Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III - Two Tone Black and Tweed Limited Edition
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III - Two Tone Black and Tweed Limited Edition

Hot Rod Deluxe III - Two Tone Black and Tweed Limited Edition, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender in the Hot Rod Deluxe series.

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iamqman 11/10/2011

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III - Two Tone Black and Tweed Limited Edition : la opinión de iamqman (content in English)

"cool look to a great amp"

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There are a couple new features in the Hot Rod Deluxe lll that are very important to me. The first one being that speaker that is standard is actually usable. They used to have some cheap speaker in there that wasn't very musical and a lot of guys would switch out the speaker for something much more sweeter in tone. The next feature is a usable gain channel two and three. Before they gain channels were so bad that I never even used them. They sounded terrible and nothing like a tube amp distortion. This new look to this amp is quite remarkable as well.


Fender Hot Rod Deluxe III Combo Tube Guitar Amp Blonde Top Ltd Edition Features:

* Fender Special Limited Edition of an industry standard!
* LTD 2-tone black and tweed covering makes this amp a head-turner
* Cream-colored chicken head control knobs
* 3 12AX7s and 2 6L6s driving a 12" Celestion Vintage 30
* 3 selectable channels: Normal, Drive, and More Drive
* Classic Fender Spring Reverb
* Effects loop: Preamp output/power amp input
* Extension speaker jack
* 2-button, 3-function footswitch included
* Amplifier cover included


Now that they have a usable gain channel then this amp has much more flexibility that before. The old amps were just outright sloppy. The bad thing is that these amps are made in Mexico. So they are going to be cheaper made and will break down on you a lot quicker. I'm not sure if they fixed the jewel light from going out on this model. Everyone who owned this amp knows that the light always goes out on these things.

Anyway, use this amp with any nice guitar. I like this amp with a solid Gibson Les Paul. I used it with a Line 6 Dl4 and a Ibanez Ts9 and I had some great tones that cut through the band quite well.


If you are on the market for a good tube amp that has two moderate low gain but usable gain then this might be the amp for you. However I would never buy this amp since its made in Mexico. For the price of this amp I would buy a used Marshall JCM2000. At new these amps come in at around $799. You can even pick up a Peavey 5150 for the price of this thing.