1967 Fender Pro Reverb Amp – Blackface

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Model:Pro Reverb Amp – Blackface
Tubes:GZ34 – 2X 6L6GC – 2X 12AT7 – 12AX7 – 3 x 7025
Watts:40 Watts
Condition:Excellent +

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1967 Fender Pro Reverb Amp – Blackface

We present an original 1967 Fender Pro Reverb amplifier blackface. Made in Fullerton, California.

The 1967 Fender Pro Reverb has skyrocketed in popularity over the years, though it took a while to get there. Considered “too weak” for the mid-1960s market, today they’re beloved for their signature blackface sound and breakup at much more manageable volumes than a Twin Reverb or the piggyback amps.

Standing in at 40 watts with two 12″ speakers, the Pro Reverb is essentially a dialed-back Twin — smaller transformers, half the power tubes and a tube rectifier produce a saggier sound that drives much earlier. This fantastic stage amp has seen a renaissance over the last couple decades and has become a wildly popular stage amp for bands touring mid-sized clubs.

All transformers and essential components are original. This Fender Pro Reverb amplifier is in excellent + condition that is serviced with new capacitors, resistors and a new three pronged cable so it can run perfectly. Original Jensen speakers are in great shape and sound fantastic. Just a super clean example!

The amp is fully serviced and ready to be played.

To keep it as original as possible you need a stepdown transformer. We have these in stock and can be purchased through Guitar Hunter. https://guitarhunter.dk/product/toroidy-ats300va-stepdown-converter-230-110v/

  • Serial number: A 05170.
  • Jensen Speaker date: 39th week Of 1967.
  • Output transformer date: 34th week of 1966.
  • Power transformer date: 45th Week Of 1966.
  • Reverb transformer: 40th Week Of 1966.
  • Tube chart: QP.


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