As the standard by which many guitarists judge tone, the Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb two-channel combo amp is loud, full, and clear.
One of the most recorded amps of all time, the Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb has been the standard by which many guitarists judge tone for more than 50 years. This two-channel, 22-watt combo amp has two normal inputs, two vibrato inputs, and a single Jensen speaker. Its legendary sound emanates from four 12AX7 tubes and two 12AT7 tubes in the preamp section, and two 6V6 tubes and one 5AR4 (Rectifier) tube in the power stage.
The Deluxe Reverb is loud, full, and clear. It weighs just 42 pounds so it is very manageable. The second channel features a tube-driven spring reverb and vibrato with speed and intensity controls, and each channel gets its own two-band EQ to carve out the perfect sound. The included two-button footswitch turns the vibrato on and off. This is one of those amps, like many others on this list, that you just can’t find any bad reviews of. Nobody ever says this amp sounds bad and you don’t stay king of the hill this long for nothing.