Fender Princeton '65 reissue

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  1. In Game Sound

    In Game Sound TDPRI Member

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    Hi all,

    In case anyone is interested I've just posted a video of a '65 Princeton reissue.
    just a quick and dirty piece of music recorded in one take in my studio.
    I'm really loving it so far, although I've never played a vintage one.
    This is a twangy Tele thing, and I do use it for blues too, with no compressor in front.
    For rock, I use other amps, but I love that this can sit in my control room.
    Mic is a MG-201, no eq or compression in protools, just a little slap delay from echoboy.
    The 12 inch speaker is a really nice feature as it doesn't fart out quite so soon.
    I'll do some more videos soon....



    Thx,
    Derek
     
  2. 60s Pop Man

    60s Pop Man TDPRI Member Silver Supporter

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    Hey Derek,

    Congrats on the '65 PRRI.

    Thanks for sharing the demo.
    It sounds great!

    Cheers
     
  3. In Game Sound

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    Glad you liked it. ;)
     
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    I'm glad you liked it! I'm digging it so far!! Thanks;)
     
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    I have 65 special run with a 12 inch Celestion. It just gets better and better. Enjoy and nice work!
     
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    gridlock Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    You can play like that and never owned a vintage Fender amp?

    Very nice, playing and tone.

    Congrats and also treat yourself and buy a nice vintage Fender amp someday.
     
  7. Ess Eff

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    Haha.... can never resist the opportunity to show mine...

    Princeton Twin :)
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    I've got a tweed Princeton Reverb with a 12 inch Eminence Cannabis Rex speaker. Its one of my favorite amps.
     
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    Hey Derek I have the same amp and I totally agree have an AC15C1 gain machine with pedals, have owned Crate, Kustom, Peavey other Fenders a Marsgall here and there.....


    Nothing beats a Princetone Reissue or Vintage.

    Heres my thread with picturs and a video included somewhere in there.

    https://www.tdpri.com/threads/new-amp-day-fender-princeton-bordeaux-112.997193/


    Nothing can beat these for that sound my man.
    Nothing. Enjoy and congrats.


    Hope you love it as much as I love mine. Great chops. Pro playing!!!


    Also welcome to the forum brother!!!!
     
  10. In Game Sound

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    Yes, this has a 12 but a Jensen
     
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