Packed with a 10" speaker and onboard reverb, the '68 Custom Vibro Champ Reverb is a bite-sized amp perfect for practicing in an apartment or a bedroom.
Featuring a 12" speaker with 40 watts of power, the '68 Custom Pro Reverb is a modern take on a classic amp from the mid-'60s famous for its clean headroom.
With a vintage Fender sound plus custom features and enhancements, the '62 Princeton Chris Stapleton amp delivers powerful tone in a straightforward package.
Enlarge your sound with a Fender Bassbreaker 30R combo. Its British-inspired full-range tone has enough gain and low-end bite to tackle any genre or style.
Despite its small size, the Pro Junior packs a heck of a punch. A pair of scorching EL84s cranks 15 deliciously mean watts through a 10" Jensen P10R speaker.
Squeeze 40 creamy watts out of this bona fide tone machine. Ready for both stage and studio, the Hot Rod Deluxe delivers clear articulation at any volume.
The ever-popular Blues Junior is back and ready to dish out some sweet overdrive. A modified preamp circuit provides a fuller sound with enhanced clarity.
Get down and dirty with the heaviest hitter of the fourth-generation Hot Rods. A lightweight pine cabinet and 6L6 power tubes make this amp a road warrior.
Snappy, crystalline and pedal-friendly, this '64 Custom Deluxe Reverb features modified all-tube, hand-wired AB763 circuitry and a 12" Jensen C-12Q speaker.
Crank out sparkling overdrive thanks to the 12AX7 and EL84 tube complement of the 007. Use the on-board treble booster to take your tone to another level.
This Fender Hot Rod DeVille, designed with session artist Michael Landau, is full of tweaks like two independent volume controls and a boost function.
The Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb packs 22 watts into two channels: "Vintage" for the rich sound of the original, and "Custom" for modern high-gain tones.
Plug into the "Vintage" channel for the rich, chiming tone of the original silverface Twin Reverb, or check out the "Custom" channel for more modern tones.
Thanks to Fender's Vintage Reissue series, the all-tube 22-watt combo amp that tore up the '60s is back -- with the original 12" speaker, reverb and vibrato.
Designed with the help of jazz guitar virtuoso George Benson, this 40-Watt, all-tube combo amp uses a 100-watt Jensen speaker for a clean but resonant sound.
A reissue of a '60s classic, this all-tube amp pushes 45 watts through 4x10" Jensen Alnico speakers with sweet tube-driven spring reverb and vibrato effects.
Turns out they do make 'em like they used to. Case in point: Fender's handwired '57 Deluxe amp, with its lacquered tweed covering and that famed mellow tone.
Tilt back the legs, warm up the tubes, dial in the spring reverb and hit the footswitch. This 2x12" combo has delivered legendary clean tones since the '60s!
This tube combo amp packs a Super-Sonic punch with 2 gain stages and 22 screaming watts. With its footswitch and on-board reverb, it's all the amp you need.
A faithful recreation of a classic, the '65 Princeton Reverb is a fantastic amp for recording, with 15 watts of all-tube glory through a Jensen C10R speaker.