Fender Blues Junior III
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Loud enough for small venue performances. Works well with numerous pedals and boards. Tube amp gives great clarity and perfect tone with good warmth.
The Cons:Not enough power for larger venues. No built-in patches, only basic tone adjustments.
The Blues Junior III is a tube-powered electric guitar amplifier from Fender that offers a step-down from the Hot Rod Deluxe III model and a step-up from the Pro Junior III model. Featuring a single 12-inch Eminence brand "Lighting Bolt", this model includes 15 watts of continuous power output within a one-channel housing.
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A black control panel is included for glare-free levelling while on stage or in bright lighting conditions, with "Chicken Head"-style amp knobs for full adjustability of Reverb, Master Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble and "Fat" mode parameters. Fender's classic "Dog Bone" handle is included for rugged and reliable toting, alongside a Black textured coating with Blackface-style grille cloth. In addition, the company's classic "Spring Reverb" effect has been integrated into the unit, helping users achieve much sought-after blues guitar tones.
- Black textured vinyl covering
- Blackface-style Black/Silver grille cloth
- 15 watts, 120 volts
- 1 12-inch Eminence Lightning Bolt speaker
- Chrome hardware
- Red Jewel pilot light
- Fender Dog Bone handle
- Built-in Spring Reverb effect
- Reverb, Master, Middle, Bass, Treble, Fat switch and Volume controls
- Rattle-reducing shock absorbers
- Chicken head-style amp knobs
User Reviews (3)
loud enough for small venue performances
works well with numerous pedals and boards
tube amp gives great clarity and perfect tone with good warmth
small enough to be easily carried around
tone adjustments are precise and don't reduce the signal quality at all
usage is very simple, no learning curve at all
not enough power for larger venues
no built-in patches, only basic tone adjustments
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