Fender Princeton Stereo Chorus

Made by Fender

URL http://www.fender.com
Description True Stereo Chorus amp. Clean and Distortion Channels. Sweet Sound from a non-tube amp
Posted By Larry Magri (3259)
Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 5/15/2005, Mike Smith (9737) posted:
Overall Rating:
If lost or stolen i would kill somebody....lol. i dont think this amp could be any better cause its what ive been looking for, for a long time. my fav aspect is its clean sound and tone. i cant find anything wrong with it . if you have the chance to play through then do so you will be suprised just how bright it is.
Where Obtained: swapped for another of my amps
Features:
This amp is the red knob version. iy has tone volume reverb mid 3 tone switches a chorus bank and a foot switch from chorus to nid. boy is it loud and clean. it is one of the older solid state models.
Sound Quality:
I use no effects at all. i play the blues but this amp can be used for most styles without any effects at all. compared to the newer amps ive tried this one is not in the same ball park. it has that old fender amp sound and tone and is just perfect.
Ease of Use:
This amp is just basic. switch it on and play. there is no mess no fuss and just blows.
Durability:
This is the perfect performers amp and i would shoot the bastard who stole it cause they are hard to find. its heavy but needs to be.
On 12/14/2002, Jeff Anderson (121) posted:
Overall Rating:
I got this amp and $150 in a trade for a Peavey Bandit, and I feel bad about taking the cash. This amp rocks, and beats the Bandit to a bloody pulp. It is great-sounding, portable, and loud for its size. Absolutely a great practice amplifier.
Price: $100.00
Sound Quality:
Not a half-bad sounding little practice amp, and this sucker is LOUD! It is certainly not the loudest amp by any stretch, but it is as loud as you can get if you are playing in an apartment. As far as sound quality...I don't know, I like it just fine, I'd gig with it if I had to. For its size and cost, it beats out its competition
Ease of Use:
Simple basic knobs, and convenient footswitch to boot!
Durability:
My amp is pretty damned old, and it has not been in the shop in at least 3 years. Nothing is loose, everything works, and it sounds crisp and clear.
On 2/12/2000, Bryan Wheat (4) posted:
Overall Rating:
Excellent
Model Year: 1997
Price: $450.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Crazy Music
Features:
Everything
Sound Quality:
sounds just like tube
Ease of Use:
Durability:
I've put mine through about everything
On 1/21/2000, Larry Magri (3259) posted:
Overall Rating:
Great small amp witch really does pack a big punch. I have used 2 plugged together (master/slave) the user manual shows you how to. When recording .....all I can say is these amps perform..... Very Sweet
Price: $250.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Sam Ash
Features:
True Stereo Chorus, Clean and Distorted Channels, Reverb, Foot Switch for channels and chorus
Sound Quality:
Big Sound from a small amp and small price
Ease of Use:
easy to use, like all Fender Amps
Durability:
made like a rock