One of the true classics in the world of amplification is updated and upgraded in this reissue of Fenders famous 1965 Deluxe Reverb 22-Wat Amp system. A hybrid between the distinctive, unparalleled Fender sound and some technical upgrades means that the snappy tones of the guitar that you once heard in Abbey Road and many other classics are now available to contemporary players.
The Fender Vintage Reissue 65 Deluxe Reverb guitar amp gives you some history in its design as well as some updated technology. It features a two-channel system, giving you both normal and vibrato effects, so you will be able to get all of the sounds that you want, just as clear or as distorted as you want to make the music your own.
This Fender Vintage Reissue will be able to give you the quality you need for rock, country and any other style that you may want to play with.
This model has stuck with the original 1965 design, with a few new bells and whistles under the hood. There is now a printed circuit board instead of a phenolic parts panel. Some of the components are a little different in size and shape, however the values are identical. To make it look just like the 65 version, the Jensen 12-inch speaker is an exact replica, making it look like the same amp.
The reverb is the perfect size to be able to cut through any mix as well as to simply turn it up and go to town on it. The tube vibrato and tube spring reverb help keep the sounds consistent with the older version as well.
There are several pros of the Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp that makes it so popular amongst many guitar players around the country.
- Two channel amp
- 2-button footswitch
- 22 watts
What's not so nice
The amp itself weighs 42 pounds and features just a top handle to be able to cart it back and forth between gigs. If its staying at your house or you have some muscle in your band, then it will work just fine.
The other thing to consider is the volume. It you are using it at home, small venues or into a PA system, it'll work just fine. But if you want very loud all the time, then you are going to need to look into a twin amp to get a lot more boost.
The cost of the Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp is very affordable when you consider that you are getting a retro design with a new circuit board, 22-watts and two channels.
The sound is clean and lets you play any music that you want, from soul to rock and the quality will be just as you would expect from a Fender superior. Its worth the money and you wont need a new amp anytime in the near future.