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Mike Bowles


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Princeton, West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 3 Mar 2017 11:46 am     Reply with quote

need some help found a pro reverb they want 600 it has 1 jensen 12 in it the serial on the back is cr-27598 it has the effects loop on the back with a switch to cut the loop off it looks real good outside it is missing the fuse holder and fuse is this a reissue? im skeptical about the holder missing what do you guys think?
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Michael Butler


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Post Posted 3 Mar 2017 12:32 pm     Reply with quote

that would appear to be a 92 based upon the cr. here is a link to the fender amp site.

i would be real skeptical about the fuse situation. unless you are going to be working on it yourself to bring it up to snuff. you may not even want to test it without the fuse and holder. that is a red flag.

most of the earlier ones had two 12" jensen, not one.

http://www.superiormusic.com/page195.htm

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Mike Bowles


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Princeton, West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 3 Mar 2017 1:09 pm     pro Reply with quote

thanks buddy thats what im afraid of would the fuse and holder work out of my twin? this amp looks great. dont know how much it weighs might could get it cheaper. any input would be appreciated
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Michael Butler


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Post Posted 3 Mar 2017 5:08 pm     Reply with quote

the holder shouldn't be a problem but you'd have to make sure you use the proper fuse. if they were messing with the fuse and fuse holder, you may have further problems down the road. if you don't mind buying something that may not even work and you don't mind doing the troubleshooting aspect......

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Bill L. Wilson


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Oklahoma, USA
Post Posted 3 Mar 2017 10:12 pm     Is This a Real Pro Reverb? Reply with quote

I've not seen a Pro Reverb with an effects loop in the rear, and a single 12" speaker. As far as the fuse cap, they're all quarter turn lock caps on old Fender amps. Easy to fined, and install.
This is a rear shot of my '71 Fender Pro Reverb. Notice the only connections are the foot switch, Reverb tank, and speaker outs.
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Ken Pippus


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Lake Oswego, OR
Post Posted 3 Mar 2017 10:15 pm     Reply with quote

It's the "reissue" of an amp they never made. Same series as the evil twin.
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Mike Bowles


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Princeton, West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 4 Mar 2017 9:12 am     pro reverb Reply with quote

thanks guys bill this amp has effects loop on the back along with knobs for adjustment. i think i will pass on this and just stay with my 75 sf twin with jbld120f speakers rick johnston is building me a head cab thanks again.
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Jack Stoner


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Inverness, Fl
Post Posted 4 Mar 2017 2:25 pm     Reply with quote

I'm a former amp tech and owned a 70 Pro Reverb. I wouldn't touch this one, maybe for $50 but that's even a maybe.
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Mike Bowles


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Princeton, West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 5 Mar 2017 7:54 am     pro reverb Reply with quote

thanks jack i will stay away from this amp dont need it anyway got a nv1000 75 twin cube 80xl and stage 100 thanks again
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Josh Yenne


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Sonoma California
Post Posted 17 Mar 2017 9:19 pm     Reply with quote

yes that time frame of "that" amp is so bastardized i'd run.

A REAL Pro Reverb is a thing of beauty though.
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Mike Bowles


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Princeton, West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 20 Mar 2017 4:36 pm     pro reverb Reply with quote

thanks josh i will leave this amp alone got enough amps anyway
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