Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb

(2 customer reviews)


The Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb guitar amp is the perfect choice for guitarists who need a powerful, versatile, and reliable amplifier for their performances.




Are you tired of lugging around heavy guitar amps to your gigs? Look no further than the Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb!

With its lightweight construction and pseudo-vintage look, this amp will make you feel like a true rock star. It even has a remote feature, so you can turn the amp up and down without ever leaving your seat. Now that’s what we call lazy, err, efficient.

But wait, there’s more! The Tone Master also has a mute button, perfect for when you’re tired of hearing your bandmates’ poorly tuned instruments, or just need a breather. Plus, it comes with a built-in virtual girlfriend who will tell you how great you sound even if you’re playing the wrong notes. Who needs real human validation when you have the Tone Master?

And if all else fails, simply pretend you’re playing through a real Twin Reverb while blasting your guitar through a Bose Bluetooth speaker. They won’t know the difference, and neither will you!

So go ahead, rock on with your bad self and the Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb. Your back and your ego will thank you.

Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb properties

Product name Tone Master Twin Reverb
Brand Fender
Type Guitar Amplifiers
Sound Effects Reverb, Tremolo
Sound Setting Bass, Middle, Treble, Volume
Connection Inputs AUX/ Line Tele/TRS 6.3mm/1/4″
Tele/TRS 6.3mm/1/4″ 4
Connection Outputs XLR Single Out
Power Output (RMS) 200.0 W
Amplifier Model Modelling
Colour Black
Power Supply Electrical
Impedance 4
Height 514.0 mm
Depth 263.0 mm
Width 664.0 mm
Weight 15.8 kg

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Tele/TRS 6.3mm/1/4"

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2 reviews for Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb

  1. Dimitir Vudka

    I bought it for the purpose of playing In an apartment. At first, the sound did not suit me completely, because there was no BASS MIDDLE TREBLE adjustment (instead there is an ISF knob), but after connecting to a computer, everything can be set, because the tone control is already possible from the application level.

    Clean tones sound beautiful. And tested channels are juicy and selective.

    You can play almost any kind of music and the sound will be satisfying (for this price, of course). Additionally, you can save your own presets, which is great when you know exactly what you want to play. Respect from me

  2. Kyrie Kirby

    The Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb is a highly acclaimed guitar amplifier known for its exceptional sound quality and versatility. One of the standout features of this amp is its impedance of 4 ohms, which allows it to deliver powerful, rich tones even at low volume settings. This makes it an excellent choice for both studio recordings and live performances, as musicians can easily control the output while still maintaining that iconic Fender sound.
    For those considering purchasing a guitar amplifier, the Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb is definitely worth considering due to its impressive performance and reliability. Some tips for getting the most out of this amp include experimenting with different settings on the tone stack, adjusting the reverb level to create lush, ambient sounds, and using various speaker cabinets to achieve unique tonal variations.
    Overall, the Fender Tone Master Twin Reverb is an exceptional guitar amplifier that offers musicians a wide range of tonal options and features a powerful 4 ohm impedance for optimal performance. With its classic design and legendary sound, this amp is sure to impress even the most discerning audiophiles.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the recommended power setting for optimum performance when using Fender's Tone Master Twin Reverb guitar amplifier?

The optimal power setting for a Fender's Tonemaster Twin Reverb guitar amplifier depends on the volume level you want to achieve and the size of the venue. Here are some general recommendations:

1. Small practice sessions or recording studio: Use 2-4 watts by switching to the "4/8" setting on the channel selector switch. This will provide a warm, clean tone at low volume levels without disturbing your neighbors.

2. Smaller venues or rehearsal spaces: Use 15 watts by selecting either "15" or "15+8" (with both channels turned up) on the channel selector switch. This will deliver a full, rich sound at moderate volume levels suitable for most small gigs.

3. Medium-sized venues: Use 40 watts by selecting "40" or "40+8" (with both channels turned up) on the channel selector switch. This setting provides plenty of power to fill medium-sized rooms with a dynamic, balanced tone.

4. Large venues or outdoor gigs: Use full 80 watts power by selecting "80" or "80+8" (with both channels turned up) on the channel selector switch. This setting will deliver maximum volume and headroom for large venues or outdoor performances.

Remember that these are general guidelines, and the ideal power setting may vary depending on your specific needs and preferences. Always use ear protection when playing at high volumes to protect your hearing.

How does the Fender Tone Master technology in the Twin Reverb amplifier differ from traditional tube amplification?

The Fender Tone Master technology incorporated into the Twin Reverb amplifier differs from traditional tube amplification in that it combines both analog and digital processing to deliver an incredibly versatile and customizable sound. While traditional tube amps rely solely on vacuum tubes for their tonal character, the Tone Master system uses a high-performance digital signal processor (DSP) in conjunction with selective tube rolling to shape and refine the sound output. This innovative approach allows players to fine-tune their tone with unprecedented accuracy and control, while still preserving the natural warmth and rich harmonics of classic tube amplification.