Originally announced at Summer NAMM 2019, the first of the new Tone Master Series Fender guitar amps are officially on the market with two lightweight digital models that sound "virtually indistinguishable" from their vintage selves.
The Tone Master Twin Reverb utilizes digital processing to mirror the circuitry and 85-watt power output of the original Twin amp. Instead, Fender engineers have installed a high-performance 200-watt digital power amp to recreate the original amp's all-valve dynamics and vintage headroom.
Coming in at half the original weight, the Twin also has two Jensen N-12k neodymium speakers and a resonant pipe cabinet.
Similarly, the Tone Master Deluxe Reverb amp remains faithful to its predecessor, while also cutting the weight in half. The single speaker Deluxe Reverb is built with a 100-watt digital power amp, an NK-12K neodymium speaker and resonant light-weight pine cabinet.
For more information including pricing and availablity, head to the Fender website.