Hands down the best and most versatile small tube amp being built today. Fender has taken what has been the best selling amp design for the past decade and made it even better. They have sent the tone gnomes into the machine and modified the actual tone circuit to give this amp an even better sound that will undoubtedly secure its supremacy for the next decade. The new preamp offers much better clarity and definition on the clean circuit and what it has done to the overdrive side is spectacular. The newly designed circuit for the spring reverb brings a further warmth to your reverb tones as well. All in all perhaps the best bang for the buck in the tube amp world.
The modified preamp circuitry offers greater tonal definition and clarity, even when pushing the amp into overdrive, so your tone remains articulate no matter how hard you push it.
This amp’s modified spring reverb offers the same luscious ambient sound you know and love, but with improved smoothness to dial in your sound at any volume.
Celestion speakers are acclaimed worldwide for their distinctly rock ‘n’ roll flavor, with a more modern sound and utterly classic roar when pushed.
The Blues Junior IV features the classic Fender look of sparkling silver grille cloth, lightly aged to give it even more mojo.
The included 1-button footswitch is used to remotely activate the “Fat” switch, boosting the midrange for pronounced tonal thickness when soloing.
Designed for easy transport, the comfortable handle makes it easy to transport your amp and the steel reinforcement band ensures the handle stays intact.
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