I bought a new amp, recently, a DRRI

Patrick S Ginnaty

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I'm pleasantly surprised. I've owned 3 different SFDRs, that's really what I was looking for. This sounds great!
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DavGrape

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Fender amps always have that one little snag in the grille.
All of them.
Hahaha!
 

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I‘ve had my 65 DRRI since they first came out. Great amp. What speaker is in it?
I did the “fritz” mod so I get reverb and vibrato on both channels.
 

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I have enjoyed most of my Fender amps...right after replacing the linear volume pot with a tapered one.
 

DavGrape

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Yah, that's a beaut.
I'da bought one in '77, but I was ignorant of such matters in my yute.
 

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Great amp,congrats!
Like Dilver mentioned,the Fritz mod is a great addition to a DRRI.It is ridiculously simple to do,one wire.I run both channels (which are voiced differently) at the same time with a jumper cable.
Also,if you haven't done this already---have a tech (or do it yourself) bias the amp.They are cold biased from the factory.The tech I use made mine sound great with a rebia,and changing a couple of minor parts.Including a pic of the Fritz mod--
Enjoy your amp!
 

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