Offered for sale:
c1967 Premier Reverberation 90 serial number 113463.
This reverb unit is in good condition. Although iconic in its own right, this Premier has been modded to mimic the controls of the other reverb icon, the Fender Reverb Tank.
Originally born with 2 inputs (microphone and instrument) it now has one input. In the mic input hole was put a Tone pot. Reverb Intensity was changed to Dwell. The On/Off/Volume knob is now the Mix control. Like many vintage electronic gear On/Off is accomplished by simply plugging it in. The original tank was replaced with a newer Accutronics 4AB3C1B.
In addition to the 4’ output cable there a second 6’ cable terminating with a female jack. This is the bypass footswitch jack. An 8’ footswitch is included.
These vintage Premier tube powered reverb units have a warm fat wet sounding reverb that solid state units don’t quite match. If you've heard one of these yourself, you know how amazing they sound.
These beauties were made by Multivox Corp. in Hauppauge New York. Original features included dual-tube preamp, mic and instrument inputs (now single instrument input), volume and intensity controls (now Tone, Dwell and Mix). The Premier 90 is an excellent choice for your vintage non-reverb amps such as Bandmasters, Princetons, Silvertones, Supros or any other application where you want the warmth of a tube-driven reverb unit.
Great vintage reverb, sweet price!
Weight lbs.: 9
Width in.: 19 1/4
Depth in.: 7 3/8
Height in.: 7 1/2
TRANSFORMER CODE: 239711 [Statco Transpower March 1967]
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