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FDP Forum / Fender Amps: 1985 - Current / 64 Custom Deluxe Reverb Club

back breaker

eureka, usa

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Dec 20th, 2017 01:46 PM   Edit   Profile   Print Topic   Search Topic

There may only be a couple of us other but it would be good to start a thread for comments and concerns about this amp.

I just got mine through an online dealer because one didn't come to my area to test. I normally play a Vibro-King (stock) so this is a step down in weight and volume with a whole different set of parameters than I am used to.

I play a Thin Skin 62 Fender Jaguar through this but am about to try my J.R. Signature Airline Tuxedo through it as well. I haven't gotten this thing off the ground and so it really sounds quiet to me compared to what I am used to but the natural break up is very pleasant. I don't know much about the 65's so I can't compare but I did however own an 80's deluxe reverb that reminds me that this is about as quiet as that was.

The dimensions are slightly different than what was on the other reissues (this being a little taller and deeper). The vibrato is smoother than what I remember on other black faces and it does not go as vast as say a twin... I know they change the circuit out for something like a brown face amp.

So far, I am stoked about this amp but have not tried to play with a group of people yet so hopefully I will feel good about that as well.

If there is anyone else out there with one, it would be great to hear from you......

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