Fender Blues Junior Reviews
I purchased this amp as I was looking for a small, lightweight combo for gigs. I absolutely love it, so much so that I thought I would wright an in-depth review of the amp on my hubpage. [b]C... [read more on Audiofanzine]Adam Harkus rated this unit on 2015-10-05.
[b]Overview[/b] The Fender Blues Jr. is easily one of Fender's most popular guitar amplifiers of the past decade. In addition to the classic black tolex model, there have been several limited ed... [read more on Audiofanzine]azraik rated this unit on 2015-04-07.
I play an Epiphone Les Paul Studio Limited Edition through this one and all of a sudden I'm a rocker (I'm really not, but it sure seems like I am and that is all that is important!) The thing about this amp is that it is fun and because it's not that expensive, you won't be worried about how much you paid. .I recommend this to anyone not just us... [read more on Audiofanzine]yoTrakkz rated this unit on 2011-11-09.
All in all I think the Fender Blues Junior is a great little amp for someone looking for a great portable and good sounding Fender amp for small gigs or recording. Many players have used these over the years and they're very popular around the world. They sell for about $300 used which is a good deal considering how good the tones are for the pr... [read more on Audiofanzine]King Loudness rated this unit on 2011-11-01.
Great basic clean amp for quite a few things: gigging, playing at home or recording if you have a versatile board that can accommodate for the different sounds you want. But the amp itself is more like a transparent-ish amp for your style. You can mold it to do what you want depending on the gear you have. By itself it is nothing but a good clea... [read more on Audiofanzine]nickname009 rated this unit on 2011-08-24.
The perfect little Fender combo. Probably one of Fenders best innovations in the last few decades. I?ve seen these used in all kinds of applications, they make perfect bedroom/college dorm amps, yet still have enough power on tap for jams and concerts. The best part is, they can be had used for around $300 which is almost a steal considering wha... [read more on Audiofanzine]denied rated this unit on 2011-08-01.
I think the sound of this amp is obviously the best thing about it, it's got such a great tone. It really brings out the sound of the instrument well, and it's crystal clear while still being gritty. The "fat" setting alone sets it apart from the rest. While not distorting it per se, it definitely enhances it to rock it a bit more. I think that ... [read more on Audiofanzine]mooseherman rated this unit on 2010-06-25.
I've been using the Fender Blues Junior for about a year or so and it is probably my favorite amp out there that is 15 watts or less. I still can't believe how loud this amp can get and I never seem to have it any louder than three or four as it gets too loud. The price is quite reasonable since it is so small - this is a really good bang for ... [read more on Audiofanzine]moosers rated this unit on 2009-09-04.
The Blues Junior delivers the gamut of Fender amp tones, minus the Fender effects. In my amp shopping I played several mid and high end Fender Tube amps, and almost settled with a used ’59 Bassman Reissue, but ultimately settled on the Blues Junior. This amp is serious about tone, and the tone on this amp rivals the very best of Fender tube am... [read more on Audiofanzine]DPH rated this unit on 2003-10-30.
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