1967 Fender Deluxe Reverb

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At A Glance:
Model: Deluxe Reverb
Year: 1967
Finish: Black Tolex
Modifications: Jensen C12 speaker replacement
Repairs: New Output and power transformer, some components changed

Case: Flightcase

Technology: Valve
Watts: 22
Preamp Valves: 12AX7
Power Valves: 6L6
Channels: 2
Footswitch: No
Reverb: Yes
Vibrato: Yes

    Beloved for their bell-like cleans and dynamic driven tones, blackpanel era Fender amps hold a justified position as the archetypes ot tone. Often copied, never bettered. The Deluxe Reverb is arguably the most desirable, lush tones at every tune, happy in the studio or on stage.  

    Cosmetically this amp is in excellent condition, a few very minor knocks and scratches with a broken patch in the bottom left hand corner but the Tolex is mostly intact all over and has escaped any fading. The grill cloth too is intact and fade free. Control face has a few minor marks but nothing too extreme at all.

    Both the power and output transformers have been changed. The new output transformer is an Electro Harmonix example. The New Hammond power transformer means the map can operate at 240v. There have also been some components changed so that the amp is working safely and correctly.

    The speaker is a Jensen C12

    The amp comes flight cased.

    This amp lives up to its reputation. 22 watts might be all you need to reach Fender tone nirvana. The touch sensitivity is exquisite, from lush clean to gritty growl with a simple change in dynamics. The vibrato circuit is sumptuous and the reverb adds that lovely spanky depth to the sound. A truly inspiring amp.

    Considered by most to be the zenith of Fender amp tone, this Deluxe Reverb is a must have. Grab it before it gets away…

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