Fender amplifiers have held a fantastic reputation for some time; Leo Fender was designing and building amplifiers in the 1940s, several years before turning his hand to guitars. Models like the Twin, and Bassmaster created a reputation that Fender has never lost, and other companies have tried so hard to emulate.
Naturally all early amplifiers were fitted with valves, and these are the most desirable vintage models. In the late 1960s a number of solid-state (transistor) models were launched, though these never had the commercial appeal of the valve equipment, which Fender continued to produce
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