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Two new Strats separated by 5,000 miles of Pacific Ocean, inspired by very different eras.
This updated take on the Jazz Bass format isn’t flashy, but it’s a worthy, understated, all-rounder.
Want those high-headroom Fender Hot Rod Deluxe cleans at manageable volumes? These substitutes should suffice.
Inspired by the four-string he used on GNR’s Appetite for Destruction.
And the brand got a blindfolded John 5 to demo it and guess the model.
The Hot Rod Deluxe is an institution – for two decades, Fender’s workhorse has been a fixture pubs, clubs, practice rooms and jam rooms the world over, and its versatility and fantastic tones have seen guitar players big and small come to rely on its charms for their live sound.
Fender Hot Rods have been around for over 20 years, and 2018 sees the fourth generation hit the streets. We test the latest versions of two of the world’s most popular amps.
A hand-wired Deluxe Reverb with blackface AB763 innards and a solid pine cabinet is the reissue many players have been dreaming of.
The hand-wired reissue of Blackface Deluxe Reverb tube amplifier bottles up authentic, mid-‘60s tone.
Fender’s latest Deluxe variant is tailored to The Edge’s arena-sized preferences. Has Huw Price found what he’s looking for?