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The tweed-covered Fender Bassman of the later 1950s is often called “the grandfather of all guitar amps.” What started as a professional companion to the Precision Bass became one of the most beloved GUITAR amps of all time, due to its simplicity, versatility, wide dynamic range, warm tube overdrive characteristics, and full frequency, stage-filling power…not to mention its roadworthiness! At the dawn of the 1960s, Fender Tweed amps evolved into brown, blonde, and ultimately blackface models later in that decade. Besides their obvious cosmetic evolution, the amps were redesigned each time to be brighter and cleaner sounding
Bassbreaker series guitar amplifiers represent another colour and tone, a parallel evolution, where the Fender DNA gets put through the lens of getting DIRTIER. As if it was in step with the dawn of hard rock, the new series takes the 45-watt 1959 Bassman platform and “breaks” it, with early Fender block-letter logo, black tweed covering, and refined pointer knobs hinting at this stylistic evolution. The choice of EL-34 and EL-84 power tubes hint at amps from the British companies who “borrowed” Fender circuits in the 1960s. The sound is pure, unadulterated tube goodness. From the 45-watt flagship, we work down into lower wattage models that are particularly suited to a variety of uses and venues. Each Bassbreaker amp has a unique application and feature set, all with the professional tone and demeanor that today’s rock players will appreciate.
FENDER BASSBREAKER 18/30
Four EL84 tubes for aggressive midrange tonality
Channel One is a 30-Watt version of the Blackface Fender Deluxe for bell-like clean tones
Channel Two is an 18-Watt version of the 1961 brown Deluxe amp for clean tones that can be easily cranked into warm, greasy overdrive
2 x 12 Celestion V-type speakers in combo
Als je bestelling door de brievenbus past, kost de verzending € 2,95.
Vanaf € 75 gratis verzending binnen Nederland!