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It's a Leslie speaker cabinet -- an effects cabinet, really -- made by Fender from 1967-1972.
It adds a phasing or chorusing effect to your amplifier's output.
Or spread them apart a few feet to create spatial imaging.
Well made the trade and you hit this one on the head. Swapped out the chicken head knobs with some Fender white vintage knobs.
If all else fails, you could easily get through just about any gig with just the amp, its footswitch and some knob tweaking.
It even has a dedicated volume boost for solos 🙂 Fast forward to 2013, when I came across this well-kept first edition (with original Tech 21 speaker, rather than the Celestion used in the later models) complete with flight case, for basically practice amp money. As long as you keep in mind that the controls aren’t the same as on a ”normal” amp, and don’t work the same way, there are a million sounds to be had from it.
It would be worthy of reissue." John Teagle and John Sprung, Fender Amps - The First Fifty Years It seems that whenever I read about the Vibratone on the internet, 99% of the time it is in reference to Stevie Ray Vaughan's recording of "Cold Shot".
This is a fine song, among his best, but it has an unexceptional Vibratone sound.
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