Fender Blackface Vibroverb 1964


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Super Rare 1964 Blackface Vibroverb

A great example of the first production Fender amp to feature their now famous reverb circuit.

A one-time favourite of Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Blackface Vibroverb kicks out 40w through a 1×15 speaker offering up rich cleans and coaxing that classic touch-sensitive Fender break up when pushed.

This Vibroverb originally came to us back in 2005, care of the late great Alan Rogan, who was selling the amp on behalf of guitarist/vocalist Andy Fairweather-Low.  Andy had used this amp as a spare during his tenure with Eric Clapton’s touring band in ’94-’95:  note the interesting stickers attached to the back of the speaker (pictured in the product images).

Footswitch included.

110v, step-down transformer required for UK, not provided.

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