1976 Fender Princeton Amp

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Just in! This 70s Princeton can offer up some supremely Mike Campbell-esque tones! This 12W legend has been preferred by many players to the reverb equipped model for it's increased dynamics and bite. This model was professionally modded to have a Negative Feedback control placed in the back panel- dial out the NFB for earlier overdrive, more touch sensitivity, and clearer presence. A mid control was also added to the back panel to attain more Blonde/Brown era Fender tones. It got a full cap replacement (originals included), but the sound and feel is spot-on along with a wealth of tones unattainable from your typical Princeton amp. Photos tell it all, but reach out if you have any questions!


Year: 1976

Brand: Fender

Model: Princeton

Finish: Silverface with Original Black Tolex

Power: 12 Watt

Speaker: Original 10" Fender Oxford 

Power Section: 2 x 6V6

Preamp Section: 1 x 12AX7, 1 x 7025

Rectifier: GZ34S

Inputs: 2 x 1/4"

Outputs: 1 x 1/4 Speaker Out

Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, Speed, Intensity, Mid (Back), Negative Feedback (Back)

Cover: No

Special Features: Added Mid and Negative Feedback controls to back panel. Bias pot added (control not visible from the outside, chassis must be removed from cabinet). Full cap replacement, originals included as well as circuit schematic and mod details.

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