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  4. Not long ago, I was testing out a Gretsch guitar in a Guitar Center, and they had some of these new Fender amps there, '68 Silverface Princeton, '68 Deluxe Reverb, and a '68 Vibrolux, and they all sounded pretty good. They all got a little more overdrive than their vintage counterparts which was something I liked. I liked the Gretsch most with the Vibrolux, but the Deluxe sounded great with an LP! Congrats on a nice amp! Here's acool video of it being compared to the '65 reissue. They both sound good...
  5. I keep mine on an Ottoman fold up bed! You think we should be sharing these tone secrets? ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†
  6. That's it. I knew there was two different voicings of some kind. Enjoy!
  7. Haha! I love it! My Vibro Champ sits on top of a Fender Music Master amp...kinda like a table...and sounds great.
  8. I had the champ sounding better than ever before last night. The secret was putting it on the dining room table. My tip for the day for better sound is a dining room table. You read it here first. y2kc
  9. I was not aware of them. Congrats! That is a cool amp!
  10. It's a modern day take on one. One channel has a Baseman tone stack. The other has a copy of the vintage Deluxe Reverb tone stack.
  11. So is it a modern day take on a 68 deluxe or did they make a custom deluxe back in 68? Beautiful amp!
  12. I remember the hype when those came out. A slightly hotter version of the original and reviewers said they sounded great. Isn't there a pull knob on the volume to make it a "hotter" and then push in for a "normal" (not as in the "normal channel" input, but as in "regular" unaltered '68 Deluxe Reverb channel)?
  13. Thank you. It could use being wet sanded and clear coated but I'm worried it will devalue it or ruin it's originality.
  14. Hope you got your chocolate cake from the Mrs. might be all youโ€™re getting for awhile! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ
  15. Good score Monica. That one has been on my radar for awhile. Enjoy!
  16. Nice find on a great sounding amp. I own a black face DR which I bought new. It did come with a foot switch, but not a cover. Enjoy.
  17. I sold the Orange amp that I had a few months ago. But I stumbled across this Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb amp at a pawn shop. It looks to be in brand new condition. It was missing the footswitch and cover, but that's not a big deal. I paid about half of what they go for new.
  18. Hi my name is Jeff but my friends call me 1sty. My last name is pronounced "first" just spelled differently. The first thing I want to do is to thank everyone who helped me with my problem. The problem was after I bought my Heritage STAT I couldn't find anything else close to it online (other than the body style). I thought I got scammed but came here to see if I could get some answers. Th ed people on this site are the nicest, friendliest, and most helpful compared with any other site I've been on. Thanks to everyone who reassured me my STAT was real and most concluded it was a "one off" which put my mind at ease. Thank you all again!!
  19. Iโ€™m glad you all enjoyed it.
  20. https://guitar.com/news/Gibbons-and-heritage-clash-over-redacted-court-filing/ <<<<<<LINK an excerpt from the article..... According to this latest filing, which is dated 25 March 2020, after the original suit was filed, Heritage approached Gibbons to request that the original document be released without the redactions โ€“ the law dictates that both parties must agree before this could happen. Heritage thereafter asked Gibbons if it would consent to filing of an unredacted version of the Complaint. Gibbons refused without explanation. As a result, Heritage is forced to bring this motion seeking the Courtโ€™s permission either to file the Complaint in unredacted form, or alternatively to file an unredacted version of the Complaint under seal.โ€ While itโ€™s unclear what Gibbons objected to about the documents being released unmodified, without their consent, Heritage decided to appeal to the court to allow them to release the documents, or have Gibbons explain why they wanted them to remain redacted. โ€œAs the party who wishes to have information kept from public view, Gibbons bears the burden of justifying the need for such secrecy,โ€ claims the Heritage complaint. Advertisement
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