Pornchat man for women - Dating new fender amps

The Vibrolux Reverb has become a very popular amp since The Tone Quest Report published the article “Under 40 Watt of Whoop Ass“, awarding the VR as the most preferred low wattage Fender amp.

A stock VR offers a wide range of tonal possibilities and can be both big and small with just a few minor tricks.

Out of the box the silverfaces and blackfaces will fit many occasions and are therefore not widely discussed in terms of serious mods like, for instance, the Princeton Reverb.

dating new fender amps-40

The Jensen serial number starts with 220 followed by production year X(X) and week nr YY.

We have had a silverface Vibrolux in our gear basement with a set of blue labeled “Fender” CTS speakers (serial number 137-XXYY).

You may compare these with your own speakers to determine what you have.

Summary The 35w blackface Vibrolux Reverb (VR) is the smallest member of the blackface/silverface 6L6 Fender amp family.

Its strength lies in the sweetness and early breakup caused by the smaller transformers than the Super Reverb, Vibroverb and Pro Reverb.

The Vibrolux is quite similar to the Pro Reverb 2×12″ except for the smaller speakers, output transformer and power transformer. 10″s provide a more scooped, responsive, punchy and sparkling sound than 12 inch speakers.

If we wanted to get more breakup from the amp for some raw blues tones and keep he same volume, we did the following: Playing the amp around volume 5 and 6 gives a raw, unfiltered texas blues tone out of the single 10″ Weber 10A150.

Here is a video that gradually demonstrates the effects of some of the mods and tricks described here.

We would like to talk about one very cool BF Vibrolux we came over in 2010.

It was loaded with one Weber 10A150 and one Jensen C10q delivering together a decent, loud clean sound and with firm lows.

The following chart, was originally printed in VG magazine, by Gerald Weber.

Tags: , ,