Fender Blues Junior
Fender Blues Junior

Blues Junior, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Fender in the Blues Junior series.

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mooseherman 25/06/2010

Fender Blues Junior : Recensione di mooseherman (content in English)

"I love this amp!"

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This is a tube amp made by Fender, one of the most well-known and loved Fender tube amps in existence. There are reverb, master, middle, bass, treble, "Fat", and volume controls on the amp. There is only one channel. The amp has 15 watts of power. There is a simple 1/4" input. The amp has a 12" speaker.


Getting a good sound out of this is pretty easy. It has a similar sound to most Fender amps when in the normal mode. The controls are enough to really tweak the sound a bit, but the amp is basically gonna sound like a Fender amp regardless. The "fat" setting, though, is where the amp gets its name. It definitely fattens the sound up nicely for blues. Between the EQs and the two settings, this amp delivers plenty.


This amp sounds phenomenal. It's bright and sparkly with just enough low end and middle to round it out. With the "fat" switch depressed, it's a thick, rich tone that still shines on top. I really love the sound of the "fat" setting with a Fender Strat, or even a Les Paul. It's just a rich, meaty sound that recalls the Fender Twin's classic sound, as well as the Champ. It does have it's own distinct qualities though.


I think the sound of this amp is obviously the best thing about it, it's got such a great tone. It really brings out the sound of the instrument well, and it's crystal clear while still being gritty. The "fat" setting alone sets it apart from the rest. While not distorting it per se, it definitely enhances it to rock it a bit more. I think that this is a reasonably priced amp considering what some of the other Fender Amps tend to go for.