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It combines the look of a hard-traveler, vintage tone, and a few judicious modern modifications.
The Fender Blues Junior Amplifier has established itself as a warm-toned favorite with all generations of guitarists. Like the Blues Deluxe and Blues Deville, it takes selected circuit design cues from a '50s tweed Fender to deliver the sound of a classic Deluxe or Bassman with some modern flexibility. The result is a screaming all-tube, 15-watt amp that pushes hot tone through a 12" Fender Special Design speaker. That sound comes courtesy of a pair of EL84 Groove Tube output tubes and three 12AX7 preamp tubes. Add legendary Fender reverb, flexible controls, and a FAT circuit for golden tone even at low volumes, and you're in business. The relic treatment given this special version just adds to its overall vibe. And just look at that chrome panel and those vintage pointer knobs.
A collector's piece that is one of the sweetest playing amps of all time. Order yours today.
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I now own two juniors and this relic with the new style circuit board and jensen speaker is simply the best sounding amp I had ever heard.The reverb is much better then the first run of juniors.This thing just screams fender tone of days of magic recordings. Think vibroking @ 15 watts. Great improvement!
As advertised it looks like a fifty year old amp. But when crank those vintage knobs, my oh my what wonderfuls tones come out of that Jensen. I have played for close to fifty years and I have had few amps over the years that were great but this little jewel out shines them all!!!!!!!
I shopped around for a portable amp that could be used primarily for recording. This fit the bill perfectly. Its fairly small, but has plenty of volume and a nice fat sound.
I plugged into a Relic yesterday at Jackson Music on Grand Island NY - I was absolutely blown away at the SIZE of the sound coming out of it. I plugged in my new Fender B-Bender Tele and activated the "Fat" switch on the amp - look out. It sounds amazing - I'm going back to pick one up this weekend....