Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb 2-Channel 22-Watt 1x12" Guitar Combo

Overview

If you want the 1968 silverface Fender Deluxe Reverb without shelling out a crazy amount of cash, check out the Fender '68 Deluxe Reverb, the company's model reissue. This 22W 1x12 combo amp is totally tube-powered and serves to pay homage to the original '68 Deluxe Reverb, sporting the classic look and sound of its predecessor with some modern updates, like both channels containing both reverb and tremolo. The custom channel even has a modified Bassman tone stack for the ultimate in versatility.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb 2-Channel 22-Watt 1x12" Guitar Combo
Finish
  • Silverface
Year
  • 2013 - 2019
Categories
Speaker Configuration
  • 1x12"

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Reviews for the Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb 2-Channel 22-Watt 1x12" Guitar Combo
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  • Not useable

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    I've been playing professionally for 40+ years and have owned and used many amps in that time. I owned an original 68, as well as a 64,65, and 66. That said this amp doesn't sound remotely like any of them...with the exception of the reverb. That would not matter if it wasn't for the noise floor …

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  • First Tube Amp

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    Bought this for clean tones after many reviews and playing one at a music store. Couldn’t be happier. Beautiful clean tones and takes pedals great !

  • Verified Purchase

    Great amp!!

  • Like Swiss Army Knife

    Verified Purchase

    Have to say this is the first real Fender amp I've ever played and i totally dig it. Has great sound, beautiful breakup and has a super saggy feel which gives you the impression you have almost total control over the notes for effortless shaping. Takes pedals well, absolutely loves fuzz, overdrive a…

  • Nice Fender sound

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    I’m happy with this amp it sounds great and is perfect for small to medium size gigs. Having two different sounding channels is also a plus. I tried the 65 reissue at GC and wasn’t that impressed but the 68 really shines IMO. Like others have said there is a “pop” when you go to standby. Other than that no complaints.