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