Fender Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb
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Fender Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb

Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb , Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender.

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moosers 17/02/2011

Fender Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Fender Vibrolux Reverb comes in a few different incarnations, but this review is for the original black face model. The picture above I believe is the reissue. Either way, it's a tube amplifier with two separate channels. Each has it's own 1/4" inputs and there are two 10" speakers inside. I don't know what years the original was made, but the one I've used is from the late 1960's.

UTILIZATION

The configuration of the Fender Vibrolux Reverb isn't hard to follow as it's much like many of the other classic Fender amps out there. The first channel just has parameters for volume, bass, and treble control, while the second channel is a bit more in depth, consisting of the same three parameters found on the first channel, but also reverb control and speed and intensity parameters for controlling the on board vibrato. No manual should be necessary...

SOUNDS

The sound of the Fender Vibrolux Reverb is definitely right there in line with the classic Fender tube amp sound. To me, these vintage tube amps from Fender are the best ever made, with the Vibrolux Reverb definitely being up there. The amp is as clean sounding as they come and the reverb and vibrato effects are both top notch and some of the best of their kind. If you've ever heard a Fender tube amp, you most likely know what you're getting here.

OVERALL OPINION

There's absolutely no way you can go wrong with the Fender Vibrolux Reverb! It's simply an amp that sounds that good. I don't know if I'd prefer this to the Fender Twin Reverb I've got at home, but they're certainly in the same ballpark and it really is just a matter of preference at a certain point. I don't know how this would stack up against the reissue, but I'd think the reissue is pretty close. Ain't nothing like the original though...