How many watts is the Fender Ultimate Chorus?
About the amp By 1995, Fender re-dubbed it the “Ultimate Chorus.” This is a 2 X 65W solid state amp. It has two foot-switchable channels, with built-in reverb and, of course, chorus, and two input jacks. You can play it stereo at 65W, or mono at 130W.
How much does a Fender Ultimate Chorus weigh?
It’s 19 x 26 x 10.25 inches, but weighs only 40 pounds, compared to the Twin’s 64 pounds. The difference is due primarily to a lighter amplifier without bulky transformers and a heavy chassis to support them.
How much is a Fender Princeton Chorus worth?
It’s not unusual to see the Fender Princeton Chorus, in good condition, listed for between AUD $300 – $500. They are, not surprisingly, more common and appropriately cheaper in the USA at around USD $200 – $300.
What is the warmest sounding Fender amp?
Tweeds always sound like the warmest fenders to me, especially the 30-40 watters like the bassman, pro, and low-power twin. Some of the larger blackface amps are quite warm as well – the super and twin reverb come to mind. A tweed deluxe or champ is probably your best bet.
Are all Fender amps made in China?
Apparently, all Fender amps are now made in Mexico, except for their custom shop models such as the EC line. Not sure if this is a big deal or not. I love stuff that says Made in the USA on it. It just doesn’t seem the same if it does not say that.
How do I identify my Fender amp?
More recent models are have a sticker. If you want to know the production year of Fender amplifier, you can decipher it with the serial number decoder. On the inside of the cabinets of Fender amplifiers that were built after 1950 and before 1970, a sticker is generally attached.
Are Marshall amps made in the USA?
Where others such as Fender, Marshall, and Vox have all started mass producing from abroad, Thunder Funk still manufactures its amps in the US. Each amplifier is hand made in America.