1980 Fender Pro Reverb -Amp

This is a vintage 1980 Fender Pro Reverb guitar amplifier. This particular example, serial number F089389, is in very nice to excellent condition and includes the original footswitch! The Fender Pro Reverb is one of the last great silverface amps.

Transformer Codes: 606-030, 606024, 606–019

The Fender Pro Reverb was one of Fender’s larger combo amps offered during the mid-1960s and 70’s. The Pro Reverb Amp utilized; (2) 6L6 (3) 7025 (2) 12AT7 and (1) 12AX7 tubes through 2 x 12″ speakers to produce a loud but warm controllable sound.

The black vinyl tolex exterior is in very nice to excellent condition. The silver/gray grill cloth is still crisp and attractive, although there are two snags in the grill and the cloth is slightly fraying around the Fender logo. The control panel is in nice vintage condition showing some signs of wear and several very small blemishes. All of the hardware is in good condition although shows some signs of oxidation. The chassis is quite clean, with no evidence of damage, let alone signs of oxidation, or indications of leaky capacitors.

The amp works perfectly and sounds fantastic. The two CTS 12″ speakers feature an original cone and do not exhibit speaker fatigue or voicecoil distortion. The amp has been serviced replacing tubes and the usual electrolytic caps, and it sounds incredible. Both the reverb and vibrato work and sound unbelievable. The amp comes with the original footswitch and Fender amp cover.