I think this one is actually the best Fender Blues Junior edition produced to date.This speaker is the most common upgrade everyone will suggest you. You can play both Gibson and Fender guitars through it, and it will deliver everything you wished for! Early models of Fender Blues Junior were a bit moody or bassy if you like, and later models were more bright sounding, similar to the great Fender Blues Deluxe.

Sure, vintage Fender amps are part of rock'n'roll history, and for mojo and history alone, they'd be worth investing - if you have the money to spare.

But for the serious, working musician who plays regular gigs or records often, it wouldn't be such a great idea.

The Fender musical revolution started before the birth of rock music, just after the end of WW2.

Since his early teens Leo Fender had an interest in electronics, and when he grew up, Leo made a career for himself fixing and building PA systems for musicians, opening his own shop in California.

It sounds perfect with Telecaster and Stratocaster guitars, but it's a bit bassy for my taste when Gibson guitars are plugged into it.

Standard Fender Blues Junior Uses Eminence speaker.

Fender guitar amps have been a constant in rock music, featuring legendary clean tones, lush spring reverbs and, in the case of the newest solid-state models, some of the best modeling and built-in digital effects available today. After all, with so many different models, it may get a bit complicated...

so let's go back a bit to have a look at the history of Fender amps, at some famous users, and find out which are the best Fender amps you can find today!

With exciting new releases such as the new Bassbreaker series, it's fair to say Fender Amps will continue to define the sound of rock'n'roll for a long time to come.