The Fender 65 Princeton Reverb 1x10 Combo Amplifier has that Iconic Sound you have heard on literally thousands of timeless recordings. Its portability and output have made it an ideal choice for the grab and go jam scenario, as well. Onboard reverb and trem means you won't be pedal-dependent and the familiarity of tone will be a straight path to playing instead of fidgeting with controls
A historically significant amp used on countless hit songs for decades. Today, the '65 Princeton Reverb is as phenomenal looking, sounding, and performing as ever, and is easily versatile enough to go from the living room to the recording studio to the gig with the great sound, style, reliability, and authentic vintage vibe that Fender players know and love. One of the coolest amps around, period, it's ideal for anyone who demands top-notch tube tone, naturally dynamic clean and overdriven sound, and unmistakable long-spring Fender reverb and tube vibrato.
If you are a humbucker fan or prefer a beefier low-end and less twangy top-end, check out the 68 Princeton Reverb with a Silver Panel. This version has a modified tone circuit and a Celestion Speaker installed. Learn more about both amps here with us at The Music Gallery!
Since the late 1940's Fender Amplifiers have found their way onto recordings spanning all genres, decades, and playing styles. The choice of many players for the stage and studio including the likes of (deep breathe in) Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Albert Lee, Mike Campbell, Joe Campilongo, James Burton, Steve Howe, Johnny Marr, Brian Setzer, Buddy Guy, Mike Bloomfield, Jack White (big breath in) and countless hobbyists looking for a wattage appropriate, pedal-friendly platform for playing a bunch of different styles!