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It’s a necessary step for mass production and cost reduction.Going over to the tone of the Deluxe Reverb reissue, we can comment and state that the amp felt quite a bit more stiff and was also brighter than any of the various original units we’ve played.But in many cases, a speaker swap can give you the largest bang for the buck when focusing on improving an amplifier.

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For the time being however, our goal was to take a Fender Reissue amp of some type and upgrade it with a simple speaker swap and report the results.

It has been our experience that the Fender Reissues generally have used marginal speakers at best.

When thinking about the individual cost of the speakers and comparing that with the other individual components that make up an amplifier, speakers turn out to be one of, if not the most, expensive pieces used.

So what does this often translate to for manufacturers looking to cut costs? Take the greatest amp in the world and run it through the wrong/incorrect speakers and your tone will suffer no matter what you do – until of course you correct the problem directly and replace the speaker(s).

The Fender Deluxe Reverb is a guitar amplifier made originally by Fender Electric Instruments which became Fender Musical Instruments in early 1965 when the company was purchased by CBS, and now by Fender.

It was first introduced in 1963 by incorporating an onboard spring reverb tank to the newly redesigned Fender Deluxe amplifier.

So i was at the local music shoppe and i picked up a fender twin, i believe it is a reissue, the guy there couldn't tell me much about it. So i was at the local music shoppe and i picked up a fender twin, i believe it is a reissue, the guy there couldn't tell me much about it. It also has not Jensen speakers, but fender musical instrument speakers. The footswitch will tell you if it's a re-issue the older Twins use an "RCA" jack for the pedal the re-issues use a 1/4" jack there are a lot of ways of telling if it's a re-issue, but that's the quickest for me I have never worked with the newer ones, so I can't help you date it, sorry So i was at the local music shoppe and i picked up a fender twin, i believe it is a reissue, the guy there couldn't tell me much about it. It also has not Jensen speakers, but fender musical instrument speakers.

I got it for 500 dollars, it had been in the store for 4 years, i think that's why he sold it for so little. I got it for 500 dollars, it had been in the store for 4 years, i think that's why he sold it for so little. I got it for 500 dollars, it had been in the store for 4 years, i think that's why he sold it for so little.

We’ve often discussed at Legendary Tones the fact that your tone can often only be as strong as its weakest link.

With amplifiers themselves, often the weakest link turns out to be the speaker used.

The Deluxe Reverb is a 22-watt tube amplifier (at 8 ohms), powered by a pair ("duet") of 7408/6V6GT power tubes, one GZ34/5AR4 rectifier tube, four 7025/12AX7 tubes for preamplification and tremolo oscillation, and two 6201/12AT7 tubes driving the reverb and phase inverter circuits.