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Date Posted by Category User IP

2012-05-02 (UTC)

N4RMT

Misc

Hand wired Fender deluxe reverb clone

I've tried several times to add a pic, but it doesn't show. The add on qth has a pic,
and I have more if you need. This amplifier was hand built by yours
truly about 2 years ago. It is a clone of the
1965 Fender Deluxe series of amps.
(AB763 Circuit.) All resistors are new old
stock carbon comp. Tone capacitors are
all orange drop Spragues. Fiberboard
circuit board, no PCB. All new JJ tubes.
Added a bias adjustment pot and a jack to
measure bias current of each output tube
separately. Also has an added midrange
pot on the rear. In a Ted Weber cabinet
with a Weber signature series 12 inch
speaker. Reverb / Vibrato footswitch
included. This thing sounds amazing! I
had a vinyl decal made for the front panel.
*THIS IS NOT MADE BY FENDER* If you
play guitar much, then you know what this
is. I can't ship this beast, so you can pick
it up here, or I can meet you. You are
welcome to try it out, but NO TIRE
KICKERS. I'd Like to sell it for 800. It's
worth every bit of that. I'd also trade for
an 811H or a NICE mobile hf rig like an
857 with separate face and seperation kit.
Open to ideas.

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