When it comes to 'Blackface' Fender amps, the Vibrolux Reverb might be the most versatile of them all. With its twin 10" speaker configuration and pushing 35-40 watts via a pair of 6L6s, it delivers the right amount of volume for a stage, with the low volume sweetness often found in lower powered amps like the Deluxe Reverb and Princeton Reverb.
This 1966 Fender Vibrolux Reverb was previously owned by local Boston-area guitarist Jimmy Scoppa, who gigged and toured extensively with this amp for many years. Considering the amount of work its taken on, it's in great shape. The original 'gold label' Jensen C10N speakers have been reconed by Orange County Speaker and still retain that classic Jensen sparkle. The original reverb pan shorted out and was replaced with a modern pan. The original power tube sockets were also recently replaced. It's been serviced by local tech Stan Day and sounds great!