it's worth to fix it.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Tweed In The Lead!

By mmukav

from Chardon, Ohio

Comments about Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue 40W 1x12" Combo Amp:

This Fender Tweed Blues Deluxe is a really nice amp! I played it quite a bit before settling on another brand tube-amp, only because of price. It's got the wonderful retro-tweed cover, chicken-head knobs, and classic grille that all give it that 50's look and feel. 40 watts of pure tube tone gives you plenty of power for just about any gig. A quality 12" Eminence speaker rounds out the sound. Spring reverb, normal and bright switch, and overdrive gives a wide array of tones and styles. Fender quality, great looks, tube tone, what else can I say? A great amp!

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