Over time your valves will lose their tone and their power. A brand new set of valves will get your amp sounding like new again. We always recommend JJ valves for Fender Bandmaster amplifier. This is because they guarantee you get awesome tone and long life and they don’t cost a fortune.
Remember, JJ is one of only five valve manufacturers in the world. So don’t pay higher prices for valves from the same factory that have simply been rebranded by other companies.
Option 1: The Fender Bandmaster Blackface amplifier (1963-1967) uses:
Option 2: The Fender Bandmaster Reverb Silverface amplifier (1968 – 1980) uses:
So restore the tone, the power and the sparkle to your guitar amplifier. Treat yourself to a brand new set of valves today.
If you have any queries about replacing your valves please drop us an email and we will get straight back to you.
We have over 30 years experience so one of our team will always be happy to help and advise.
We also have an FAQ section where you will find the answer to most questions as well as loads of hints and tips on changing your tubes.
About the amp:
Over the years, 1963-1980, the Fender Bandmaster amplifier came with many different circuits. The Blackface had a diode rectifier, one normal channel and a vibrato channel with no reverb.
Meanwhile, the Silverface Bandmaster came with GZ34 (5U4GB) valve rectifier and the vibrato channel came with reverb. Due to this the Silverface Bandmaster Reverb is less powerful and breaks up earlier than the blackface Bandmaster.
Later Silverface models were modified so that they were cleaner and more powerful. So if you have the 70W model from 1978, with master volume and push/pull boost, it has a huge power transformer and big filter caps.
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