The Vintage Reissue '65 Deluxe Reverb is one of Fender's most popular reissue amps, delivering classic Fender tube tone for the discerning guitarist. Its 22-watt, 1x12" configuration is perfect for st... Click To Read More About This Product
The Vintage Reissue '65 Deluxe Reverb is one of Fender's most popular reissue amps, delivering classic Fender tube tone for the discerning guitarist. Its 22-watt, 1x12" configuration is perfect for stage and studio alike.
This special '65 Deluxe Reverb FSR (Factory Special Run) model is being produced for January 2011 in striking Wine Red vinyl covering with Wheat grille cloth. Fender's fitted it with a Jensen P-12Q speaker, which includes the vintage-style "bell" cover over an alnico magnet. This speaker, borrowed from the tweed '57 Deluxe, has a warm crunchy tone that's easily overdriven for classic blues and rock 'n' roll styles.
12" Jensen P-12Q speaker
2 channels (Normal and Vibrato)
4 - 12AX7 and 2 - 12AT7 preamp tubes
2 - 6V6 power tubes
5AR4 rectifier tube
Tube-driven reverb and vibrato
2 inputs per channel
Controls (Normal channel): Volume, Treble, Bass
Controls (Vibrato channel): Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb
Vibrato Speed/Intensity controls
Baltic birch cabinet
Includes 2-button footswitch
24-1/2"W x 17-1/"H x 9-1/2"D
Reviewed by 2 customers
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I have two other Fender Tweed amps and love them. The folks at the Sacramento Store asked me to try this amp and I bought on the spot. I love the way it sounds and when turned up to 8 it is a great sound. I like that it is a 22 watt amp. You won't be sorry if you get this amp.
Just picked up a new FDR on sale for the best price I have seen in 8 months of watching/waiting $830. Have been using a custom vibrolux which has been nice but is a bit too big for the venues I have been playing and vibroblux has to be played loud to sound good and hit its stride, so not really practical for what I usually do. The FDR has an incredibly lush, mellow sound that matches perfectly with my Fender American Deluxe HSS. I have not run my Les Paul through it yet, but expect good things. The amp is very responsive and deep/round sounding, perfect for the blues/classic rock that my band plays. I only gave 4 stars because I cannot speak to reliability yet, since I have not owned it long, but I don't expect too many problems and Fender has a good warranty program. Can't see how you could go wrong with this Amp and I know some people criticize the Jensen speakers, but I don't see it, I think it sounds great and my fellow band members agree that the tones coming out of this amp are far better than what I could produce with the Vibrolux or the Peavey Classic I used previously.
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