Fender introduced the Vibrolux Reverb Amp in 1964 as part of a rework of their amplifier line, in response to the ever growing demand for volume. The Vibrolux Reverb featured 30 watts into two ten inch speakers, and was plenty loud for many applications. It’s clean, chimey, but can overdrive nicely. It’s also not outrageously large or heavy and so is reasonable to carry around to gigs. The Vibrolux Reverb was produced until 1982.
This 1966 Blackface Fender Vibrolux Reverb Amplifier is in good working order, with a 3-prong power cable added and has been re-capped. One volume knob is a replacement. Comes with reverb/trem footswitch and the original Jensen C10Q 10-inch speakers.
Serial Number: A04027, built during 1966 in Fullerton, California, USA
Pricing: $2,750.00 CAD SOLD
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