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For decades, the vintage Fender tweed amps of the 1950s have been touted as some of the holy grails of tone - and for good reason. There's only one catch: since they were made so many decades ago, original tweeds have gotten rare and hard to find. Good thing Fender decided to re-issue them! In this lineup of Fender '57 Custom amplifiers, you'll find all the best things about the vintage models faithfully reproduced. Powered by 12AY7 and 12AX7 preamp tubes in hand-wired 5E and 5F-series circuits, they're almost like taking a time machine back to a '50s music store. But thankfully, you won't need a flux capacitor to get your hands on one of these amps.There's nothing ordinary about these legendary amplifiers, but the universal truths still hold - like the fact that getting the best performance means picking out the right configuration for your needs. Looking for a compact, low-powered amp to handle small gigs, jam sessions and recording? The Fender '57 Custom Champ 5W 1x8 Tube Guitar Amp makes short work of that. Playing bigger venues that call for something packing a little more punch? There's a 12W version built on a 12" driver, and above that, a 26W model boasting a 15" cone. And if you're the type to believe that two is better than one, make sure to take a look at the Fender '57 Custom Twin 40W 2x12 Tube Guitar Amp, which doubles up the Eminence Alnico speakers to put its higher output to good use.However much wattage and speaker real estate you like in a combo amp, you can find a good fit in this selection of Fender '57 Custom amplifiers. They might be re-issues, but Fender went to great lengths to re-create the originals as faithfully as they could - and it definitely shows in the sparkly cleans and creamy overdrive. These amps are versatile enough for just about any genre, and they practically jump at the chance to make your favorite effects pedals shine. Just try not to brag too hard once you have one of your own... jealousy isn't a good look for your guitar-playing friends!