Fender Deluxe VM
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Tonal quality is rich and clear, very impressive. Good versatility, ideal for a variety of playing styles (rock, blues, folk, etc...). Comes with a foot switch to quickly shift between presets.
The Cons:Doesn't have the crisp edge needed for heavy metal or thrash style music. Only uses a single 12 inch driver, won't have quite the even frequency coverage as some dual-driver amps.
The Deluxe VM is a hybrid tube-powered/solid state electric guitar amplifier from the Fender company. Equipped with a single 12-inch Celestion speaker, this model has an overall power handling of 40 watts with a single-input housing.
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An integrated effects loop is included with send and return functionality, with Clean and Drive channels selectable via the included 4-button footswitch. Reverb, Delay and Chorus effects are built directly into the unit, with Treble, Bass and Volume controls for the Clean channel and Gain, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Effect Adjust, Time/Rate, Mix, Chorus and Depth controls for the Gain channel. The control panel strip is fitted along Fender's "Blackface"-style panel, preventing glare from stage lights or other light-intensive environments for precise and accurate parameter adjustment. The company's classic Black textured vinyl covering provides a vintage yet functional aesthetic alongside a Red amp jewel and a molded Black handle, with skirted amp knobs adding a modern touch for smooth levelling.
- Black textured vinyl covering
- 1 12-inch Celestion speaker
- Built-in Reverb, Delay and Chorus effects
- 40 watts power handling
- Clean channel controls: Volume, Treble, Bass
- Drive channel controls: Drive, Gain, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Reverb, Effects adjust, Time/Rate, Delay, Mix, Chorus, Depth
- Molded Black handle
- Red amp jewel
- 4-button footswitch included
- Skirted amp knobs
- Amp cover included
User Reviews (1)
tonal quality is rich and clear, very impressive
good versatility, ideal for a variety of playing styles (rock, blues, folk, etc...)
comes with a foot switch to quickly shift between presets
finding the ideal tone is pretty easy, very intuitive
enough power output for most small venues
built solid and sturdy, ideal for carrying around from one gig to the next
doesn't have the crisp edge needed for heavy metal or thrash style music
only uses a single 12 inch driver, won't have quite the even frequency coverage as some dual-driver amps
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