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Lars Håvard Haugen and a hot-rodded Fender Deluxe Reverb.
The lead guitarist of the Norwegian country rock band, Lars Håvard Haugen, plays his new gig amp, a hot-rodded blackface Fender Deluxe Reverb set up for him personally by the guys behind fenderguru.com:
Knut Schreiner with his Fender Deluxe Reverb.
The Norwegian rock guitar hero Knut Schreiner, aka Euroboy, lead guitarist in bands such as Turbonegro and Kåre and the Cavemen, pairs his new Fender gig amp with a VOX AC15:
Amund Maarud and a hot-rodded Fender Deluxe Reverb.
The Norwegian blues guitar hero Amund Maarud plays his new gig amp, a hot-rodded Fender Deluxe Reverb set up for him personally by the guys behind fenderguru.com:
1964 Blackface Fender Vibroverb speaker shootout
Demo of three different 15″ speakers, the inbuilt JBL d130f, Emincence Legend 1518 and a new Jensen C15n in the Vibrosonic cabinet to the left.
A blonde 61 Fender Tremolux
A 6G9-A blonde Tremolux through a 2×12″ semiclosed cabinet loaded with WGS G12C/s + Retro 30. Now we’re talking cranked tones. It remains clean up to 4 on the volume knob with a strat, above 6 it growls like a lion.
A blackface 65 Fender Bassman
An AB165 blackface Bassman through a 2×12″ semiclosed cabinet loaded with Celestion G12M Greenback + Weber 12F150. Look for the beer glass at the end!
A blackface 71 Deluxe Reverb with 6L6 and EVM12L speaker
This speaker handles the amp distortion from the Deluxe Reverb very well. Nice, thick and saturated, yet clean and spanky, exactly like a strat should sound.
A blackface 67 Princeton Reverb with Jensen C10q
B.B. King licks are just bouncing out this axe and amp together.
Some real Texas Telecaster blues tone
My brother Pål and me playing a Deluxe Reverb and a Princeton Reverb with some Telecasters.
Twin Reverb with Jensen C12n replica speakers, Warehouse Guitar Speakers G12c.
A fantastic 1969 AB763 Twin Reverb loaded with 2×12″ WGS G12c.
Fender Pro Reverb Jensen C12n
A superb blackface 1966 Pro Reverb with its original Jensen C12n. Listen to this!
Fender Pro Reverb Oxford 12T6 speakers
Another great sounding blackface 1966 Pro Reverb with its original Oxford 12T6.
Five fundamental tricks to create the holy grail of Fender tone
The core tricks from fenderguru.com to lower the sweet spot of these loud amps:
Which sounds best? Jensen C12n vintage 1966 or new 1999
A comparison of the vintage 1960′s and modern versions of this great Fender speaker:
Speaker shootout – Eminence, Warehouse Guitar Speakers, Jensen, Weber
A demo of several 10″ speakers:
Brick in the wall guitar solo (some Albert King licks)
A live recording of a superb sounding Super Reverb:
Texas shuffle a la Jimmie Vaughan
The kind of music these amps were made for:
SRV tone Voodoo Chile – Fender Super Reverb EVM 12L
A demo of the the powerful EVM12L speaker:
Nancy Sinatra – Bang Bang – Fender Deluxe Reverb
A demo of the Jensen NEO-100 speakers in a 2×10″ Deluxe Reverb:
Blackface Fender Super Reverb with Weber 10A150, a great amp and speaker match !
The title says it all, one of our favorite speakers:
Albert King – Born under a bad sign – cover
How to get a killer tone with a Super Reverb and Tubescreamer TS9:
Hunting the SRV tone with Vibroverb, Super Reverb and Deluxe Reverb.
Several blackface and silverface amps compared in the hunt of Stevie’s tone. As you can hear, the bigger amps does not always sound bigger and cleaner on recordings. You select amp based on stage size. It’s so simple as that:
Fender Vibroverb and Super Reverb
Stevie’s El Mocambo setup:
Stevie Ray Vaughan – Little Wing with a Fender Super Reverb
Stevie’s beautiful album version of Little Wing has one of the best guitar tones we’ve ever heard.
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