The Fender Pro Reverb amps of the 1960s share many similarities with its big sister, the Twin Reverb. These big box reverb combos, fitted with two 12" speakers, have been loved and celebrated alike for decades. There are also couple differences that set the Twin and Pro Reverb apart. The Pro Reverb is notably lighter than the Twin. Also, the Pro Reverb is capable of delivering amazing warm - natural broken up tones at much lower volumes without pealing the paint off of your house or getting you fired from a gig!
This 1966 example is in great shape cosmetically, displaying only some minor scuffs and a couple very small corner tears but nothing aggressive at all. All transformers and choke date to 1966, newer Sprague Atom caps have been stalled as well as a pair of Weber 12F150s which sound amazing in this amp. Recently serviced, this amp rocks and is ready to go! Comes complete with non-original foot switch.Please email or call with any questions.
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|Number of Channels||2|
|Total Power/Type||Class A/B|
|Speaker/Size||2 x 12" Weber 12F150s|
|Preamp Tubes||4 x 12AX7, 2 x 12AT7|
|Power Tubes||2 X 6L6, 1 x 5AR4 ( rectifier )|
||Channel 1 - Vol, Treb., Bass Channel 2 - Vol, Treb, Bass, Rev, Speed and Intensity|
|Footswitch Included||Yes ( non original )|
Foot Switch / Non Original.