Fender Vintage Modified Band-Master Head and Cabinet
Fender Bandmaster VM, $900.00; VM 212 enclosure, $500.00
Eddie Van Halen once said he got his best tone at home alone, “playing through that little Bandmaster cranked on 10.” Fender’s new Band-Master VM and Band-Master VM 212 enclosure may not be little, but they make a far more versatile rig that has all the bells and whistles for modern guitarists.
The 40-watt amp is based on the midpowered tube-head concept and employs two 6L6 power tubes and two 12AX7 preamp tubes to voice its clean and drive channels. The result is a tone palette that ranges from Blackface clean to aggressive overdrive with post-gain EQ. An all-new high-quality DSP platform adds reverb, chorus/vibrato and delay effects, providing the tweakability of stomp boxes. Plus, the companion VM 212 enclosure has two 12-inch Celestion G12P80 speakers for fat bottom end and clear highs—all of which ensures you’ll get great tones whether you crank this baby at home or onstage.
You Might Also Like...
2 hours 2 min ago
2 hours 12 min ago
2 hours 59 min ago
3 hours 1 min ago
3 hours 16 min ago
Best Holiday Rock Song Poll: "Thank God It's Christmas" (Queen) Vs. "Christmas with the Devil" (Spinal Tap)3 hours 47 min ago
19 hours 37 min ago