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Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410
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Don't let the vintage look of the Hot Rod Deville fool you, with 3 hot-rodded channels and 60W of power fueled by matched Groove Tube 6L6s, this seda...Click To Read More About This Product
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4 - 10" speakers deliver big, bright tone.
Don't let the vintage look of the Hot Rod Deville fool you, with 3 hot-rodded channels and 60W of power fueled by matched Groove Tube 6L6s, this sedan rocks! Touch-sensitive dynamics and unmatched versatility have made the Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 the amp of choice for guitarists of every stripe. The black-Tolex-covered cabinet houses 4 Eminence 10" speakers, an effects loop, bias controls, extension speaker jack, and genuine Fender long-spring reverb. Also has silver grille cloth, black-and-chrome nameplate, chrome control panel, and chicken-head knobs. Includes cover and 2-button footswitch.
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- Touch-sensitive dynamics
- 60W of power fueled by matched Groove Tube 6L6s
- 4 - 10" speakers
- Effects loop
- Extension speaker jack
- Genuine Fender reverb
- Includes cover and 2-button footswitch
- 23-1/2"W x 23-1/2"H x 10-3/4"D
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I bought two of these amps.Louder than the voice of God.Guaranteed to upset your neighbors, dog, and significant other.More tone than you can shake a pickup at.Makes cheap crappy guitars sound worthy.THE CONS:No...Read complete review
I bought two of these amps.Louder than the voice of God.Guaranteed to upset your neighbors, dog, and significant other.More tone than you can shake a pickup at.Makes cheap crappy guitars sound worthy.THE CONS:No Reverb on/off switch. No Tremelo effect. No Separate EQ Tone on dirty channelNo Volume Knob on Effects Loop. Cheap plastic input jacks.(bad Fender.)No tilt-back legs or casters. (heavy)Your Orthopedic surgeon will love you when you throw your back out lugging this beast around with no casters! (get a cheap handtruck or a willing friend to help!)CAUTION:This amp should only be used for playing music.I have used this amp over 200 shows per year for the last 6 years. When I first got it, I found myself with my back to the audience quite often, just staring at the tone eminating from this wooden strumpet. The CLEAN channel is Fender clean. You must play through an overly expensive Fender all-tube amp to understand this. You bang and it's there...all there. You must "bang" in order to understand this. The CLEAN channel will go into an even hipper sounding overdrive/distortion than the overdrive/distortion channel, but not if you need ultra-dirt that only Tide can tackle.The CLEAN channel only handles "so much" before it breaks up. It is "Pristine" clean until about 4 or 5 (quite loud)- then it gets nice and chunky from 5 to 7(not much louder)and anything higher, well, big fat tone balls are swingin and rockin' to one of the best sounding natural tube overdrives.(When CLEAN channel is pushed to all limits!)The DRIVE and MORE DRIVE channels are more than enough to satisfy Cap'n Crunch. You WILL NOT hear a "bee buzzing" from this amp... more rather, you will experience a "chain-saw chewing through 7 inches of hardened steel-reinforced concrete." Solid, full and round just dripping with gooey warm harmonic overtones that will actually cause certain cells inside astranged molecules to start dividing simply by osmosis.This amp can rock just as hard as the rest with full dynamic expression. Whether you are playfully prodding or drilling for oil, the reliability, performance and dynamic expressiveness of this amp is unsurpassed, and dig this... when you plug in different guitars, they actually SOUND DIFFERENT! Dig the true flavor of your axe and not some chip.The performance of an "all tube with quality circuitry" in a high end amplifier is mostly noticed when performing live and loud. This is where most computer-chip/solid state amps fail miserably. You can't just turn them up or down without having to create a completely new patch that works. Devil Begone! DeVille Befriend!No go out and heal thyself!Since I have two Hot Rod DeVille's already... I'm buying me one of those new Fender Twin amps with all the missing features!Yes... the knobs go to "12" - but you won't turn it up much passed "5 or 6." - Full and tight tone with the 10" Speakers moving a mass of air.One may want to consider getting a volume adjusting box or something to put into the FX loop so as to cut back on the volume without sacrificing the tone, because you need to crank up tube amps a little to get "that tone" out of them. *(you must play tube amps to understand what "that tone" actually is.)Thank You & Good Night.Greg Lawrence22 guitars and 9 amps."If only they made the TWIN with 4x10" speakers...Hmmm?
Most Liked Negative Review
Great amp...Mine Caught on Fire Though!!!
This is a great amp. I bought the 410 version. I have a morely tripler so I run this and a old fender super. The tone is KILLER!. Superb clean tones, with...Read complete review
This is a great amp. I bought the 410 version. I have a morely tripler so I run this and a old fender super. The tone is KILLER!. Superb clean tones, with a bright crisp top end especially with strats and teles but also a more than punchy bass end! On the driver channel the drive starts to get a little muddy around 5 and 6 at low volumes but crank this sucker and you got superb tube saturation! Serious blues and jazz players won't even use the gain that high. You will be amazingly pleased with this amp!One problemMINE BLEW UP!!! TWICE!! Just my luck i guess. I am not buying this amp again.Fender make a version that doesn't blow up and I will be happy to try it out. Keep in mind both amps were straight out of the box brand spankin' new!Keep in mind when this amp runs..pshh Don't go any further! But Mine blew so eh
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Had this amp for 2 years. By itself you've got to work at it to make it NOT sound awesome. I got it to be dual purpose for me. Using it clean to run out from my effects for power, which it handles admirably. Also for if I just wanted/needed to plug straight in, no effects; which it handles amazingly. If your looking at the Super Reverb in comparison, I'd advise the Deville 4x10. The SR is great for pure sound for your effects set up but has no drive channel and the Deville is considerably less expensive, plus it has 15 more watts . Which depending you may or may not need cause this amp is stupid loud. I run at maybe 3-4 durring practice and can confirm from a previous review that it starts to break up at 7-8. Only reason I didn't give it perfect marks is because this is NOT a boutiqe amp. It does not have all the fancy features. But if you know the add-ons to get, you don't need them onboard and you can save yourself a bunch of money(ahem... Hot Plate). Buy it now and start exercising your cheeks to be smiling from ear to ear!
Whether I use my stratocaster or my jazz guitar, I get great tones from this amplifier. I love the 10" speaker sound.
I bought this amp 3 weeks ago.It's the best amp I've ever had. The clean channel is very smooth and rich while the overdrive has earth-shaking tone with that deep tube punch. Although my neighbors probably aren't happy,I love it!
This amp is the best thing that ever happened to me. I play in a hard emo band so great distortion is on top of my priority list. This amp, being tube, delivers just that and more. Great tone must have been the reason that Fender made it. As with most tube amps though, they really don't bring out their greatest sound until cranked. I turned this monster up the first day i got it. One word: neighbors were not happy. This thing really has a great shimmering high end sound while still remaining responsive and retaining good sounding low end. This amp is a lot better compared to some of the similar amps like Peavey or even Rivera or anything like that. If you are into rock, emo, blues, or anything that demands great sounding distortion, then this is the amp for you.
I bought one of these amps last year, just to play around with, and its awesome. Its got a good distoriton channel and everything else is worth the money. The last thing....ITS LOUD. If you do not want a loud amp it is not for you!
I have always wished that I had never sold my old 68 Fender Super Reverb. But now I don't feel as bad. I just bought a Hot Rod DeVille 410 and the magic is back!! The clean channel is PERFECT and the drive channel is the sound of a lost old friend! Just stunning!
I have an 84 model that my dad purchased rather cheaply but after a few tube replacements and reverb work this thing is awesome. it has perfect tone and i think works best with a strat. i am mostly a blues player so this amp puts the meaning to the word traditional sound. seriously a good buy and worth a good memory
I love this amp. I have tried out many different amps before, but I bought this one and have been completely satisfied! I have had it for over two years now and it is still working great! The tone is amazing and fairly simple to set up. I have run strats, tele's, les pauls, and prs' through it and they all sound wonderful. I even took it to nashville to record on a project. I switched off between it and a 50's fender bassman. both sounded awesome. I love tube amps, and this one is definitley up there wit hthe best. I don't know why these things don't sell for over a thousand.
Now this is a very popular amp and I was considering buying it for gigging. I've played this amp a lot and have developed a strong opinion on it. It's a fine amplifier, the cleans sound good but they're deffinitely not the greatest. the distortion on this amp is just terrible though, even for blues I'd say. a solid distortion pedal like a seymour duncan twin tube should do the job, but at 800 bucks I wouldnt want to still need to buy pedals for my tone. the reverb sounds pretty good but can get pretty crazy, but its not footswitchable which is ridiculous in my opinion. you can buy them cheaper used because everyone has one, and its plenty loud for gigs but I'd say the hot rod deluxe would be a better way to go because of its price and less over the top volume and more tone. I skipped this amp and bought a mesa booge lonestar which I love, and got it cheap for around a thousand. or you can check out the fender twin amp, not reissue, which is a lot better than this overall. a fine amp but I dont think you get your moneys worth.
This is the best sound available to the tone conscious guitarist today! That is short of the old Fenders and copies thereof.