Fender Amplifiers have been heard on so many recordings, it's impossible to quantify their impact on recorded music as we know it. From the early 1950's Tweed Design that are still copied and coveted to this very day, to the Silver Face of the 1970's and everything in between, even the less sought after Fender amps have a place in anyone's collection.
Here we have a 1962 Reissue of the Princeton Amp. Dressed in Brown Tolex over a solid Pine Cab, this Princeton is loaded with a 12" Eminence Speaker. Most player's associate a 10" speaker with the Princeton but they managed to fit a full 12" for added bass response and a bigger, fuller sound.
Simple controls help you find the exact sound you need. Volume and Tone are the tone shapers and a juice tremolo circuit with speed and intensity allow you to get the pulse and throb. Crank it up to get the power section and roll the guitar volume down to find your sweet spot. It's that easy to get killer tones out of this little beast!
The brown ’62 Princeton amp’s sensitivity and smooth organic tremolo made it a longtime studio favorite and the ideal partner for Grammy®-winning country artist, Chris Stapleton. The hand-wired ’62 Princeton Chris Stapleton Edition combines the classic 6G2 circuit with Stapleton’s favorite features and personally chosen aesthetic touches. This 12W combo features Fender Vintage “Blue” tone caps, Schumacher™ transformers, an upgraded Eminence® 12” Special Design “CS” speaker, and an output tube-biased tremolo circuit. The acoustically resonant solid pine cabinet wears rough brown textured vinyl covering, wheat grille cloth and thick dark brown leather handle, while the dark brown control panel sports dark brown “radio” knobs and the rear panel features an engraved brass plate with Chris Stapleton artwork. Includes 1-button switch for tremolo and retro-styled Filson™ Rugged Twill fabric cover.