¡Los amplificadores de válvula más populares del mundo han mejorado! Los amplificadores de serie Fender® Hot Rod se encuentran sobre cualquier escenario del mundo; hay grandes y pequeños y los utilizan los guitarristas de todos los estilos. Los amplis Hot Rod producen un sonido Fender inconfundible y es la plataforma perfecta para los músicos que crean con gran destreza su propio sonido característico. Estos amplificadores sin anillado son accesibles, fiables y altos, y encajan a la perfección con los pedales de efecto. El Pro Junior™ III es un amplificador sencillo de 15 vatios. Un gran amplificador a válvula fácil de transportar para el escenario y el estudio. Produce sonidos medios gruesos característicos de las válvulas de salida EL-84, dirigidos por el preamplificador de doble válvula 12AX7 y un altavoz de 10" Fender Special Design con cono vintage. Todo esto se añade a una respuesta increíblemente dinámica y sensible al tacto que prefieren los guitarristas más experimentados. Incluye otras características como un control de volumen único que ofrece sonidos de naturales a más distorsionados y capacidad para altavoces externos. Otras mejoras adicionales del Pro Junior III incluyen un panel de control negro de fácil lectura con texto en la parte delantera, placa nueva, mango vintage Fender "dog bone", piloto brillante tamaño vintage, amortiguadores que reducen el ruido para válvulas EL-84 y botones tipo "cabeza de pollo" (chicken-head) resistentes y atornillados.
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I have a tweed covered 1994 Fender Pro Junior. It sounds great. It has a nice EL84 thump to the sound. It distorts early on. I had my original blue frame speaker stolen during a warranty repair on it. I put a Weber Sig 10 ALNICO speaker which sounds excellent in it. Great amp for the price I paid for when it was new in the box.
This little guy is my secret weapon. Super portable, surprisingly loud, amazingly versatile. I use this amp in rehearsals, while practicing, and in small/medium sized gigs. Engineers love it when I show up at the gig with this, cause they know they can actually get a decent mix for Front-Of-House instead of fighting the volume of a full size amp blowing the stage away. The break-up on the volume level is subtle and easily controlled, and it handles effects pedals well. I use a TS-9 for gain, a chorus pedal for warmth, and an EQ pedal for extra bite during solos. The sound coming out of this little tiny amp hiding beside the drum kit, often surprises other players who show up with their full-size rig. The range of tone I can get from it, along with its compact size, make this the ideal amp for almost any gig. I would still use my 410 Deville for recording or festival stages, but in most other situations this amp is more than good enough.
nstegenga owns this item
Let me start by saying that I like amps with plenty of watts, 12" speakers, full EQ and spring reverb. I don't like lack of these features and certainly don't like 10" speakers. So why is this little amp just so good? It feels like the Pro Junior goes back to the original tube amp designs from Fender and really does do away with everything you don't need and sounds better for it. Plug in, set how bright or dark you want and how loud (and it can be very loud) you want, simple as that. I set mine to halfway on the volume and tone, clean and plenty loud enough, and then use my guitar to control the amp. Single coils sing, 'buckers send it into early drive and you can even get a passable acoustic tone from a piezo equipped Parker etc. Perfect. A decent reverb pedal opens it up even more. It truly is a gem and has made me re-think what I need from a quality tube amp. Just buy one!
richardj owns this item
I love this amp. Fender as always made a great amp. For this amp to be only 15 watts it sounds so much bigger. The sound that comes out of it is like no other 15 watt amp out there. I play a PRS Gibson an Fender thru it an they all sound great, but with different tones. Like i said love this amp.
markb314 owns this item
Punchy mids, clear amd lows, and pleasant highs define the awesome clear sound that comes from this amp. It is usable, it is sharp, and it pairs extremely well with Telecaster/Esquire guitars.
The volume knob is, in itself, the grind control. The tubes start to get gritty right around 3-4 depending on how you play. Being a very touch sensitive amp, I was able to set the tone and volume (the only two controls on the amp) where I want it for my guitar's voice and the amount of drive I want, and play very dynamically using my guitar's volume knob.
The tones and drive I get from this amp are very tasty. Not at all over bearing, but adaptable to my play style. The stompbox I use in tandem with the amp is a Xotic Effects BB Preamp with the mid-boost. I don't let the stompbox take over. Instead I set the grit very low and give it a bit of mids and highs and a substantial amount of volume and use the pedal to be more of a boost than a distortion. I let the amp just take over from there.
Now that being said, I must say that while this amp is a wild horse, it's a bit hard to tame. Especially for me since I play in a small area and this amp is a bit loud. I usually set a sound barrier around it and mic it up through the system. Even then, if I want to get any over drive from the amp, it is still too loud. I have plans for an isolation box or purchasing an attenuator. It's a shame that where I perform with this amp it doesn't allow this horse to stamp around a bit. However when practicing with buddies, it's perfect!
I'm a punk so I love turning it up. But if I just sit, play and noodle around, I get a strong, pleasant blues vibe from this amp. Not so much a soft side, but a gentle controlled wind, so to speak.
I like it. Is it perfect? No. Is it lovable? Yes. If you want an amp that will speak for your guitar with personality and freedom. Get it.
KirksUsername owns this item
|Model Name:||Pro Junior™ III, 120V, Black|
|Inputs:||One - 1/4"|
|Speaker Jack:||Jack para altavoz externo|
|Rectifier:||Rectificador de transistores|
|Pilot Light Jewel:||Indicador luminoso rojo de amplificador|
|Handle:||Asa Bone Handle|
|Front Panel:||Panel frontal negro|
|Grill Cover:||Black Textured Vinyl Covering with Blackface Style Black/Silver Grille Cloth|
|Amplifier Depth:||8.75" (22.22 cm)|
|Amplifier Width:||15.25" (38.73 cm)|
|Amplifier Height:||14.5" (36.83 cm)|
|Amplifier Weight:||20 lbs (9.07 kg)|
|Speaker:||1 Altavoz 10 " diseño especial Fender® 8 ohm|
|Pre Amp Tubes:||2 x 12AX7|
|Power Tubes:||2 x EL84|
|Unique Features:||Black Panel, Vintage Pointer Knobs|
|Knobs:||Botones de amplificador estilo Chicken head|
|Cover:||Funda opcional de amplificador disponible|
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