Fender Hot Rod DeVille 212 III
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Combines a shimmer with a woody tone, very warm. Distortion is fine for modern rock music. Foot switch is handy, allows for some nice jumps in attack.
The Hot Rod DeVille 212 III is a tube-powered electric guitar amplifier from Fender that offers a step-down from the Hot Rod DeVille 410 III model and step-up from the Hot Rod Deluxe III model. Fitted with two 12-inch Celestion speakers with a total power output of 60 watts, this model is equipped with two inputs with a total of 120 volts available.
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Three selectable channels are included as well as an external footswitch unit for control of the Normal, Drive and More Drive functions, alongside a full control strip with individual adjustment of Presence, Reverb, Master Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble, Drive Select and Drive volume parameters. Fender's own "Spring Reverb" effect has been integrated, with multiple classic-style features such as a red amp jewel, chrome hardware and a "Dog Bone" handle built in for a vintage aesthetic. In addition, a custom amp cover ships with the unit for protection against general wear elemental damage, with Fender's rugged Black textured vinyl covering and Blackface-style grille cloth providing sufficient protection of the amplifier itself.
- Black textured vinyl covering
- Blackface-style Black/Silver grille cloth
- 60 watts, 120 volts
- 2 12-inch Celestion speakers
- Built-in Spring Reverb effect
- Presence, Reverb, Master Volume, Middle, Bass, Treble, Drive Select switch, Drive Volume and Bright switch controls
- Normal, Drive and More Drive channels
- Fender Dog Bone handle
- Chrome hardware
- Red amp jewel pilot light
- 2-button, 3-function footswitch included
- Chicken head-style amp knobs
User Reviews (2)
combines a shimmer with a woody tone, very warm
distortion is fine for modern rock music
foot switch is handy, allows for some nice jumps in attack
creates a satisfying enough tone not to need any pedal amps
pure and clean without any loss to the original sound
enough power output for medium and large venues
electronics are very solid, no hum when not playing
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