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Fender Cyber-Deluxe Amp
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Patented Virtual Tone Interpolation circuitry reconfigures the basic signal building blocks for amazingly accurate dynamic re-creations of the most r...Read More
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Feisty little brother of Fender's wildly popular Cyber-Twin.
Patented Virtual Tone Interpolation circuitry reconfigures the basic signal building blocks for amazingly accurate dynamic re-creations of the most revered amps of all time, plus new creations by Fender's golden-eared engineers. Genuine analog circuitry is combined with state-of-the-art DSP circuitry for superb real classic tube tone. All incredibly easy to access with a smart, intuitive interface and jog wheel. 65W combo with a 12" Celestion G12T-100 speaker, 64 presets (32 of which are rewritable), a complete palette of DSP effects, MIDI, and digital tuner. Plug in another combo for full stereo effects. 4-button preset footswitch included.
- Borrows from the Cyber-Twin's killer circuitry schema
- Astoundingly accurate amp re-creations
- Stereo effects with additional combo
- 65W power
- 12" Celestion speaker
- 64 presets
- Loads of DSP effects
- 23"W x 19"H x 11"D
Reviewed by 27 customers
I've playing this amp for over a year now, and still finding things I didnt know I had. everything about this amp is great. all the amps I ever wanted and all the power to go with it. this amp was made for you to have the time of your life. and dose it so well! before you look at other amps, try this one. but give your self some time to find everthing in it.everyday you can play a new amp!
I have been playing for over 30 years, and I have only owned 2 previous amps: a 1968 Fender Showman, and a 1978 Fender Twin Reverb which I traded in on the Cyber deluxe for 2 reasons: I was tired of pedals and modeling boxes and I no longer needed the power of the Twin. I play both my 1968 Gibson SG Standard and my 1999 Guild Manhattan through the Cyber Deluxe and the overall flexibility of the effects that are built into this amp is absolutely amazing. My only complaint (if your listening out there at Fender)would be that you should be able to select the start up setting and not be forced to be in the defalt of 00 at power up (00 is not a programmable setting).
Could use more presets. Most presets are geared towards massive distortion. My personal favorite is #21 (64' vibrolux). A couple of tweaks & it sounds just like the original, only cheaper! Overall, it's worth the money. If you have the cash I would get the Twin instead, but you'll still annoy the neighbors with this one.
Ola, this one is awesome. I use it for everything. Recording, jamming, practice, writing - you name it. I recently went to an open mic blues jam and the crowd was very impressed-shocked is more like it. plenty of power and lots of tone. I don't see how you cannot like this one. endless possibilities and lots of fun. Wahoooo!!!!
Owned one for a year now and no regrets. Read the manual, learn it's capabilities and you'll have all the tones you need. Some preset are ok but throw it it manual mode and dial away to find your perfect sound. I'm not a Fender fan but they pulled off a best buy with this amp. The effects are quality and you can get very good tube sounds along with a ton of others. The panel itself shows a smart layout and not just a few knobs for editing like some have. A sturdy four button footswitch is included to access four channels and it has a 5 year transferable warranty which most other companies are afraid to provide. I don't have to worry about something going wrong down the road. The only weak spot is the tuner. It's about useless. I shopped it hard against similiar big name amps under a grand and this was the winner. Check fender.com for specs and buy it now at a great price.
I have been playing in all kinds of bands for over 30 years with all kinds of equipment. If you have to have a lot of flexibility to play a lot of differently types of music and if you are sick (and tired of worrying about your tubes!) of hauling a lot of stuff around, look no farther! This puppy will make your day! Nice line out sounds so you can get good sound through the PA while playing live. (I have not tried recording with it yet, but will soon) Small, very light, great at low volumes too. I need to be able to play Jazz, Classic Rock, Modern Rock, Blues and even a bit of Country from time to time. All the perfect amp models and great effects are there for any of this and it sounds great with my Les Paul Standard. So, if you need one amp that can do it all and sounds much better/warmer than the Line 6 stuff, and if you like Fender sounds and if you realize this is not perfect (we are approximating sounds and nuances here, but most are really, really close! I am impressed!), and take that all in context, RUN, don't walk to your nearest website or music store and get it now!The only thing that really bugs me? I wish the foot controller was a little less pricey and less cumbersome. It should really come with a cover? uh.. this is a computer right? Some software to backup to a computer would be a great touch. There is a cakewalk plugin with no instructions.. what if you don't have cakewalk?
I recently purchased this amp, after trying the cyber champ (which was soooo cool and led me here) so I would have a great little practice amp....but after a coule hours at rehersal, I decided to try it live. Fantastic! and when your done, it doesn't break your back. 4 button pedal is ok, but I think the controller is the way to go, but it ain't cheap. Recommend this amp for any venue,and can't wait to add the extra amp and go stereo!
By the time you spend the 700 on the deluxe, you might as well wait another month or so and get the cyber twin, or opt for something nicer in a lower price range. It's more like a head than anything, because the sound isn't enough to play with a drummer.
I just got this amp as a blem product and it was a great buy. Only thing that was blem on it was the reverb knob that was slightly bent, but still works great. If you're looking for a good practice amp then consider this one; it's great for practicing because of all of the different sounds you can get out of it. The factory presets are okay, but they're not that good. The best part comes when you adjust your own presets. Comes with a 4 switch pedal that works but with a small delay between switches, which is annoying you want to switch smoothly between clean and distortion, but other than that it's pretty useful. Also the amp has a built-in tuner which comes in handy. There are so many things I could talk about, but the bottom line is that this amp is great for practicing. The price is a little steep, so if you can find a good used amp or a blem model like mine, take that.
I own the Cyber-Twin, which is basically the same, just less storage for Amp edits and single 12" celestion instead of two 12's. I've played both, and was going to purchase the Deluxe at first but after a long wait on back order, I came up with a few more coins and opted for the Twin. The Cyber series is cool, I have owned it for a year and a half and am still finding new tones. I own a few amps and this one gets a lot of my playing time, though I still like my lil' Hot Rod. It is the only one I gig with now (the Twin that is). If you have the coin, it is worth it, maybe better if you want many amps in one. Has pure sound in any range. I guess the presets are fun, but I didn't care for many of them, kind of cheesy. But make your own, that's the real tonal fulfillment.