The Fender numbers tell the story of the company over the years. Unfortunately, the serial number placement is sporadic and many ID numbers over lap between years and models. In many instances, there is no exact known date for a specific guitar.
Blackface amps were immediately popular upon release and used on numerous famous recordings. They continue to be a backline and recording mainstay of musicians who seek a great, chimey Fender clean and, when pushed, a classic overdriven tone. Fender offered a full range of amps in their Blackface line, ranging from the diminutive Champ to the massive Twin Reverb. Cosmetically, the amps featured the aforementioned black control panels with white lettering, black tolex protective covering, and silver thread grille cloth. Built like a proverbial tank, these 50-plus-year-old amps will be rocking way into the future.
A great retro combo at a reasonable price. Pros Great tone, great looks and the Fender badge. Cons The reverb could do with being a touch warmer. Image 1 of 2 Six classic skirted control knobs adorn the iconic black panel Fender '65 Princeton Reverb Reissue Image 2 of 2 Speaker and footswitch outputs and reverb in and out Fender '65 Princeton Reverb Reissue As with Fender's wonderful Deluxe, the Princeton was one of the very first amps Leo made under his own name - dating all the way back to 1946 - and one of the few model names to remain in more or less continuous production, seeing out Fender's less well-known 'Ivy League' amps, the Yale and Harvard. Everyone has their own favourite version of this wonderful small amplifier, and at the risk of offending some of the tweed fanatics out there, we reckon that with this reissue of the reverb-equipped 1965 variant Fender has probably picked the one that's garnered the most praise over the years.
Да еще и в смежных комнатах. Приревновав собственную мать к ее же любовнику, Дэбби совершает свое первое убийство, а любовь к школьному учителю, граничащая с безумием, толкает Дэбби на новые кровавые преступления.