Fender (Reissue) '65 Deluxe Reverb A rebirth of the ultimate club amp.
The Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb Combo Amp has a sound big enough to cut through the muddiest mix, but it's small enough to turn up make the most of natural tube distortion in ...
An image of Thurston's Deluxe Reverb reissue can be seen on the Sonic Youth Gear Guide. It appears he used a similar setup to that of his Twin Reverb in previous years. [It can be seen beside his Peavey/Marshall stack in this live show.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NK3C4_g5jiA)more
In this "Guitar Moves" video featuring St. Vincent, she can be seen playing her [1967 Harmony Bobkat](https://equipboard.com/items/1967-harmony-bobkat-electric-guitar) guitar through a Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb Vintage Reissue Guitar Combo Amp. Around [5:27 into the video](https://youtu.be/NE7R4nKBK8Y?t=5m27s) you can get a good look at the amp.more
In this photo taken of Paul Banks' amp setup during a [Banks & Steelz](https://equipboard.com/band/banks-steelz) show (Official 2016 ACL Fest Late Night Show, held at Antone's on Fri October 7, 2016), his Fender Deluxe Reverb Guitar Combo Amp can be seen with two mics on it. This can be verified as Paul Banks' setup due to the guitar next to it, his [Fender Dave Murray Strat](https://equipboard.com/pros/paul-banks/fender-dave-murray-stratocaster-electric-guitar) with the [Copperpiece guitar strap](https://equipboard.com/pros/paul-banks/copperpiece-glovely-sequin-guitar-strap) he's also been seen using.more
In this live performance you can see a Blackface Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp standing beside a Vox AC15H1TV. Although you can't clearly read what it says, you can see, that there are three knobs on the left, and that the Fender Logo pretty much ends with the third knob. The position of the microphone tells you that there is a single speaker in the middle.more
"The first tube that the guitar signal meets inside the amp is a 12AT7 (instead of 12AX7). The "Vibrato" circuit was reconfigured into a "midrange boost" (we added another pot and knob to the front face of the amp where the 2nd input usually went). We replaced the stock speaker (Utah 12") with a Celestion Blue Alnico 12". "more
Fan: "Hi! I have a question for Alex. What does your typical guitar "rig" consist of when performing live? Like pedals, amps, etc. Thank you!" Alex: "three rv 5s , a pog for octaves, yamaha distortion, jc 120 chorus, fender deluxe reverb///" It can also be seen in the Forever Still video.more
Jonny Lang's 1965 Reissue Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp is talked about starting at 5:55. His guitar tech says, "It looks like a normal Fender amp, but the insides have actually been stripped out and remade to the exact specifications of a 1965 Fender Deluxe. There is some hot rod circuitry in here, to allow one side to be crunchy and one side to be very clean." Jonny Lang has two identical versions of this modified Fender Reverb amp.more
In the ["Ask Quine" section of Robert's website](http://www.robertquine.com/ask.html), he answered a fan's question about amps. Said Quine, "As for the Deluxe Reverb reissue, I almost always use the left channel ('normal')—it's less trebly than the vibrato channel. When I roll off highs, I do it with the amp's tone controls—NEVER with the guitar's tone control. Also, I replaced the 12-inch ceramic magnet speaker with an alnico one—the Eminence Legend 1228K model with a Kapton voice coil. It's rated at 35 watts and is much less harsh-sounding when pushed into overdrive/distortion. By the way, my friend Marc Ribot also used this setup and he's been quite happy with it."more
For the majority of Her’s, Ste used a Fender Deluxe Reverb amp
In an /r/indieheads AMA on April 8th, 2019, [Aly listed a lot of her equipment](https://old.reddit.com/r/indieheads/comments/bauz32/hi_its_lady_lamb_i_am_doing_an_ama_at_1130a_est/ekeacnn/?context=3) in response to a question that has since been deleted. She didn't specify *which* Fender Deluxe Reverb amp she uses, so I just selected what seemed to be the default option when I searched "Fender Deluxe Reverb" on google.more
Fender (Reissue) '65 Deluxe Reverb A rebirth of the ultimate club amp.
The Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb Combo Amp has a sound big enough to cut through the muddiest mix, but it's small enough to turn up make the most of natural tube distortion in small clubs. This makes it the perfect studio amp, as well. It's a resurrection of a classic vintage tone monster, and its current iteration is used by many big-name bands, such as Flogging Molly, O.A.R. and Maroon 5. Crank up this faithful, U.S.-made reissue for your daily requirement of fat Fender tone. Delivers 22W through a 12" speaker. Features two channels (normal, vibrato), all-tube circuitry, tube vibrato, tube spring reverb, Blackface cosmetics and two-button footswitch to control the reverb and vibrato effects.
Designed to sound as close to the original as possible, the ˜65 Reissues are assembled in Corona, California and feature Jensen speakers (One C12K for the Deluxe and two C12Ks for the Twin, four P10Rs for the Super and one C10R for the Princeton), Schumacher transformers, traditional tremolo and tube-driven reverb to create that classic, "Blackface" sound so many players desire. They do have PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards), as opposed to the original's "hand-wired" circuitry, but the components (capacitors and resistors) are the same values as amps from that period. They also have hand-wired tube sockets and other parts for added strength.
Tonal Characteristics: Bright, scooped midrange that is known as the "Blackface" sound, pronounced "Wine Glass" highs from the Jensen speakers and a slightly more polite power amp for crystal cleans that can also be cranked for great overdriven tones.
Who's it for: Players that love the original versions but are priced out of owning vintage amps, blues players, country players, rock players, guitarists trying to get classic "Blackface" sounds (a la Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, John Mayer), American-made amp enthusiasts, traditionalists, avid Fender collectors.
She's a heavy beast, but she is the beginning and end of the conversation when it comes to a clean tone and glorious spring reverb. Well worth the investment, and nothing makes my Les Paul sound better. If it had a master volume control it would be perfection. The only way to get the tubes to break up is to get it up to 9 and deafen the block. However, if you really need to do that in a small space, you probably want a high gain amp anyway. I can always add an OD pedal. I can't get the sweet cleans anywhere else.
22 watts - manageable and won't break your back, a classic Fender amp, you can do pretty much anything with this and the right pedals. wind the amp up to half way and it really opens up - clean, but dynamic. Reverb is lush and the classic Fender Spring - Vibrato is always fun. I wouldn't be without a Deluxe Reverb....ever
This amp has that great Fender clean tone that's to die for. The stock speaker doesn't allow this amp its best voicing, though. The Eminence Cannabis Rex nicely rounds out the tone a bit, which can be a little bright.
Best amp I've owned and most beautiful spring reverb I've heard. Beautiful singing cleans, let's your guitar's pickups and effects pedals really shine. Note that if you use dirt pedals on channel 2 make sure to put the volume above 3 or 4 to bypass the bright cap and avoid ice picky high frequencies, those can sound nasty. Keeping it for life.
not a dirty sounding amp by any means. the reverb is legit as is the tremolo. loves being overdriven with pedals. Its a reissue. you can't really go wrong with a fender deluxe.
bought this used w/ a cannabis rex installed for about $730. weighs about 45 lbs, which can be quite the pain in the ass but a Vox AC15 weighs the same if not more, so it's not unheard of. clean sound is everything you've heard about & more - sparkly, clear, very cooperative with twangy, single-coil-type guitar tones (and probably humbuckers too). haven't heard what this sounds like at tube saturation/OD and expect I will not any time soon. most definitely my sound and worth even the ~$1000 new sticker price, but be aware that it's heavy, VERY loud for bedroom use -- i'm used to sitting directly in front of a practice amp and am having to either change that habit, keep the volume on this thing at the functional minimum forever and ever, or give myself actual tinnitus -- and very low-gain (not prone to break-up/distortion at reasonable volumes). can't go wrong with this guy for cleans and pedal support.
I love this amp but I had a lot of extra work done on it. I swapped the speaker had it gutted out, and put in different tubes. The speaker is just ok in it but that doesn't take away from this great amp.
I use it when I need a clean sound that I can't get from the SuperSonic. It has a horrible distortion sound, so I'm surprised Steve Jones managed to use this for a whole record.