Members PancakeBunny Posted January 22, 2010 Members Share Posted January 22, 2010 I just got back from selling my Princeton Reverb and look what I picked up on my way home... for $800. I have a few concerns. It doesn't have the black vertical lines on the face plate like any other Drip Edge Fender amp I've seen. The tremolo doesn't work without the pedal switch, and the amp hasn't been converted to a proper 3 prong cord. So what do you think is the deal? Is it a real drip edge model or an early silverface with a drip edge trim shoved in there? The amp sounds great, has quite a ton of clean headroom for single coils though. Why wouldn't the tremolo work without the pedal? I don't have a pedal, brought it to Guitar Center and they had an old amp with a proper RCA pedal. When I plugged it in (I got quite a jolt of an electrical shock) but the tremolo worked. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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