Fender Hot Rod DeVille ML 212 Guitar Combo Amplifier (60 Watts, 2x12")

- Series: Artist Signature
- Amplifier Type: Tube
- Speaker: Two - 12" Celestion V-Type
- Inputs: Two - (1/4", Input 2 is at -6dB)
- Speaker Jack: Two 1/4" Parallel (Internal and External)
- Channels: Two - Selectable
- Controls: Volume 1, Bright Switch for Volume 1, Volume 2, Boost Switch for Volume 2, Treble, Bass, Middle, Volume Select Switch, Reverb, Presence
- Effects: Reverb
- Impedance: 2 or 4 ohms
- Wattage: 60 Watts
- Preamp Tubes: 3 x 12AX7
- Power Tubes: 2 x 6L6
- Cover/Grille Cloth: Black Textured Vinyl Covering with Blackface Style Black/Silver Grille Cloth
- Control Panel: Black
- Handle: Wide Leatherette Handle
- Knobs: Chicken-Head Style Pointer
- Pilot Light Jewel: Red Jewel
- Included Accessories: 2-Button Footswitch, Fitted Amplifier Cover
- Dimensions: 21 x 24.25 x 10.75" (53.34 x 61.59 x 27.3cm)
- Weight: 54 lbs (24.5 kg)
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 69 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 26 x 24 x 13 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2232400000
Blemished
Shipping Weight: 69 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 26 x 24 x 13 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2232400000
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-488-1818
(2 ratings)
Submitted April 11, 2017 by michael passero in BAYVILLE, NY
"HRD ML Preliminary Review"
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I've had this amp for about a month now. It has not gigged yet and I haven't even played it for more than an hour, each sitting, so I cannot speak for long-term reliability yet. So far, it's a really great amp. If you're looking for 'that Fender clean' sound, this amp delivers. Great sound right out of the box. It is a bit heavy, but it delivers 60 watts of clean headroom. I play mostly clean jazz, pop, R&B now, and the clarity I get is amazing. Even jazz chords on the 'inside four' have clarity and are very vocal. It scares me how close, if not equal, this amp sounds to my boutique amps. I have read some bad reviews of all the Hot Rod series amps, so I am prepared to roll tubes or have the amp serviced, if necessary. However, in being fair to Fender, some of the problems that I've read about Fender amps, I have also read about some very high-priced boutique amps as well. If you ride any amp long and hard enough and bounce it around gigging (even if you have a great case), components can get damaged and fail. If you don't believe me, go to the boutique forums and see the discussions. Regarding easy-of-use: I find it very easy to dial in the tones I need, especially dialing the amount of mids that I need or don't need. I think this is a great accomplishment for Fender. Don't underestimate the importance of easy tone controls. I have played, and own, boutique amps where there is a huge learning curve for simply using the tone pots. Many times, you read more have to spend hours in a boutique forum just to figure out how the tones pots really work for that amp because the makers don't want to give up too information about their 'design secrets.' With the Fender, bass covers bass, mids cover mids, and treble covers treble. There was no learning curve. However, I did call Fender about the presence control to ask how they 'do' presence, and to be honest, I think the phone Rep. didn't even know how they did it exactly and what frequencies their presence covers. I know how it works. More to come after I run the ML through its paces.

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