#1
So I've got a little money saved up and a bit more on the way (gotta love refund money). I've been thinking of getting either the '57 Deluxe Reissue or the '57Twin Reissue, which would y'all go for? And no, I'm not planning on playing metal with it.
#2
twin.

i just like the tone better.

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#4
Twin. it's basically the basis for most boutique high gain amps, Dumble in particular. the Deluxe's cranked tone is more loose and buzzy, more for garage rock and punk.
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#5
I would pick the Deluxe. Try them both, as everybody has a different opinion.
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#8
I prefer the twin
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#9
The Twin has the most amazing cleans i've ever heard.

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#10
Quote by Zoso1994
The Twin has the most amazing cleans i've ever heard.

Actually my Marshall Bluesbreaker's cleans beat the Twin's
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#11
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Actually my Marshall Bluesbreaker's cleans beat the Twin's


Never heard one :P

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#12
I'd get the deluxe, but I'd probably get a boutique clone of a deluxe for cheaper and with superior quality (clark beaufort, richter 5e3, victoria 20112).
#13
The Twin Reverb and the 57 Twin Amp are not the same amp. Are you asking about the Twin Reverb or the Twin Amp 57?
#14
He's probably talking about the tweed, as the amp he's debating against is a tweed Deluxe

edit: but I think it is relevant to point out the differences since I think some people in the thread might be confused....

Quote by Zoso1994
The Twin has the most amazing cleans i've ever heard.
You are probably thinking about the Twin reverb, which is really the amp most known for it's bright and sparkling cleans. Compared to it's BF and SF counterparts, tweeds are lower in wattage and is darker, fatter and growlier in tone than a BF. So those of you who are thinking about the typical bright, sparkly twin reverb clean, a '57 twin is going to sound more like a Marshall.
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#15
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I'd get the deluxe, but I'd probably get a boutique clone of a deluxe for cheaper and with superior quality (clark beaufort, richter 5e3, victoria 20112).

don't forge Ceriatone. great amps for the price.
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#16
the twin will shake you house. just remember that, it's louder than any other combo i've ever played. I'd take (and DID take) the deluxe for that reason
#17
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Actually my Marshall Bluesbreaker's cleans beat the Twin's


And my Framus RR combo beat your Marshall Bluesbreaker's cleans........
Question is Twin or Deluxe isn it?
#18
I think the Deluxe has more bite. Not to mention the Deluxe is 15 watts and the Twin Reverb is 100 watts with no master volume.
#20
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I think the Deluxe has more bite. Not to mention the Deluxe is 15 watts and the Twin Reverb is 100 watts with no master volume.

more like 12 and 40 watts...
#21
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don't forge Ceriatone. great amps for the price.

I wouldn't put it on the same level as the ones I listed.

If you're into classic rock, I can wholeheartedly recommend a 3 Monkeys Orangutan. I played one around a month ago and was blown away by it. Not a jazz or metal amp, but neither are the Fenders you were looking at.
#23
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Says 85 watts from what I see. http://www.thomann.de/ie/fender_65_twinreverb.htm

That's the twin reverb. We are talking about the tweed twin. Not all Fenders with the word 'twin' in the name are same amp.

That clearly says '65 Twin Reverb, we are talking about the '57 Twin.
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#24


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This thread is

My vote goes for the Twin, It's a little less rough around the edges, although I am comparing the reissue Twin against an original Deluxe; I have not played the reissue deluxe.
#25
Quote by pak1351
I wouldn't put it on the same level as the ones I listed.

If you're into classic rock, I can wholeheartedly recommend a 3 Monkeys Orangutan. I played one around a month ago and was blown away by it. Not a jazz or metal amp, but neither are the Fenders you were looking at.

Ceriatone are still damn good for the price.if someone doesn't have the money for a Clark or a Victoria.

also, one of the best priced Deluxe clones i've seen/heard is Lil Dawg amps.
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#26
I would go for a Twin Reverb...I'm drooling right now over it. But that's my opinion. You haven't stated your exact needs...
#27
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I would go for a Twin Reverb...I'm drooling right now over it. But that's my opinion. You haven't stated your exact needs...

Read the focking thread, jackass. This is about the Tweed Twin, which is not the same as a Twin Reverb. I'm sorry to be blunt but this is getting obnoxious.

Edit: The second post above you... It doesn't get any more clear than that.
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#28
I like the tweed twin as well. Sorry about that. I still want to know what he's gonna play on the amp.
#29
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I like the tweed twin as well. Sorry about that. I still want to know what he's gonna play on the amp.

No problem, as I said I usually wouldn't be so rude, but when the post is two above you with huge pictures and symbols it gets a little annoying. Especially since it seems like every other post in here has been:

"I love Twin Reverbs, they have great cleans."
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#30
Hmmm I hope you people posted all this before the guy changed the name of the thread.
#31
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Hmmm I hope you people posted all this before the guy changed the name of the thread.

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So I've got a little money saved up and a bit more on the way (gotta love refund money). I've been thinking of getting either the '57 Deluxe Reissue or the '57Twin Reissue, which would y'all go for? And no, I'm not planning on playing metal with it.

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#32
Fender isn't the most original on the names they give to amp.... Everything would be simpler if the guy just said to us what amp exactly he's talking about.
#33
Quote by tubetime86
Read the focking thread, jackass. This is about the Tweed Twin, which is not the same as a Twin Reverb. I'm sorry to be blunt but this is getting obnoxious.

Edit: The second post above you... It doesn't get any more clear than that.
Don't be so harsh.
Personally I blame TS just as much, for any misunderstanding in this thread because of the thread title:
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Fender Deluxe or Twin Reverb?
This is the first thing a person sees, even before they open the thread.

None of the tweeds had reverb.
Saying Twin Reverb immediately puts people in the mindset of the Blackface reissue.


Bad thread is bad.
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