Fender Frontman 65R
Released June, 2007
The Pros:Clean amp, no distortion or interference of the signal. Clear enough to use at lower volume for practice. Good range of tones, from smooth jazz to distorted hard rock.
The Cons:Not immune to wear, may start hearing a hum in the reverb at higher levels.
The Fender Frontman 65R is a compact guitar amp that is in fact one of the first in the Frontman series to offer more professional-grade-like performance suitable for performing gigs and recording tracks.
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Featured is a 12” Fender Special Design speaker, 2-channel audio (65W total), and support for both loops and reverb effects. There are also two ¼” instrument inputs and a 1-button footswitch for channel selection. Most users have been thoroughly impressed with the 65R because it is ultra durable, ultra compact, and also ultra lightweight, making it easy to tug to rehearsals and live shows. Plus the effect loop has been shown to work without any signal drop or loss of tone.
- Frontman Series
- Solid State Amplifier (Black)
- Closed-Back Design
- Skirted Amp Knobs
- 1-12" Fender Special Design Speaker
- Two Channels, 65W Power Handling
- Effects Loop (Preamp Out, Power Amp In)
- Gain, Over Drive Select Switch
- Drive, Volume, Treble, Bass
- Reverb Effects
- 3-Band EQ
- Two ¼” Instrument Inputs
- Footswitch Jack
- Grounding Type Power Supply Cord
- Includes 1-Button Footswitch for Channel Select
User Reviews (3)
clean amp, no distortion or interference of the signal
clear enough to use at lower volume for practice
good range of tones, from smooth jazz to distorted hard rock
effects loop is clean and reliable
capable of loud sound output, keeps up with the drums and can even drown them out
able to easily replace the speaker for personal preference
not immune to wear, may start hearing a hum in the reverb at higher levels
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