This is a short review of the Fender 68 Custom Deluxe Reverb silverface amp. This amp sounds and looks amazing. It is a two channel amp but it doesn’t have a normal and vibrato channel like the 65 reissue or the original it has a vintage channel that is made to sound like the original and custom channel. The vintage channel is a little brighter to my ears than the custom channel. It definitely has that vintage tube amp sound. The custom channel has a modified Bassman tone stack with some of the highs removed. It sounds really good and is made to take pedals better with less negative feedback. Both channels have that true Fender amp sound that’s kinda hard to explain if you’ve never heard one but I think most people have. Also different between this amp and the original is both channels share the reverb and vibrato and I believe it has a lot more vibrato than the original or the 65 reissue. I had a 65 Princeton Reverb for awhile and the 68 has way more vibrato available than the 65 did. So whether you want a little vibrato or a lot this amp delivers. They are both switchable with an included vintage style foot switch. It is very touch sensitive and at 22 watts this thing gets loud and breaks up pretty good at higher volumes giving you that true tube amp overdrive. My four most used pedals are a distortion, a fuzz, an Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer and a Boss Blues Driver but this amp sounds so good by itself that I find myself rarely using them. I was using a Strat with Vintera 60s pickups but I traded that for my new Player Plus Nashville Tele and both sound just amazing through this amp. With the Nashville Tele I can dial it in to get loads of Tele twang or I can warm it up and get really good Strat tones. I absolutely love the look of the amp as my first real amp was a 70s Fender silverface Champ And this amp really delivers on the vintage look. I want to get the 68 Princeton Reverb and the 68 Vibro Champ to go along with this amp. Not that I need them I just want them.