Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 III
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Tone is pure and clean, sound is lossless and undistorted. Reverb sounds natural and beautiful. Enough power for gigs, enough definition at the low end for home practice.
The Cons:Distorted channel is low quality, better to run a distortion pedal through the clean channel. Slight hum with a Telecaster turned all the way up. Not many effects built in.
The Hot Rod DeVille 410 III is a tube-powered electric guitar amplifier from Fender that offers a step-up from the company's Hot Rod DeVille 212 III model. Featuring four 10-inch Eminence brand Special Design speakers, this model has a total output power of 60 watts, with two functional inputs and a total of 120 volts available.
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In classic Hot Rod style, Fender has included chrome hardware, a red amp jewel and a "Dog Bone" handle for reliable portability, in addition to the company's standard Black textured vinyl covering and Blackface-style grille cloth. The "Spring Reverb" effect has been integrated directly into the unit for authentic blues tone recreation, alongside a full control set featuring "Chicken Head" style knobs for precise control over Presence, Reverb, Master Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble, Drive Select, Drive Volume and Brightness. An custom-fitting amplifier cover is also included for increased protection when the unit is not in use, preventing scuffs and tearing as well as elemental damage during transportation.
- Black textured vinyl covering
- Blackface-style Black/Silver grille cloth
- 60 watts, 120 volts
- 4 10-inch special-design Eminence speakers
- Chrome hardware
- Fender Dog Bone handle
- Built-in Spring Reverb effect
- Presence, Reverb, Master Volume, Middle, Bass, Treble, Drive Select switch, Drive Volume, Bright switch controls
- 2-button, 3-function footswitch included
- Chicken head-style amp knobs
- Red amp jewel
- Normal, Drive and More Drive channels
User Reviews (1)
tone is pure and clean, sound is lossless and undistorted
reverb sounds natural and beautiful
enough power for gigs, enough definition at the low end for home practice
distorted channel is low quality, better to run a distortion pedal through the clean channel
slight hum with a Telecaster turned all the way up
not many effects built in
tubes will need occasional replacing over the years
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