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US Princess (Fender Princeton Reverb)

US Princess, the Helix model of a Fender Princeton Reverb

Demo played through a Telecaster with stock USA pickups. A little reverb added, and some bass response control in the cab and amp to tighten up the E string.

The Princeton Reverb is the world’s favorite small amp. It is a single channel, 12 watt tube amp with reverb and tremolo.

The impressive clean headroom and overall warmth and richness makes this amp an ideal base for a pedal-based rig for gigging or recording. The tremolo is also mightily impressive, with a rich, organic texture that smoothly emerges on the decay of sustained notes and ducks out of the way when playing more aggressively.

Partly thanks to session players like Tommy Tedesco and Steve Lukather, the Princeton is known as the most recorded amp in the world, but the amp has also appeared on stage and in the studio with rockers like Pete Townshend, Mike Campbell and St. Vincent, country pickers Clarence White, Marty Stuart and Kenny Vaughan and even jazz guitarists like Bill Frisell.

Hundreds of well-known stars may have made the Fender Princeton amp an icon, but its success and longevity lie with the millions of unknown players like you and I who have made it a reliable staple for practice, recording and club gigs.

While the Princeton evolved over the years from the primitive “Woodie” version Leo Fender developed during the late Forties through the Princeton Recording Amp produced until 2009, the most coveted version remains the legendary blackface Princeton Reverb with the AA764 circuit produced from 1964-67.


Patches including this Amp:

Patch Device Performance
Type
Description Member Downloads Upvotes
Rude Princess HX Stomp Direct (Recording, Headphone, PA) This patch requires the new Helix 3.0 Update.Uses the new Fender Princeton Reverb model for some tasty clean and overdrive tones. jorge 92 0
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