Studio Amp -
The Fender Vintage '65 Twin
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Fender '65 Twin Reverb Reissue - The Limited Edition Neo Celestion Creamback Wine Red Sweetwater combo guitar amp
Studio Role Description
A Primary Studio Amp: Stage Amp #2:
Fender '65 Twin Reverb Reissue - The Limited-Edition Neo Celestion Creamback Wine Red Sweetwater combo guitar amp is one of two “Stage Amps”.
Stage Amps are the primary tone amps in the Cave Studio and fed by a common tone-shaping pedalboard and distributed using a PreSonus BlueTube V2 two channel tube preamp
The pedalboard that feeds an Electro-harmonix SwitchBlade active distribution box that sends the pedalboard tone to the Stage Amps and a blending tone to the ZED 10 Analog Effects Mixer for a “Dry Feed” to the Wet/Dry/Wet triple amp configuration.
The Stage Amp pedalboard only uses “Drive” pedals:
• Transparent Drives: Klon Centaur clones
• Soft Clipping Drives
• Hard Clipping Distortion pedals
The last Drive stage is a Marshall “Amp-in-a-Box final tone shaping pedal.
The Sweetwater-exclusive Fender '65 Twin Reverb Neo is a meticulous reissue of a true American classic.
This iconic 85-watt all-tube combo amp serves up a definitive clean tone that's perfect for rock, country, blues, jazz, fusion, and more.
This amp is based on Fender's classic 1965 Blackface circuitry in an eye-catching limited-edition wine-red Tolex different look.
• A pair of Celestion G12 Neo Creamback speakers
• A lightweight solid pine cabinet that reduces the amp's overall weight to only 56 lbs.
The four Groove Tube 6L6 output tubes, the 65 Twin Reverb Neo supplies clean headroom while delivering a hefty 85 watts into four ohms.
The Twin is considered by many to be the ultimate pedal platform.
A modern version of the iconic American '80s tube amp and is Stage Amp #2
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