The flagship of the modern Fender tube amps has been upgraded and it is amazing! The Hot Rod Deville has a full, warm, and versatile sound that can easily handle any pedals you throw at it. 60 watts of power provides plenty of headroom and the rejoiced tone circuit gives you even greater tonal flexibility. The reverb has been reworked and it spectacular as well. We love this amp and can most heartedly recommend this as a phenomenal gigging rig!
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 go.
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 Hot Rod Deville IV features the classic Fender look of sparkling silver grille cloth, lightly aged to give it even more mojo.
Lightweight, yet strong, pine was used to craft Fender amps in the 1950s and ’60s, making for more resonant and more “musical” speaker cabinets.
Always listening to feedback from musicians, we’re redesigned the control panel graphics, making it easier to use during live performances.
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