#1
I'm looking for a good priced, moderate output (25-50 watts), single channel Fender Tube Head. Preferably no pre-amp gain/master volume. Any suggestions?
#2
You're looking for vintage gear? There's nothing new that really fits your bill.

Fender Bandmaster comes to mind. Couple old Traynors might also serve you well. Cost less, too. The YRM-1, YBA-1 (don't be fooled by the fact that it's a bass amp, it's really just a Fender Bassman!). They have smaller models, too. I have the YBA-2B, it's a killer guitar amp!
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#3
Just curious... why no pre-amp gain/master volume and only one channel?
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Just curious... why no pre-amp gain/master volume and only one channel?


Limited budget. Plus I find that I can capture the more natural tone of my guitar with just cranking it, or putting a pedal infront of it.
#5
The lack of those features doesn't guarantee a lower price - also does it HAVE to be a Fender, or do you just want something that sounds like a Fender? Also your argument doesn't really make sense...do you want to capture more of the natural tone of your guitar or do you want to use pedals?
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#6
Fender preferred. Doesn't have to be though. Tested and tried, it does capture the tone of my guitar more. Front end doesn't satisfy my tastes. I have pedals that I find doesn't color the tone too much (besides what it's supposed to do).