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Fender Deluxe 90 DSP Combo

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90W power. 12" Celestion speaker. It features Dyna-Touch response plus DSP effects including Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flange, Tremolo, and more. Effect...Click To Read More About This Product

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Gig-rated power and greater control.

90W power. 12" Celestion speaker. It features Dyna-Touch response plus DSP effects including Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flange, Tremolo, and more. Effects management is provided by a 16-position select switch, level knob, and time/rate control.

FEATURES
  • 90W power
  • 12" Celestion G12T-100 speaker
  • Dyna-Touch circuitry
  • DSP effects including Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Flange, Tremolo, and more
  • 16-position select switch, level knob, and time/rate control
  • 20-5/8"W x 16-1/2"H x 9"D
  • 33 lbs.
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4.3

(based on 30 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Just my two cents...

I have had this amp for about five years. I bought it used. I do not have any issues or problems with it. I have played out with it only a few times,...Read complete review

I have had this amp for about five years. I bought it used. I do not have any issues or problems with it. I have played out with it only a few times, with two of those times outdoors, and those few times it worked out great. I acquired this amp to use at home mostly, to practice and do a little home recording. I was a little overwhelmed at first with all of the built-in FXs and it took a while to work them all out. I am basically a plug-and-play with a little over-drive kind of guy.

I normally do not add comments to any products, but I do read a lot of them. I am adding my comment here only because of some of the "negative" thoughts of this amp. This is a Fender amp. Fender has been around for decades. Fender has, and will always have that Fender sound or tone, and it's classic. That classic Fender tone tends to be a little brighter than the others. Fender will never sound like a Marshall. Marshall has their own sound and tone. This Fender amp has only one 12" speaker. Please do not expect it to sound like or push air like a stack or even a half stack of speakers. If you want to sound like Metallica, or Megadeth, or any other variation, check out their equipment and what they use, to include the 28 "stomp" pedals, to copy or imitate their sound.

I am not an expert on guitar amps, and I don't claim to be. I used to work in a music store decades ago, and I don't keep up with the "latest and greatest" offerings of equipment that is currently out there. When this model came up for sale, I immediately jumped for it because it was a Fender and I already knew what the sound quality would be. It has been a good amp for me, and it is everything that I expected it to be. I have had no issues with it so far. But to be fair with this comment, I rarely use any heavy crunch tones, and I cannot give a good review on that aspect. I just give it some overdrive and I am happy. The bottom line, before you buy any amp check it out thoroughly.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

I cannot forgive the poor performance in the most

When played on the clean channel this amp sounds fantastic. With the help of the built-in reverb, you can get a nice, vintage fender sound for a reasonable price. This amp packs 90...Read complete review

When played on the clean channel this amp sounds fantastic. With the help of the built-in reverb, you can get a nice, vintage fender sound for a reasonable price. This amp packs 90 watts, so it's not quiet. In overdriven situations this amp comes up very short. It produces almost no bass to speak of and can get kind of muddy with low tunings. This lack of bass could be because of the open back. Marshalls produce great bass and their backs are closed. Could there be a connection? Pehaps. The sound quality can be improved with the help a of multi-efffects pedal.

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(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Just my two cents...

By MrGregOtis

from NE Ohio

Pros

  • Classic Fender sound, portable

Cons

  • No plug-in for an additional external speaker

Best Uses

  • Small venues, band practice, self home practice

I have had this amp for about five years. I bought it used. I do not have any issues or problems with it. I have played out with it only a few times, with two of those times outdoors, and those few times it worked out great. I acquired this amp to use at home mostly, to practice and do a little home recording. I was a little overwhelmed at first with all of the built-in FXs and it took a while to work them all out. I am basically a plug-and-play with a little over-drive kind of guy.

I normally do not add comments to any products, but I do read a lot of them. I am adding my comment here only because of some of the "negative" thoughts of this amp. This is a Fender amp. Fender has been around for decades. Fender has, and will always have that Fender sound or tone, and it's classic. That classic Fender tone tends to be a little brighter than the others. Fender will never sound like a Marshall. Marshall has their own sound and tone. This Fender amp has only one 12" speaker. Please do not expect it to sound like or push air like a stack or even a half stack of speakers. If you want to sound like Metallica, or Megadeth, or any other variation, check out their equipment and what they use, to include the 28 "stomp" pedals, to copy or imitate their sound.

I am not an expert on guitar amps, and I don't claim to be. I used to work in a music store decades ago, and I don't keep up with the "latest and greatest" offerings of equipment that is currently out there. When this model came up for sale, I immediately jumped for it because it was a Fender and I already knew what the sound quality would be. It has been a good amp for me, and it is everything that I expected it to be. I have had no issues with it so far. But to be fair with this comment, I rarely use any heavy crunch tones, and I cannot give a good review on that aspect. I just give it some overdrive and I am happy. The bottom line, before you buy any amp check it out thoroughly.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Amp

By anth1225

from Ca

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The effects are awesome and so is the distortion.Don't need many stomp boxes with this unit, it has it all.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Don't be fooled...

By Coffee House

from England (US Air Force)

I've seen a few reviews of people bashing this amp b/c it doesn't give you a 'Metallica' sound. Fender amps aren't designed to do that! This amp is quite versatile and is wonderful for practicing and small gigs. The clean channel is awesome and the distortion is enough for my style. For gigs I play through a PEAVEY Classic 50/410 but for the house I use this! You get what you pay for and this one's worth every penny!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Deluxe 90 DSP -Fantastic amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Great amp. Fantastic sound. You will have to try one for yourself.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Its great for any small gig for beginning bands.

By Tanner-RsvJl

from Seagraves, TX

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While having great features such as 2 independant channels an deffects, its lacking in lots of places. Its power is its major strongpoint. It has no bad sounds in it thought the distortion is SEVERELY weak. Sounds like 50's distortion, but not like tube amps. The eq's are good. The speaker head is powerful enough to kill somthing. The effects are not what you should buy them amp for, they're not really worth havining, but a great feature when you cant offorf a $100 dollar pedal for every effect. Its just a powerful amp with some extras. Really i would reccomend a jetta head and a 300w cab.. cant go wrong there.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It is quite an amp for almost any sound

By aliceinchains37

from Provo, UT

I like this amp for making oldschool rock and roll sounds. The clean sound on it, well, i personally think its the best clean sound from a solid state ive ever heard. However, if you want to make heavy metal distortions, don't buy this amp. You can dial up some pretty dope, crotch scratching rock and roll with this thing, but don't expect a heavy sound from it.I really enjoy the clean tones on this thing, and the clean volume is so incredibly loud, it made my buddy preston think his half stack was crapping out.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

not bad

By m8301

from Sunnyvale, CA

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wish i could combime tremolo and reverb.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

The True Review

By Disavowed101

from Colorado Springs, Colorado

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The first thing that rocks about this amp is the Celstion in the back. It puts out awesome tone. It dials in true Fender sound. It gets some of the best tone I've heard out of a solid state amp. The downside to it is that it has no low end to it. The built-in effects could be way better. If you invest in a good set of effects pedals, it really compliments the potential of this amp. This is a good begginners amplifier or practice amp.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

What's your style?

By guitarkid188

from Southern California

This amp is a versatile amp-jazz through metal. However, it lacks that one thing i needed which was a very very slight distortion. Like some of the old Stones' songs. I noticed that it's distortion was not really that warm either once I started recording with it. So before you buy it, check your style of music that you want to play and try it out.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

break-down heaven

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Ive had this amp for like 3 years and so far ive had to take it in to get fixed 2 times. The sound is good for all around music but for my taste its not as heavy as some other amps.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

A pretty good amp.

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

The Deluxe 90 has the power to play in a band, and is enough to play small shows. But the tone and overall sound of the amp can be really good some days and bad on others. It seems like you have to play for a while, and get it warmed up if your going to get any good sounds out of it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Radical Sadical Amp

By ZrKick

from Centerville, OH

This baby is perfect for small gigs with your garage bands. DSP effects and footswitch are a very nice addition.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

great clean, mesy distortion

By shaggygtr

from Pittsburgh, PA

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This amp has some of the best built-in effects I've heard in a combo. It goes good with my Fender Fat Strat. The clean is very easy to use and you can get a nice punchy sound out of it. The only problem with this amp is the distortion, its too mesy and not very good for metal.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A good all around amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I actually own the deluxe 90 withought ther dsp effects, but I absolutely love it. I'm sure the one with the effects is even better.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

All you need for a little gig

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This is a good amp for for the guitarist who doesn't wants all the effects and wants a lot of power without buying extra stuff. The reverb is awesome and along with the distortion is good for playing Van Halen- style stuff, but not for Metallica-style stuff. The distortion is decent but if you like deep and dark this amp doesn't have it. Anyone who likes the clean channel, nothing beats this.

 
5.0

Great First Amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Its got great punch and the effects are great. If you are just starting out with the guitar this amp wont limit you for quite a while. The drive channel seems to produce an unwanted humming, but it is slight and would only be a problem for recording... thats my only gripe. If you want power, duribilty, and good value, go with this one. Have fun!

 
5.0

Great amp. Plenty of power and effects

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I can virtually dial in almost any kind of sound I need out of this amp for my Carvin (Strat copy)guitar. From Hendrix tones to SRV, clean and everything in between. Quite versatile. That big Celestion speaker is unbelievable. I've only had it a couple of months, but combined with some effects pedals, it's any awesome amp. My first Fender and hopefully my last. I have an acoustic amp and have heard and worked with other Fenders, but this one is great. Not to big or to heavy, giggable and can handle any competition because this puppy can get very loud and has outs to a sound board. Never used it passed a 3 setting on the volume. Not as good at handling mics as my acoustic. Otherwise, for electric guitar - I don't think you can go wrong with this amp. Even the overdrive and superoverdrive tones on this amp kick butt when tweaked, unlike some of the comments you typically hear about Fender's overdrive circuits. Love the foot pedal too. So far, so good without any problems, unwanted hiss, noise or feedback. I consider it a working-man's amp at a decent price that I am hoping will last a good long time, and hoping it retains it's value like so many other fine Fender amps.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

60'sFloydian

By FloydianSounds-Yd7Ia

from South Setauket, NY

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This is my third amp and I think that it is a very fine amp. It's my favorite! It has alot to offer in a small package. My others are a Marshall MG30DFX combo and a Crate GLX1200H 1/2 stack. But I use the Fender all the time. It's powerful and versatile and with my Danelectro retro-guitar FX pedal board, I can get that great early Floydian/Gilmour sound. This Fender is a much better value than my Marshall, and alot smaller than the Crate 1/2 stack. If you like metal though, go with a Crate!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

a perfect second amp

By Mr. Greens

from honolulu, HI

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This amp is simply amazing for the price. I could not be more pleased with it.

 
4.0

Kick ass

By SchectersRule

from NJ

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this is the best amp for the price. it sounds great. built in effects, footswitch included. its great. it sounds amazing. im not the biggest fan of fender, but when i saw the price, the watts, and the sound, i had to get it. this combo is great. all you got to do is keep get that, when if you want to add on, buy a cab for it. its perfect. you can get pretty low, and high end on the distortion. effects are great for some Black Sabbath or Dream Theater. overall, i love this amp.

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