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Fender unveiled its Tweed series amps to great success and acclaim in 1993. The concept: What if a great old, collectable, 1950's Deluxe or Bassman was customized with channel switching and reverb?
Behold the Blues DeVille 410, a vintage-style tube amp with boutique tone at a great price that many a pro rock, country and blues player has used to superb effect.
While its newer cousin, the Hot Rod DeVille, has many modern refinements, more and more enthusiasts continue to request the warm tone, unique circuitry, classic features and sharp look of the original version.
Accordingly, the Reissue Blues DeVille pours 60 watts into four, 10", blue Alnico-Magnet Eminence speakers, fueled by two 6L6 output tubes and three 12AX7 preamp tubes.
Its two channels - normal (with bright switch) and drive - are voiced for classic blues, country and rock. Other features include Fender spring reverb, an effects loop and two-button channel footswitch. The great look includes tweed covering, chicken head pointer knobs and a chrome control panel.