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Fender Deluxe

Vintage Bench Test: 1960s Fender Deluxe Shootout

Fender Deluxe amplifiers date back to the early days of the company but, by the mid-1960s, they were almost unrecognisable when compared to amps from the tweed era. We take a look at what happened during the first half of the 60s and compare amplifiers from the brown and black-panel eras.

Fender Deluxe Strat HSS & Classic ‘68 Strat Texas Special review

Two new Strats separated by 5,000 miles of Pacific Ocean, inspired by very different eras.

Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass Okoume review

This updated take on the Jazz Bass format isn’t flashy, but it’s a worthy, understated, all-rounder.

Fender’s Strat Jazz Deluxe is a twangy mashup of two classic guitar designs

It flips the concept of the Jazz Strat introduced last year.

Fender pulls no punches with the Troublemaker Tele Deluxe Bigsby

It’s a triple-humbucker beast with eight unique voices on tap.

Fender’s Troublemaker Telecaster Deluxe is suited for “aggressive playing”

It features a mahogany build and custom Double Tap humbuckers.

Fender announces Tone Master Deluxe and Twin Reverb models in blonde

Fender's revered modelling combos have been refreshed with a new blonde tolex, updated speakers alongside new acoustic amps
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Has Fender won the modelling amp war with the Tone Master Deluxe Reverb?

We A/B it with a vintage 1965 Blackface Deluxe Reverb.

Review: Fender Tone Master Deluxe Reverb and Twin Reverb

Promising classic Blackface tones, impulse response direct outputs, handy switchable power options and around a 50 per cent reduction in weight, does Fender’s Tone Master series spell the end for the humble valve amp?

You Ask: What amp is a quieter alternative to the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe?

Want those high-headroom Fender Hot Rod Deluxe cleans at manageable volumes? These substitutes should suffice.
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