Fender Blues DeVille Reviews
At new these amps come in at around $ 999, which is a little more than the Hot Rod series. If you are into the blues style tone and voicing and want a solid durable gigging amp then this is about the best you can get aside form some boutique builder. The tone is warm and full of driving blues tones that will get you excited to come home from wor... [read more on Audiofanzine]iamqman rated this unit on 2011-07-12.
I have tried just about all 4/10" combos on the market. For a classic clean tone that is suitable for any situation this amplifier is as good as it gets for the money. [read more on Audiofanzine]Lee Anderson rated this unit on 2007-12-29.
This really is the best blues/jazz amp around for the money. Larry Carlton and Robben Ford etc use Dumble amps which sound great, but not really that much better than the Blues Deville. I play a Tele and a 335 (copy) and both these guitars suit this amp completely - the fat clean sound from the semi is superb. I also use a GT3 effects unit whi... [read more on Audiofanzine]David M rated this unit on 2001-08-01.
I almost sold this for another amp with more kick-a distortion but I couldn't part with it. The clean channel is to die for. If you are looking for great looks and vintage bluesy sounds with enough power to peel paint off the walls, this is the amp for you. [read more on Audiofanzine]Kelly Conroy rated this unit on 2001-06-26.
Sure I wanted a tube amp: got what I expected. Next one will be a Mesa Amp, Around the same price but a lot smaller. Great gear if you got place where to put it. [read more on Audiofanzine]Magnus rated this unit on 2001-06-26.
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