Fender has unveiled updated, "Blonde" versions of its popular digital Tone Master Deluxe Reverb and Twin Reverb guitar amps.
The Deluxe Reverb Blonde and Twin Reverb Blonde amps feature Celestion NEO Creamback speakers, in place of their predecessors' N-12K neodymium speakers. They also feature improved reverb control, with simpler fine-tuning at lower settings.
In addition, the Blonde amps feature new IR cabinet simulations, captured with Sennheiser MD421 and Shure SM57 microphones.
Finally, the updated Deluxe Reverb does away with the virtual bright cap on its predecessor's Vibrato channel.
The Fender Tone Master Deluxe Reverb Blonde and Twin Reverb Blonde will be available starting September 17 for $899.99 and $999.99, respectively.
For more info on the amps, stop by fender.com.
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