We believe that Leo Fender & Freddy Tavares designed & built some of the greatest amplifiers of all time.
Comes complete with two nickel-plated handle mounts and four wood screws. Chrome end hooks - replacement for vintage and modern Fender amps. Fits the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, Hot Rod Deville, Blues Deluxe, Blues Junior and Blues Deville, 59 Bassman reissue, as well as the original Tweed amps from the 1950s: Tweed Vibrolux, Tweed Twin, Tweed Tremolux, Tweed Super, Tweed Pro, Tweed Princeton, Tweed Harvard, Tweed Deluxe, Tweed Champ, and Tweed Bassman. Fits the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, Hot Rod Deville, Blues Deluxe, Blues Junior, Pro Junior, and Blues Deville, 59 Bassman reissue. This set of four bronze screws connects the speaker baffle board to the cabinet on Fender tweed combo amps from the 50s, as well as today's reissue tweed amps such as the Hot Rod Deluxe and 59 Bassman Reissue. For amps which require additional baffle screws, see the individual screw/nut part number SC-415, below.
Perfect for restoring that vintage amp in your closet! Black amplifier handle with vinyl sleeve over steel strap and one-screw mounting nickel-plated end caps. SPEAKER BAFFLE MOUNTING BRONZE SCREW AND STAINLESS STEEL KEPS NUT FOR Fender TWEED AMPS.
Since Fender did not continue the Vibroverb after the CBS takeover in 1965, most likely because players didn’t desire 1×15″ amps at that time, there are only a few blackface Vibroverb amps out there.
Given the hype and popularity, these few Vibroverbs are extremly valuable and collectable. First, the 15″ speaker sets it apart from most guitar amps.
In fact, there aren’t any different features or technical improvements in the Vibroverb that justifies its popularity. The Vibroverb did score among steel guitar players at the time.
The 15″ speakers are firm in the bass and have lots of sparkle but most importantly, they have an enormous spread carrying the lower mids to anyone on stage.If you are not familiar with working on vacuum tube equipment, you should consult an experienced technician before opening any equipment containing vacuum tubes. The Free Information Society will not be responsible for any injury or damage caused to you or your equipment.*** Early Silverface Logo on Standard Silverface Grillcloth So, you've heard all of your guitar playing life, whether it be for 2 years or 25, that you don't want a Silverface Fender amp.I can't say today that they are the "best kept secret", because over the past few years, the prices on them are steadily climbing..obviously, the secret has gotten out.by Frank Stroupe ***WARNING-There are voltages inside of a tube guitar amp that can KILL you.There are components in the amp that hold live current long after the amplifier is unplugged.While most guitar amps have multiple 10″ and 12″ speakers the Vibroverb came with a big Jensen C15n or a JBLd130f, the last one with a huge magnet, aluminium dust cap and flat speaker cone that can be hard to tame in terms of treble, punch and attack.