La serie Super-Sonic: Alto rendimiento, eficaces amplificadores a válvulas que recrean los sonidos limpios inconfundibles de Fender junto los actuales de alta ganancia sin ocultar el carácter tonal de la guitarra del músico. El nuevo combo Super-Sonic Twin de 100 vatios contiene varias novedades de gran versatilidad tímbrica, como un interruptor Arena/Club que reduce la potencia a 25 vatios (para conservar su gran sonido de válvulas de alto volumen a niveles de volumen más bajos y adecuados para locales más pequeños); un botón Notch Tune que te permite regular los medios y ajustar las características de distorsión para una variedad de sonidos de amplificador estadounidenses y británicos; un control de vibración en el panel trasero que le permite seleccionar la respuesta “normal,” “loose” o “tight” del altavoz para los sonidos que van desde cálidos y flojos a potentes y contundentes; y el nuevo control automático del Bias Fender que te permite fijar las válvulas de salida a la configuración de fábrica recomendada o a tu gusto optando por un bias "más caliente" o "más frío" sin necesidad de medidores ni herramientas.
Otras características: canal Vintage para el sonido limpio y brillante que surge de los amplificadores Fender Twin Reverb® y Showman® o el sonido espeso y contundente de un amplificador Bassman® de los años 60; un canal Burn para una saturación impresionante y distorsión con compresión, espesor y sustain variables; dos altavoces de Celestion® Vintage 30 de 12"; reverb de muelles Fender; loop de efectos con control de nivel que además funciona como boost accionado con un pedal; transformadores personalizados Schumacher; y opciones de estética entre Black/Silver y Blonde/Oxblood. Se incluyen la funda y la pedalera de cuatro botones./p>
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This is my first Fender amp. I've generally owned Marshall, Orange and Engl amps (and still do). I actually noticed this amp because a band I played with were rocking them and sounding massive, heavy, detailed and going from vintage sounds to modern without loads of rack gear. The blonde and oxblood is gorgeous. Even if the amp was awful that's one sexy looking amp! This amp is very compact for a twin speaker combo in size, but it weighs far more than most other rivals. In terms of moving it around, the weight may impact you if you are older or have back issues. The twin does have 4 castor wheels but they are a bit rubbish and the amp will tilt if you mis-align the wheels. It might be better with the Vox 3 handle setup given it's nearly 38kg in weight (I'm pretty strong and have some road crew help but it's heavier than my Marshall stacks!)
In terms of upsides - the sound, first up. I've played it against some boutique hand-made amps and I've really struggled to hear a difference. This is a proper tube powered monster. The adjustable bias and dampening means you can make it fairly modern or fully vintage (it won't do ultra-modern metal but then I use my ENGL for that hi-fi sound). Although I generally prefer modern sounds, I've found myself using the loose dampening and getting my vintage vibe on. I've played Gretsch Falcons, Fender Strats/Jazzmasters/Jaguars and some more obscure guitars through this and it handles their differences, enhancing the 'electric static' vibe without masking the actual guitar sound. The twin and bassman clean channels seem accurate and are full of life. The Burn channel is better than you'd ever expect - don't assume Fenders can't do harder rock tones. It's very alive and crackles with tone.
The reverb tank hums/pops - the rear panels are flimsy and the auto-bias can show a failing tube when it isn't at all - so it does have flaws - they don't ruin it, but with a little more QC it could be near perfect.
auraboy owns this item
This amp has it all. I've had this amp for almost 3 months now and cannot get enough of playing it. You have two channels the first being a clean vintage channel and the second being a very fine saturated crunch channel with full equalizing adjustments for just about any kind of sound you could want. My favorite though is channel one which has a very clean fine quality "vintage fender tone" that cannot be duplicated with any other kind of amp. There are no limits with this amp being that it contains two very high quality sounding Celestion Vintage 30 12" speakers and packing 100 watts of power. Even though this amp is expensive in my opinion it is well worth the money and you cannot go wrong with it. I've always been a big fan of Fender amplifiers and this one is definitely their flagship.
khmusicman owns this item
For the old analogy, if I was stuck on a desert island with one amp this would be it. I have amps with crunch and chime but this is hands down my favorite amp. For classic rock, southern rock, blues and even folk this amp delivers. It takes pedals really well plus it has tons of tonal options built in. I can drop all the way down to bedroom levels and still get over driven sounds without breaking windows or upsetting the neighbors. When you want to get loud you can still get the wall shaking volume that made you want a twin to begin with.
I love the salt & pepper cosmetics - I only wish it had the same knobs that came on my super Sonic 60
Nosugrof owns this item
|Model Name:||Super-Sonic™ Twin Combo, Black/Silver, 120V|
|Controls:||Vintage Channel: Gain, Treble, Bass, Mid, Volume, Twin Reverb®/Bassman® Switch; Burn Channel: Gain 1, Gain 2, Treble, Bass, Mid, Notch Tune, Volume; Reverb, Send Level, Return Level, Damping Control|
|Wattage:||100 Watts into 4, 8, or 16 ohms (Switchable)|
|Speaker Jack:||Jack de altavoz externo|
|Rectifier:||Rectificador de transistores|
|Hardware Finish:||Chrome/Nickel-Plate Steel|
|Cabinet Material:||Altavoz de chapa de Abedul|
|Grill Cover:||Black Textured Vinyl Covering with Silver Grille Cloth|
|Amplifier Depth:||11.31" (28.7 cm)|
|Amplifier Width:||26.26" (66.7 cm)|
|Amplifier Height:||20.25" (51.4 cm)|
|Amplifier Weight:||83 lbs. (37.65 kg)|
|Pre Amp Tubes:||Groove Tubes® - (7 x 12AX7)|
|Power Tubes:||4 x 6L6|
|Reverb Driver:||2 x 12AT7|
|Unique Features:||Notch Tune Control, Damping Control, Automatic Bias Control, Arena/Club Switch|
|FootSwitch:||4-Button Footswitch Included|
|Knobs:||Botones de amplificador Vintage en negro|
|Cover:||Funda del amplificador incluida|
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