Let’s get clean:
Based on measurements from a Fender™ Pro Reverb from 1966, cross-loaded with an Oxford 12L5 speaker from 1966 and an Oxford 12T6 speaker from 1970, this cabpack brings you
all the sparkling cleans you have ever dreamed of.
As we wanted to add some “amp-mojo”, we included 2 different folders to the cab pack: One folder contains the impulse responses as usual – but folder No. 2, the “Mojo” files (V2-FredM), contains the same IRs with the preamp and poweramp interaction of this great amplifier!
Owner Martin Edelmann is 12 years younger than his Fender Amp und plays guitar at Christina Kosik & die Gang Band, SuperToaster, Chemtrail Pilots and the Folklore-Punk-Anarcho Ensemble Kellerberg Buam. And sometimes he does some guitar work for Austria’s biggest radiostation “Hitradio Ö3”.
No one could describe this amp better than Martin: This amp smells like the furniture of my grandma (RIP) when I was a kid! Well, you can’t download that, but now you can get the sound – oh modern times!
The Pro Reverb is my favorite Fender of all times and for me, this is the perfect stage and studio amp. With 40W, tube rectifier and a tiny output transformer it sounds lively and big at reasonable stage levels but has enough headroom in case you want to annoy the sound guy. Also breaks up beautiful (the amp, not the sound guy).
I imported this from Georgia, US and it was love at the first note. Happy to share this with you now! Grandma would be happy, too
Low resonance frequency: 54 Hz
The following mikes were used for this cab pack:
sE Electronics® 4400 II
sE Electronics® sE8
sE Electronics® V7X
sE Electronics® VR1
And here we go with Marco:
Listen to Al Rivero’s clip, he is using the V2-Fred for the cleans and the V2-Wolverine for the overdriven tones: