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Tone Master Princeton Reverb Combo Amplifier

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Tone Master Princeton Reverb Combo Amplifier

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Tone Master Princeton Reverb Combo Amplifier
Tone Master Princeton Reverb Combo Amplifier
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The Tone Master Princeton Reverb is one of the most versatile and prized guitar amplifiers of all time. It's versatile enough to go from the bedroom to the recording studio to the gig with the great sound and authentic vintage vibe that Fender players know and love. The Tone Master Princeton Reverb delivers classic Fender tone, reverb and tremolo; and it's the perfect size for guitarists who want a moderately powered amplifier for any situation.

Additional rear-panel features deliver modern convenience and flexibilityincluding an output power selector for full power and five attenuated settings, balanced XLR line output with impulse response (IR) cabinet simulations, mute switch for silent stage or recording use, USB port for firmware upgrades, and more.

• Proprietary DSP modelling process
• 10" Jensen C10R speaker
• Rear-panel output power selector for full power and five attenuated settings
• Balanced XLR line output with impulse response (IR) cabinet simulations, level control, and ground switch
• Lightweight, resonant pine cabinet
• Power jewel illuminates in different colours for normal operation, warmup, and mute/silent mode
• USB port for firmware upgrades
• Universal worldwide 100V - 240V operation
• Cover and two-button footswitch included

Voltage: 120V
Wattage: 12 Watts (Simulated)
Channels: One
Inputs: Two - (1/4", Input 2 operates at -6dB)
Effects: Reverb, Tremolo
Line Out: One - (Balanced XLR with Ground Lift and Level Control)
Cabinet Material: Lightweight Solid Pine
Amplifier Covering: Black Textured Vinyl
Grille Cloth: Silver-Strand
Amplifier Jewel: Red (Power), Red/Amber (Warmup), Amber (Mute)
Front Panel: Black
Handle: Molded Plastic Strap with Nickel-Plated Caps
Speakers: One - 10" Jensen® C10R with Ceramic Magnet
Total Impedance: 8 ohms

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Princeton Reverb Tone Master Review 12 of 14 customers found this review helpful
Product Experience   I own it
Closest Store   Surrey, British Columbia
I’ve had this amp for 3 weeks and have several hours playing on it.
I’m a fan of these Tone Master amps, Fender really nailed the tone and feel with digital technology.
Here’s what i like:
Power scaling. Doing most of my playing at home, this feature is very important to me because it lets you get a great tone at just about any volume. I play up until 11:00 PM with the kids sleeping upstairs and no problem.
The direct out for recording. Another great feature and it comes with 2 cab / mic simulations and they both sound excellent. You can have the sounds coming out of the speakers or not… super cool feature!
Reverb and Tremolo. My two favourite effects and they sound exceptionally good in this amp. The Tremolo on a Princeton Reverb sounds different than a Deluxe or other Fender BF amps and really comes through.
The Tone and Feel. This is what it all comes down to, if an amp doesn’t sound good or feel good to play then what’s the point!? I’ve played Princeton’s for years and this “digital version” sounds like a really good Princeton Reverb! Different than a Deluxe Reverb, but equally satisfying. It has it’s own thing going on. I have a Blonde Deluxe Reverb Tone Master and have compared them quite a bit since i got the Princeton. Some days i just switch between these 2 amps back and fourth, and whichever one I’m playing at the moment is my favourite. I’m starting to find things I prefer in each amp. But overall i love them both and have no plans of letting go of the Deluxe since i got the Princeton.
The weigh. Yep it’s lighter than the tube version. It’s cool and i have not prob with it, but it’s not a priority for me. I mostly play at home and when i play out, i never found a Princeton heavy. But it is a nice feature. More prevalent in the Deluxe.
Looks. They use mostly the same parts as the tube version, the tolex, the handle, knobs and jacks. But these have a pine cab… just like the old days :)
What Fender could have done better:
A headphone jack!! A headphone jack would have been a nice touch. You can still use headphones from your DAW / Recording interface, so not a big deal.
FYI: i got mine from in the box and the speaker was bright and pokey for the first few hours. Took about a week to smooth out and has continued to do so. Jensen’ s can be bright, but it’s part of the magic, I’m glad this one is smoothing out the more i play it.
Thank you Long and McQuade for the fast shipping and excellent service as usual!
Posted by Chris V on Dec 12, 2022
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