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Fender Amps produce some of the best clean sounds in the market. Fender's amp building pedigree results in reliable, gig-ready guitar amps that work beautifully with pedals and provide a perfect platform for your creativity.
Fender Amps produce some of the best clean sounds in the market. Fender's amp building pedigree results in reliable, gig-ready guitar amps that work beautifully with pedals and provide a perfect platform for your creativity.Fender guitar amps like the Hot Rod, Blues Jr, and Princeton series are a favourite of professional musicians due to their tonal options and consistent quality. Notable Fender amp artists include Johnny Marr (The Smiths), George Benson and Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top).
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Whilst it was the Stratocaster and Telecaster that made Fender in to a household name, Leo Fender began making guitar amps before he manufactured guitars. The first amps were classic tube amps, but by the later 1960s the company began making solid state models too.
Fender guitar amps have been favourites of musicians across the musical spectrum from their invention in 1945. The Black Panel, Silver Panel, Brown Panel and Tweed Fender guitar amp ranges have come to help define the sound of many genres of music, from surf to shoegaze and country to electric blues.
In the 60s, John Lennon favoured the Deluxe Reverb. In the late 80s, Kurt Cobain used a ’65 Twin to record ‘Bleach’. Even the most modern bands such as Bloc Party, Radiohead, and Arctic Monkeys favour Fender’s timeless tone.