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Fender Tremolux Amp White Tolex 1964

1964 Fender Tremolux Amp

Black faced 1964 Fender Tremolux head in white tolex.

The Tremolux was Fender’s first amp with tremolo, and was originally a Deluxe with Tremolo.

This amp features the desirable AA 763 circuit (with the bright switches and the totally clean left-hand channel).

It features the white Tolex covering with Gold Sparkle grille cloth. It would have been piggy-backed on a matching 2 x 10” cabinet.

Price: £1,299.00
S/N: R323

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1964 Fender Tremolux Amp Description

1964 Fender Tremolux Amp – The Tremolux was Fender’s first amp with tremolo, and was originally a Deluxe with Tremolo.

By 1966 Fender discontinued the Tremolux and this is the final circuit.

The black-face Tremolux isn’t as loud as other Fender 2 x 6L6s such as the BandMaster, but its tone is sweet as anything. Once you’ve played one of these amps you’ll be hooked.

This amp features the desirable AA 763 circuit (with the bright switches and the totally clean left-hand channel).

It features the white Tolex covering with Gold Sparkle grille cloth. It would have been piggy-backed on a matching 2 x 10” cabinet.

The amp is in fair condition – the white Tolex showing some superficial marks, and some light corrosion of the exposed nickel / steel.

It was made for “Export 117 – 230 Volts” and is fitted with a UK mains plug, which is factory original.

1964 Fender Tremolux Amp Features

  • Black face control panel
  • White ‘smooth’ Tolex and gold sparkle grille cloth
  • Black-skirted witches hat knobs
  • AA763 circuit
  • 2 x 6L6 power tubes
  • Raised Fender logo with tail
  • Voltage selector on back panel


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