Look inside the Fender Twin Amp 100-Watt All-Tube Guitar Amp and you can see 'em in there, glowing with that warm, rich, physical juice ” a broad river of power to carry your guitar's tone. We're talk... Click To Read More About This Product
Look inside the Fender Twin Amp 100-Watt All-Tube Guitar Amp and you can see 'em in there, glowing with that warm, rich, physical juice ” a broad river of power to carry your guitar's tone. We're talking classic Fender tone with tube reverb and tremolo. A pair of the same 12" Eminence speakers found on the '65 Twin Reverb crank out bell-like tones from the Blackface-style normal channel and thick, bold lead sounds from the overdrive channel. 1/4-power switch lets you cook without blasting the walls down. Includes 4-button footswitch and cover.
Reviewed by 16 customers
Beginner or 30 year veteran this amp ROCKS! This little lady will make you sound like a PRO the minute you crank it up but...when you learn the ins and outs of this 100 WATT explosive device you better be prepared to sign some autographs. I love the switch back capabilities (25W-100w)which allow me to get TRUE sound without blowing the walls down and I can scratch glass with the clean channels on 100 watt. This amp truly gives the professional guitar player EVERYTHING they need and MORE while truly inspiring the novice to stretch their boundaries.
Once you play a Fender 100 Watt Twin, you'll never want to go back to a smaller amp. 12 Groovetubes deliver not only house-shaking power--a joy to command--but the dual 12" Eminence speakers deliver an unbelievably pure sound. Some amps make all your guitars sound alike. Not this one, it lets your guitars? sound shine through. Strats and Telecasters twang and scream; Les Pauls sound gorgeous, rich, full, growly and not at all muddy. At higher volumes, the "Clean" channel's got plenty of bite to it. The "Gain" mode, when cranked up, feels like you're throwing thunderbolts. Going down to 25 watts with the 1/4 power switch lowers the overall volume but not the sound quality. And, while 25 watts doesn't sound like much, it?ll keep up with the drums easily. The reverb sounds like classic Sunn records; the tremolo is pure, wicked 60's. At 80 pounds, it's a hefty number to move but it comes with detachable casters. Top of the line and, maybe best of all, it?s USA made!
I don't even know where to begin when it comes to this amp. First of all it has incredible power, I have played one of these next to a Marshall full stack and this amp definitely has more power. Secondly the tone is godly, you can get a very pure clean sound out of it, or a nice warm blues sound, and then with a couple of adjustments have a strong overdriven rock lead sound. Personally I would recommend this amp to anyone who can afford it, it can accomodate pretty much any style of playing, it sounds great, and it has more than enough power to compete with stacks. I hope this helps someone out there.
This is a classic. The Fender Twins have been near the same for as long as i can remember, and the tone is astounding. Amazingly sparkly on the clean, nice and crunchy on the driven channel. This amp houses one of the most well-known and yet versatile sounds in the music industry, and one of these is always nice to have on hand when recording. I played an american strat through one of these for a while, and the tone was just perfectly matched to my guitar. This is plenty loud enough for any size gig; the band will never drown you out running through this guy. If you like anything from country to pop to classic rock, this amp is the one for you.
Sweet, sweet amp. The longer I play, the fatter it gets. After about 45 minutes, it really starts to shine. Nice, chimy clean tone and I have an unnatural love for the distortion channel. If you need over-the-top distortion, look elsewhere. If fat is where it's at for you, this is it. This amp produces more drive than vintage Fenders -- just enough, if you ask me. This is a forever amp for me. I can't see ever regretting spending the money on it. It is extremely faithful to the sound of your axe. I play an SG with Burstbucker Pros and I love this thing. Cons: I dig the sound of the tremolo but I sometimes wish the depth could be more pronounced. The reverb sounds great, but if your looking for that endless fender reverb, you might come up short on this one. I havn't totally broken this one in yet, so, these things could mature and change with time and punishment.
THIS AMP IS ALL ANYONE NEEDS FOR GUITAR PURPOSES. It has the power, the tone, the crisp, the crunch, ,lows that will shake your pants and highs that will render you speechless. In my opinion and throughout my 18 year career in music and with my experience in using many, many other amplifiers, this is the best one of them all. I have played through Mesa Boogies, Soldanos, other fenders, marshalls, Vox, Crates, Musicman,kustom, peavey and many more and there is no amp better built nor with a better sound. I see the comments on the lack of the metal sound..,plug in your favorite pedal and see for yourself. AWSOME is the only word for this amplifier.
I have the 90's model twin and you can either use 25w or the full 100w. I use it at the 25w and crank it to really push the fender grove tubes (x4). The clean channels are crystal clear and with a little gain they sound great! Drive channel is great, you can lay back on the gain to get that really blues-like tone, or crank it for harder rock. Not a good metal-head amp though, trust me, I've been in a few metal bands. Full array of ins and outs including effects loop, ext. speaker jack, pre-amp and power amp, also has 2 inputs, etc... The amp itself weighs in at 77 lbs, but if you're a weaker person you can use its casters! Let me tell you guys this amp is LOUD! Im actually planning on buying a 212 extension cab just to keep up with the power it has! GREAT AMP!
This review starts out bad but ends good, so read the whole thing if you really want to know what I think of it. I bought this amp two years ago new, and it arrived with a damaged spring reverb. So after owning it a day I had to take it into a Fender authorized repair center and wait another two weeks to play it. Fender fixed it at no charge of course, and the good thing is that the service center (Uncle Albert�ۡ���s, Indianapolis) tore it apart and tested every circuit, tube, and speaker for other defects. The repair shop said one of the solders on the reverb cracked, probably during shipping. Once I got it back though, I wasn�ۡ���t real happy with the sound. I had played a number of Fender Twins over the years and loved the creamy rich distortion and the bell like ring of the clean channel. This amp sounded harsh, like a solid state amp. I almost sold it a couple of times because I really didn�ۡ���t like it. But after owning it over a year, the sound started to change. I don�ۡ���t know if the speakers are stiff when they are new, or the tubes need to be used for a while, or what. But this amp has slowly become what I thought I was buying in the first place. It has a rich, creamy distortion on the gain channel �ۡ���� all I need for AC-DC, Guns and Roses, and others and that Fender bell like ring on the clean channel. The best feature of all is the 25 watt switch on the back that cuts it down from 100 watts but doesn�ۡ���t change the sound at all. So you can get the preamp nice and hot on 4 or 5 without blowing you ears out or having the police show up for bothering the neighbors. I have no intention of selling her now!
This amp reminds me of my first '66 Bandmaster. You can use the 1/4 power switch and get to the sweet spot without ear bleeds! It's got the usual Fender crisp clean notes when you want it or dial it to the Marshall tone. One plus thing is that it's a lot lighter and compact than my full stack Marshall. It's just perfect for most club venues. Also does it's job to drive the 1060A/B Marshall cabs for outdoor venues. In quiet settings, you can hear some 60Hz hum from the twin; unlike my Marshall which was quiet with a single coil or humbucker coil pickup.
I have only had this amp for about 3 months, and I love it more everytime that I plug in. I upgraded from a Vox 15 watt. Everytime I would go to a jam session it was like I was not even there with my Vox. All of my friends were playing Fender and Marshall tube amps and I was being totally covered up. That is until I came in with this baby. I looked at every amp under the sun before I made my decision, and it has been one that I have not regretted. I play an American Strat and I added a TS808 tube screamer to get that SRV tone. It is definately not the cheapest amp; but you definately get what you pay for. Buy this amp; you will love it.
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