2005 Fender Hot Rod Deville 410 Valve Amp

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First introduced in 1996, the Hot Rod Deville 410 draws inspiration and configuration from classic Fender heritage - the Super Reverb '59 Bassman, and the Blues Deville.
Beautiful clean tones all the way through to heavily overdriven blues and rock ("More Drive" really does mean More Drive), and easy channel change through the 2-button 3-function footswitch.  With the benefit of more modern technologies than its original ancestors, this one comes with an Effects Loop so you can accentuate the effect of your chosen pedals post Pre-Amp overdrive (try it - it makes a real difference!).
Never one to be outdone, this amp goes beyond the demands of even Nigel Tufnell of Spinal Tap . . . all controls go to 12.  That with the trademark Fender Reverb unit nestling at the bottom of the cab, and you've got an absolute classic at your disposal
With more petite younger sister, the 212, loved by: Matt Bellamy, Nile Rodgers, Dave Keuning, Jonny Buckland, Liam Fray, Albert Hammond Jr & Nick Valensi, and many more.
A perfect combination with our 1993 Fender US 52 Vintage Telecaster.
Specification

Fender

Make

Hot Rod Deville 410

Model

2005

Year

B-242507

Serial  Number

Valve

Valve/Transistor

60 Watts

Power

4 x 10" Special Design Eminence

Speakers

Normal

Drive

More Drive

Channels

Normal/Bright/More Drive selectors

Volume (Volume & Master Volume)

Drive

Tone (Treble, Bass, Middle)

Reverb

Presence

Effects Loop

Additional Speaker Output

Additional Features

28.6kg

Weight

Fender 2-Button 3-Function Footswitch

Fender brown vinyl cover

Accessories

Further Information:

  • It's all about the heritage.  When Fender set about building their next generation of tube amps, it was the past that defined the future.  And when it was a 4 x 10 speaker configuration that past was defined by the 50s Bassman and the 60s Super Reverb amps.

  • It's a hugely versatile combo.  In Fender's own words: "Whether rockers, punkers, pop stars or cowboys, they can all agree that Hot Rod amps deliver unmistakable Fender tone, a perfect platform for crafting your own sound. These no frills amps are affordable, reliable, loud & proud. They respond extremely well to your favorite stomp boxes."  Punk goes to punker.

  • No need for lots of frills - the focus is on the sound.  The crystal clear clean channels through to the beautifully warm overdrive.  That rightfully legendary Fender reverb.  And, yes, the bragging rights of an amp where the controls on the silverface go to 12.

  • As far as I can see, Fender have currently stopped producing the 410 version of the Hot Rod Deville, whilst continuing the 212.  I can't believe it won't be back.  But in the meantime, this is a perfect way to get your kicks, on whatever route you choose.

See & Hear It In Action
OK, hidden backline, but both our Fender Hot Rod Deville & Peavey MAX 115 behind Faded Shades
Stephen Mildwater on tour with Beaux Gris Gris rocks out on rhythm
with our 2005 Fender Hot Rod Deluxe,
 Coulsdon, 20 August 2019
Beaux Gris Gris Fender Hot Rod Deville
Sources & Links
  • The Hot Rod Deville 212:  I'm sure there'll be demand for its return, but it looks like Fender aren't making the 410 currently.  But, for as near-as-dammit, here's their 212, still in production today.
  • Ultimate Guitar Reviews: Which really does demonstrate the wide range of guitarists and guitar styles this appeals to - jazz, blues, soul, classic rock.  Though no mention of punkers.
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