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To keep your Fender amplifier looking and sounding its best, authentic parts are the way to go. Whether you're looking for a replacement or just getting ready to customize your amp to get that extra touch of stage presence, you'll find what you need here. With a little bit of tinkering, you'll be on the way to making your amplifier truly one-of-a-kind. Speakers are one of the most important parts of any Fender amp, so you'll find plenty of those to choose from. For a big 15" amp like the BXR 300C, BXR 115B, M-80 Bass or Bassman 1-15, there's the Fender 15" Standard Replacement Speaker. You can also dial it back to 12", which comes in 4 and 8-ohm varieties. A few options are also here for 10", such as the Vintage Ceramic Replacement Speaker for the Hot Rod DeVille 410 and Pro Junior. It all depends on the size your amplifier takes.

Fender's catalog is well-stocked with a range of practical amplifier parts that make good replacements or simple quality-of-life improvements to your rig. Pick up some new glides to mount underneath the enclosure, for example-or for a big amp, a set of casters to make it easier to handle and move around the stage. If you want to use your amp as a monitor, some tilt-back legs will get it to the angle you want.

Blurring the line between practical and cosmetic are options like handles and corners, which can be replacements for your amp's stock hardware or a way to change up its visual impact. To really customize the look of the amp, try out a new jewel or a new set of knobs. The chicken-head knobs, for instance, are the perfect way to give your Fender amplifier a great vintage look.

Whatever you're looking for-stock replacements, upgrades, or a cosmetic facelift-Fender amplifier parts have your back when you want to work on your amp. Keeping the amplifier in good shape and adding those personal touches are important steps to really making it yours.