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Given the modular nature of Fender production techniques, an individual neck may have been produced in a given year, then stored for a period of time before being paired with a body to create a complete guitar, perhaps, for example, in the following year.Therefore, while helpful in determining a of production dates, a neck date is obviously not a precisely definitive reference.The FDR-1 also functions perfectly as a “pre-gain pedal” placed before an already overdriven amp to add the tone character of the Deluxe Reverb.* 0 d Bu = 0.775 Vrms* The battery that is supplied with the unit is for temporary use, intended primarily for testing the unit's operation.* We recommend that alkaline battery be used when replacing the battery.* Fender(R) and DELUXE REVERB(R) are the trademarks of FMIC. If you have questions about operating your BOSS product, please check our Knowledge Base for answers to the most common questions.In conjunction with Fender, BOSS designed this stompbox to recreate the legendary tone of the 1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb amp.
Featuring Reverb and Vibrato, this two-channel amp has been used on thousands of recordings and countless live performance since 1963 when the first version appeared on the music scene.
The Deluxe Reverb was a redux of Fender's tweed Deluxe amp; the most obvious of the Deluxe's improvements over its predecessor was the inclusion of a spring reverb tank, which offered a lush reverb effect that's prized to this day.
The Deluxe Reverb also boasted two channels, one 'normal' and one 'vibrato'.
The fat, snappy guitar tones heard on many of our favorite recordings, from Memphis to Abbey Road, were made using the Deluxe.
The "new" '65 Deluxe Reverb is living proof of the quality and longevity of Fender amp designs.