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Fender Hot Rod Blues Junior 15W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
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The Fender Hot Rod Blues Junior decked out in "Texas Red" is a smaller, more portable version of one of Fender's most popular FSR tube guitar amplifi...Click To Read More About This Product
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Red-hot "Texas Red" vinyl and classic Fender tone.
The Fender Hot Rod Blues Junior decked out in "Texas Red" is a smaller, more portable version of one of Fender's most popular FSR tube guitar amplifiers. The Hot Rod Blues Junior combo amp is covered in red vinyl with a wheat grill cloth and finished off with a Tweed Series logo and special "Texas Red" chili pepper badge. With the Fender Hot Rod Blues Junior amp's Celestion Vintage 30 speaker, you'll get big Texas Red tone in a hot portable package.
- Amp Type: Tube amplifier
- Output: 15 watts
- Ohms: 8 ohms
- Speaker: 1x12" Celestion Vintage 30 8-ohm, 60-watt speaker
- Channel: 1 channel with selectable "Fat" switch
- Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, Middle, Master Volume, Reverb, Fat Switch
- Effects: Reverb
- Covering: Red vinyl, Wheat grille cloth
- Weight: 31 lb.
- Dimensions: 18" W x 16" H x 9-13/16" D
- Tubes: 3 x 12AX7, 2 x 6BQ5 (EL-84)
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Great little amp! I've owned a handful of pretty nice mass market amps (Marshall 800's and 900's, Fender Vibrolux, Hot Rods etc). This one packs a nice punch for the bucks without going over the top. You can get a nice growl out of it or keep it crystal clean. Great for Texas Blues (ya think?) but it takes pedals nicely. I personaly like the red tolex and the celestion. For the price that the NOS Jr is selling for, this is a steal!
Just had a chance to do a side by side test of this amp and the standard Blues Juinor (both brand new on the local music shop floor). I was extremely surprised to find that there was actually a big tonal difference. The Texas Red spanked the standard Blues Junior with crisp sharp and very hot tone! Compared to this amp the standard sounded like someone had dropped a thick comforter over the top of the amp, it was very washed out sounding compared to the Texas Red. I gotta have one!