Fender’s tweed Deluxe in the 1950s was updated to the brownface version from ’61-’63 and culminated in the blackface version from late ’63 until 1966. Production of the Deluxe Reverb-Amp far outweighed the numbers for the non-Reverb version. The Deluxe-Amp has enough headroom when necessary and plenty of gain on tap when cranked.
This 1964 Fender Deluxe-Amp has just come from the family of the original owner (Robert Stuckey’s sons). It’s been played but has survived in nice condition and retains all three original transformers. Repairs include a proper three prong cord for safety, fresh filter capacitors in the dog house, replaced photoresistor for proper tremolo, and replaced filter capacitors on the board. All the important blue molded Mallory coupling caps are still there and in great shape. The speaker appears to be a large magnet Oxford from 1973. This one is ready to go back to the stage, studio, or collection. We’re confident you’ll love the way this one sounds.