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Fender '65 Princeton Reverb - Wine Red

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SKU: # 505333
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Your Price: $1,399.99 CDN



The original was used on countless hits over the years, and the new 65 Princeton Reverb is easily versatile enough to go from your living room to the recording studio to small gigs. It's got the vintage vibe that Fender die hard fans know and love, but the 65 Princeton Reverb isn't only for the old-school guys who played 'em 30 or 40 years ago, it's for anybody who craves top-notch tube tone, naturally dynamic clean and over-driven tones, and unmistakable long-spring Fender Reverb and tube Vibrato. A historically significant amp, the originals fetch a lot these days and it's as valid as ever in today's musical world. Don't take our word for it, listen for yourself!

Amplifier Typer: Tube
Speaker: 10", 8-ohm Jensen C10R speaker
Impedance: 8 Ohms
Output Power: 12 Watts
Preamp Tubes: 3 x 12AX7, 1 x 12AT7
Power Tubes: 2 x 6V6
Rectifier: 5AR4 Rectifier Tube
Inputs: Two (1/4", Input 2 is at -6dB)
Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, Intensity
Height: 16" (40.6 cm)
Width: 19.875" (50.5 cm)
Depth: 9.5" (24.13 cm)
Weight: 34 lbs (12.7 kg)

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This is actually an FSR Princeton with a 1x12 inch Jensen special design speaker and 15watts. It?s amazing. It?s still pretty loud. Well beyond bedroom volume. Of course it?s good for gigging. It?s small and durable. And like any amp at any gig in any size Venue, you mic it and use the PA accordingly. Anyone who doesn?t mic their amp isn?t really utilizing technology in a logical way for optimal sound. Obviously it would be nice if all of these fender amps had a gain knob so that we didn?t have to blow the walls off of a house to get some break up. But again, technology allows us to buy a full range distortion pedal. And most people who make music now use a pedal board which completely defeats the purpose of even owning a tube driven amp anyhow.
Posted by anonymous on Feb 15, 2018
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