Fender Amps

Fender is an American manufacturer of stringed instruments and amplifiers, such as solid-body electric guitars, including the Stratocaster and the Telecaster. Fender offered the first mass-produced solid-body Spanish-style electric guitar, the Telecaster the first mass-produced electric bass, the Precision Bass and the popular Stratocaster guitar.
Fender Amps

Amp manufacture by Fender can be traced back to 1945 but it's the 'tweed' and 'blackface' tube models of the '50s and '60s which are the most iconic. Each era produced legendary models, such as the 'blonde' amps produced between 1960-64. Classic amplifiers from this era include the Twin combo as well as the 'piggyback' amp and cabinet Bassman, Tremolux, Showman and Bandmaster. By the 1980s, Fender's amp division had rolled out solid-state, transistor-powered ranges alongside its high-end tube models, and from the '90s onwards, a desire for authentic, vintage sounds has spawned renewed production of retro-inspired reissues and classic amps. These include the Blues Deluxe, the Princeton and the Deluxe Reverb; models that have come to define the Fender legacy.


















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