#1
Alright UG, ive made a couple threads about this amp in particular, and i promise this is the last one. Recently ive decided on getting a Fender Deluxe 1x12 amp, all tube of course. need it for minor gigs etc.

Heres my question tho. I play mostly metal, but i wanted an amp for its cleans. ive played thru this one in a gig before, and really liked it. but i didnt play metal. Would you think this amp would have too much reverb to play metal at decent volumes?

Help appreciated,
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#2
There's a reverb know, isn't there...
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Quote by TK1
Alright UG, ive made a couple threads about this amp in particular, and i promise this is the last one. Recently ive decided on getting a Fender Deluxe 1x12 amp, all tube of course. need it for minor gigs etc.

Heres my question tho. I play mostly metal, but i wanted an amp for its cleans. ive played thru this one in a gig before, and really liked it. but i didnt play metal. Would you think this amp would have too much reverb to play metal at decent volumes?

Help appreciated,
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I wouldn't recommend it at all for metal, it's a really bad choice...

Not because of the reverb, but the tone itself, the distortion is bad and the amp won't be a good choice for metal.

I would get a Peavey 5150 instead...
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yes, but i meant by natural reverb, shaking of the amp etc. the one my friend has (not the one im getting, but same model) tends to vibrate a little when played at certain volumes, creating natural reverb.
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Can't you just turn the reverb down/off?
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I wouldn't recommend it at all for metal, it's a really bad choice...

Not because of the reverb, but the tone itself, the distortion is bad and the amp won't be a good choice for metal.

I would get a Peavey 5150 instead...


id be using a pedal for the distortion, and i was getting it for cleans.

but the peavy does look nice, and its van halens model right?
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plus id like to keep it under a grand O.o
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why not put it to gig volume and find out?...
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#10
Although I wouldn't recomend it for metal is a sweet amp, and there is also a knob for setting the reverb level. I can see you've done your homework...
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#11
I think what the threadstarter means is, even with the reverb on zero, if you crank the amp, will there be natural reverb from the amp?

The answer: Depends on what kind of room you're in. But if you mean reverb coming from the amp, the answer is no.
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Quote by TK1
yes, but i meant by natural reverb, shaking of the amp etc. the one my friend has (not the one im getting, but same model) tends to vibrate a little when played at certain volumes, creating natural reverb.

vibration is completely different from reverb man.
your amp rattling doesnt make reverb. Reverb is sound waves going someplace, bouncing off, and then returning back.
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Quote by TK1
id be using a pedal for the distortion, and i was getting it for cleans.

but the peavy does look nice, and its van halens model right?


The pedal through that amp will sound sh*t compared to the 5150 (actually it will sound sh*t, that pedal is sh*t). the 5150 has ok cleans, but if you play metal distortion is WAY more important than cleans...

And yes get a used one, deifnetly under a 1000.
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#14
Amps don't exactly have natural reverb (at least not if the reverb knob is set to 0 anyway). Do you just mean the reverb caused by the room in which you're playing? Because that reverb isn't caused by the amp, it's caused by the room, that will be the same no matter what amp you use (obviously it would be different at different volumes though)
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