Valve reverb based on the classic Fender Reverb. Excellent condition, serviced, sounding superb. Very yellow.
Audio demo below of the actual unit for sale.
Released in the late ’90s or early 2000s and now discontinued, the Guyatone FR3000V Japanese pretender to Fender’s crown is solidly built, features NOS tubes, and a long-spring Accutronics tank. Everything suggests a quality unit, and it’s most certainly versatile—with controls not just for input level, reverb volume, and master volume (which yields some saturated tones), but treble and bass controls, as well. The reverb character is quite bright, but it’s a competent performer and feels ready to handle gigging for the next decade.
Can be set for wet-only output via a switch on the rear.
CONDITION: In excellent cosmetic condition with minimal wear or damage. See photo for more information on cosmetic condition.
For sales in UK/EU the price will include VAT. VAT-free sales are possible to businesses and individuals in the EU (outside the UK) with a valid VAT Number – please get in touch if you wish to buy this way.
This is the demo Tony did for the Premier Guitar “Lord of the Springs” article – features this actual unit:
Video from the Q&A session we did on the Grampian and Soundgas Type 636 units, plus an update on the Soundgas 636 build. Also Jane Weaver!
PUBLISHED: 29th Oct 2019
We’re running live sessions on Tuesdays at around midday-1pm GMT. These are the videos of the first two on Space Echoes and Binsons.
PUBLISHED: 16th Oct 2019
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