Fender Princeton Stereo Chorus DSP

25W Combo (2 x 2")

Made by Fender

Description Princeton Chorus with Fender Digital Signal Processing
Posted By Scot Laney (74)
Directory Equipment: Amplifiers
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Overall Rating: 4.0 (of 5)
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On 4/16/2002, Scot Laney (74) posted:
Overall Rating:
The amp is pretty good overall. For someone starting out at home, it has a good sound and reduces the need to rush into buying effects. If high volumes are required, I would go with a different amp, because this one does sound harsh when pushed
Price: $500.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Spott's Music, Indiana, Pa
The amp technically has 1 channel, but the overdrive can be turned on and off, making it seem like 2. It has master volume knob, 3 equilization knobs (low, mid, high), 4 knobs controlling the overdrive (gain, presence, limiter, and volume), 2 knobs for the reverb/delay effects(level, type), and 3 for the chorus/modulation effects(level, type, rate), as well as buttons to turn the effects and overdrive off. It also comes with a footswitch to turn the effects on/off. It is stereo with solid state electronics and can also be used as a slave amp. Plenty powerful for home use and fits any music style.
Sound Quality:
I use a Fender Strat and an old semi-hollowbody guitar with it. It is difficult to get a bad sound out of this amp. It can sound harsh at high volumes, but I very rarely need to go that high.
Ease of Use:
It is very easy to use. All of the controls are on the front and very straightforward.
It seems well build. I haven't used it for live playing.