Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
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Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]

'65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current], Ampli combo tout lampe pour guitare de la marque Fender appartenant à la série Deluxe Amp.

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Logical07/12/2007

L'avis de Logical

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
C'est un combo lampes de 22 W avec une reverb à ressort, un 12" Jensen Vintage d'époque. Deux canaux clairs séparés, possibilité de brancher 2 guitares par canal. Vibrato et footswitch fourni. Je tolère le fait qu'il n'y ai pas de canal saturé car cet ammpli est du pur Vintage.

UTILISATION

La config est simple: Power, Stand By, on se branche sur un canal, on fait chauffer la marmite. Le son clair est d'entrée trés voluptueux et riche de nuances. On sent la qualité dés le départ (j'avais un combo Peavey Classic 30).

SONORITÉS

Il convient parfaitement à mon style blues, rock et même, soyons fous, un peu hard des années 70 avant qu'il n'y ait eu cette montée en puissance de Marshall: je pense à Clapton, Harrison énervé, Jonnhy Winter... Mais par contre pensez à une bonne pédale d'overdrive. Je joue sur une Strato et une Les Paul. Cet ampli et la strato c'est le grand amour: ils sont faits l'un pour l'autre. Avec la Les Paul ça va bien. L'ampli répond, il sonne. Pas de saturation: il faut monter le son pour que ça crunche. Quelle pêche! Au niveau puissance, il est impressionnant.

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'utilise depuis 1 mois et je sens que je vais le garder longtemps. Je suis trés surpris par la qualité sonore de l'ampli: c'est du Fender tout craché et je pourrais le reconnaître à 100 km. J'aime l'esthétique de l'engin et la précision avec laquelle il restitue le son de l'instrument. Il peut être doux ou nerveux, trés nuancé. J'ai longtemps hésité avec le Hot Rod Deluxe mais beaucoup moins nuancé et trop crunchy, de moins bonne qualité ce qui est perceptible. Puis j'ai longuement essayé le Marshall DSL401 mais que j'ai écarté sous peine de devoir jeter la strato. Alors j'ai mis un peu plus d'argent, et je ne regrette pas.
Ggrnb14/11/2005

L'avis de Ggrnb

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
Ampli tout lampes, schéma original de 65 avec quelques petites adaptations modernes : meilleurs composants en général. des progrès ont été fait depuis 65
Puissance théorique de 22 watts, mais le rendement est exceptionel, ça ressemble à du 80 à transistors . Vers 7 ou 8 le son tord très légèrement avec un son bluesy très crèmeux.
Effets vintages : trémolo et reverb accutronic.
Qualité des composants et montage très solide.

UTILISATION

Aucun problème de mise en route

SONORITÉS

C'est un ampli Jazz ou blues pour petit club ou a reprendre sur une sono avec un bon Shure SM 57. Hard rockeux metalleux passez votre chemin !
Paradoxalement, c'est avec une Gibson genre 335 qu'il sonne le mieux ( en Blues) autrement en son clair très pur une strat ou télé sont parfaites

AVIS GLOBAL

J'utilise diverses versions depuis plus de trente ans !
C'est cher mais c'est du massif.
Achat investissement sans risque pour autant qu'on lui demande ce pourquoi il a été conçu .
Allez en essayer un .
Slinkyalexx04/11/2005

L'avis de Slinkyalexx

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
Les détails techniques ont été cités précedemment.
Le truc qui m'amuse, ce sont les potards qui partent de 1 au lieu de 0.

UTILISATION

C'est du plug&Play!
Attention d'utiliser de bons câbles et de favoriser le true bypass pour les effets car cet ampli ne ment pas.
Bien qu'ayant seulement deux potentiomètres d'équalisation : Bass, trebble, on ressent bien les changements et l'on peut aisemment sculpter le son de la guitare.
Selon la config de lampe de puissance, le crunch arrive plus ou moins vite, mais sa puissance est suffisante même pour les grosse scène si la reprise micro passe dans le retour.

SONORITÉS

Je l'utilise pour tout ce qui est funk, blues et rock modéré. Une overdrive fais des merveilles mais une distortion genre DS1, c'est vite le foutoir, les aigus partent dans tous les sens et les basses n'ont aucune dynamique.
Je l'utilise avec une Gigson SG équipée de Tom Holmes et une Strat Damico SSH (Fender jeff beck et Tom Holmes poue le bridge), et le son suit. Pour avoir essayé des Hot Rod, Junior, Classic 30, Vox, Marshall, je trouve qu'il a son unique à la limite du décourageant tellement il nous fait comprendre et entendre comment on joue.
La sonortité est dans un registre très cristallin. J'ai l'impression que les médium se situent à un niveau fixe et pour arriver à corriger cette plage il faut alors jouer sur les deux potards Basse Trebble.Donc si les reglages basse et trebble sont inferieurs à 5 on aura une dominante relative sur les médiums et s'il l'on monte les bass et trebble au dessus de 5 alors là on diminue les médiums, ce qui parait logique.
Le style de musique où j'arrive à mieux tirer parti de cet ampli, c'est dans le funk oldschool (temptations, roy ayers,...) et le blues rock lorsque je l'additionne à une TS808 ou une OD9 maxon.

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'utilise depuis 1 an sur scène, studio et appartement.
ce que j'aime le plus dans cet ampli, c'est le son et la facilité d'utilisation, on arrive très vite à avoir le son que l'on veut quelque soit l'acoustique du lieu.
Ce que j'aime le moins, c'est le vibrato qui malgré son grain magnifique fait un bruit de fond variant selon la vitesse et la profondeur. Il est aussi très sensible aux variations de courant.
J'ai eu un combo marshall du début 80 transistor (faut bien commencer), un classic 30, un prowler peavey, laney LC15r, Vox AD30vt, et un mesa boogie F30. Avant de l'acheter j'ai pu tester dans le même registre d'ampli un fender Hot Rod (je préfèrais la saturation, mais le son clair ne m'a pas convaincu).
Le prix est justifier comparé aux prix des matchless.
J'en prendrai bien un deuxième pour une petite stéréo.
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King Loudness13/12/2011

L'avis de King Loudness (contenu en anglais)"Great reissue of a classic"

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
The Fender Deluxe Reverb reissue is Fender's best take on the production line Deluxe Reverb amplifier as it appeared in its golden "blackface" era (so called because of the black face on the control panel) circa 1965. It's a 1x12 tube combo that puts out about 22 watts of power and runs on 6V6 power tubes. It's pretty standard in the Fender layout of two channels. The first channel (normal) has simple volume, treble, and bass controls. The vibrato channel (with its own separate inputs) has volume, treble, bass, reverb, and controls for vibrato speed and intensity. The amp is loaded with a single Jensen speaker as stock, and other than reverb and vibrato there are no onboard effects.

UTILIZATION

Getting a good sound out of this amp is pretty simple. It does the classic blackface Fender clean really well, and there's a reason so many players like and use these amps for a variety of applications. Dialing in each channel can be a tad difficult because on occasion the EQ tonestack might appear to not be doing a whole lot when you turn the controls. I find this more apparent on the normal channel than the vibrato channel with this particular amplifier. That being said, perhaps I'm just used to more modern amps and their tweaker mindset. Other than that, the controls react like you would expect and dialing in tones is not overly difficult. Most people run pedals into the front end of these anyhow, which will change your tone up anyway.

SOUNDS

This amp is meant to do one core sound... classic Fender clean. It's not going to offer any of the overdriven sounds that many players today desire. You can get some nice drive sounds by using a pedal in front, but this is the type of amp that is used for clean and clean only. There's no master volume, so in order to get any kind of tube breakup you would need to turn the amp up to 10, which isn't feasible in many places. It's a very clear sounding amplifier overall, great for funky or bluesy tones. I find it a little bit sparkly in the top end for true jazz tones (which to my ears should be darker and richer) but for those types of tones where you need a classic wiry sounding blackface style clean at a reasonable wattage point, you can't get much better than this amp.

OVERALL OPINION

All in all I think the Fender Deluxe Reverb reissue is a great amp for someone looking for great clean tones in a reasonable package. Many players like the tone of a Twin Reverb or Pro Reverb, but don't wish to contend with the huge size and huge volume that amps like that put out. For those looking for true vintage Fender cleans in a portable package, this is your amp. They sell new for about $1,100 which is a good deal considering the quality and tone that you're getting. If you're into Fender cleans and want something good for jams or gigs that won't blow your ears off, check out the Fender Deluxe Reverb reissue. You won't be disappointed!
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iamqman26/04/2011

L'avis de iamqman (contenu en anglais)"Modern classic"

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
Just about the most classic Fender amplifier that has ever been created. Fender has had quite a few solid amps such as the Blackface, bassman, Twin Reverb, and modern Hot Rod amps. This is one on the level as those classic amps that have rock n roll ingrained into the dna.

This amp is so colorful and rich with tonal flavor. It makes is hard to think about music without an amp such as this one. The tone that this contains coupled with a nice tubescreamer type pedal is just glorious.


Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb Features:

* All Tube Amp
* Output: 22 watts into 8 ohms
* Speaker: 1-12" Jensen C-12K, 8 ohm Speaker with Ceramic Magnet
* Channels: Two Channels (Normal and Vibrato)
* Tube Driven Spring Reverb
* Tube Vibrato
* 2-Button footswitch
* Baltic Birch Plywood Cabinet
* Normal Channel Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass,
* Vibrato Channel Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb
* Vibrato Controls: Speed, Intensity
* Covering: Black Textured Vinyl with Silver Grille Cloth

UTILIZATION

Details
Type Tube
Number of Channels 2
Power 22W
Speakers 1 x 12" Jensen C-12K
No Effects
Reverb
EQ Treble, Bass
No Amp Modeling
Number of Models 0
Number of Tubes 9
Preamp Tubes 4 x 12AX7, 2 X 12AT7
Power Tubes 2 x 6V6, 1 x 5AR4 (Rectifier)
Inputs 2 x Instrument (Normal), 2 x Instrument (Vibrato
Outputs 2 x Speaker
Footswitch I/O Yes
No Effects Loop
Height 17.5"
Width 24.5"
Depth 9.5"
Weight 42 lbs.

SOUNDS

Glassy, chimey, sparkling cleans shimmering with tone dripping for days are all words to describe the nature of a winning amp for decades. The tone with this amp will leave you satisfied but ready for more. Try this amp out with a nice Fender Stratocaster and you will hear the combination that this amp was made and voiced for.

This amp has so much potential and all you need is some creativity for style and you will have a killer tone that will rival most professionals. Add a nice analog delay to the mix and couple that with the reverb channel and there you;ll have a sweet rich ambient tone that will give more creativity that you can dream of .

OVERALL OPINION

One of the greatest amps ever to exist and that god they made a reissue of it. At new these amps come in at around $999 which is a great price for a classic amp. I would recommend this amp to any guitar player who needs probably the best clean tone in existence. The versatility of this amp is really endless. It doesn't have much to get in the way of the tone with just a few control knobs and a second channel for a reverb feature. This is a great classic amplifier.
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moosers12/02/2009

L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
The Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb is a tube based guitar amplifier with 1/4 inch inputs in the front. It has two channels and two 1/4 inch inputs for each. The first channel is the normal channel with volume, treble and bass knobs and the second is the vibrato channel with settings for volume, treble, bass, reverb, speed, and intensity (for vibrato).

UTILIZATION

The layout of this amp is simple and has the classic controls that originated in Fender and have now become ubiquitous on guitar amps. It is real easy to get a good sound on this amp - just turn it on and turn it up and sounds good! I don't have the manual to this so I don't know if it is helpful or not.

SOUNDS

This amp is great for just about any type of music, as you can get a variety of sounds and has a incredible clean tone. The effects are also top notch - the reverb is a real spring reverb and the vibrato is one of the best of its kind. This amp has become a classic because of these features and the inherent great tone and overall sound it has. I have only used this with guitar and that is what it is intended to be used with.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using the '65 Fender Deluxe Reverb for about two years. To me it is one of the best amps on the planet, as Fender amps from this time are really just some of the best amps ever made. The overall tone is great and the effects are some of the best of their kind. If you can get an original one of these, it will cost you a bit of money but is probably worth it as it is a great amp with a classic overall tone. This is one of my top choices for amps in a lot of different situations and I can't say enough about how much this thing cranks!
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M Elise20/12/2008

L'avis de M Elise (contenu en anglais)

Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb [1993-Current]
This is a classic 60s blackface circuit with 2 6v6 tubes, 22 watts, a tube rectifier, reverb and tremolo. The main differences between this and an original blackface are: a ceramic vs alnico speaker, a printed circuit board vs point to point wiring, a light weight cab vs a pine cab, differences in the components do to differences in modern and original component manufacturers, no tilt back legs on reissue and a grounded wall plug on the reissue. As the original, this amp has no master volume.

UTILIZATION

Positives: light weight, speaker cab does not sound boxy, 20 watts is great for recording, 20 watts is great for playing distorted classic rock when the amp is on 10.

Negatives: The classic 2 channel design is not very useful (I don't know why it was so prevalent), bright is always on on effects channel, 20 watts is not enough clean headroom for many situations depending on your drummer, the style of music, and size of the band etc.

SOUNDS

The Fender 60s blackface circuit is indisputably one of the best sounding ever designed. I would imagine an original Deluxe Reverb sounds slightly better then the reissue but the reissue sounds great! I recommend using vintage RCA tubes and trying a Weber 12F125 or Celestion 12H30 speaker. I'm sure there are other great speakers too. The oldest reissues use an emminence speaker which sounds bad at high volumes and should be replaced. The Jensen reissue speaker in the newer models is better.
This amp is famous for its sweetness (the 6v6 tube is unique this way) but the low notes are not as big and rounded like 6L6 tubes produce i.e. Fender Super Reverb or Twin Reverb amp. This amp is very versatile but at different volume levels. It goes from a classic clean country amp below 4 to a great blues amp at middle volumes to a rock and rock sex machine at 10. At 10 you get power tube distortion with tube rectifier sag at a volume level that is near perfect for a loud band.
All my other tube amps (newer Fenders, Marshalls, Peaveys) sound poor and anemic in comparison to this amp (though they do have other useful sounds and features). The Fender Deluxe Reverb Reissue sounds more musical with much smoother and much more beautiful harmonics. It sounds stronger, clearer, cleaner, and warmer. And its easier to EQ.

OVERALL OPINION

This amp changed my life! It made me realize how weak and sad many modern amp designs sound with all their features that rob the amp of tone and of how wimpy preamp distortion can be. This amp made me love and always want a tube rectifier if possible. This amp has started me on a path toward getting better more vintage tone and seeking out simpler amp designs. The Fender Deluxe Reverb is one of the most recorded amps in history for good reason. The Reissue Deluxe Reverb sounds great! It may or may not be suitable for live use depending on style and volume since its only 20 watts.