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The initial spring reverbs emerged in the 1950s, developed by Hammond primarily for their organs.

In 1961, Fender began crafting their own Reverbation units, utilizing spring units purchased from Hammond.

Initially marketed as an external effect unit, it was integrated into a combo amp with the release of the Fender Vibroverb in 1963. However, it remained available for separate purchase until 1966, was then discontinued, only to be reintroduced from 1976 to 1978.


Dimensions: 10″ x 19″ x 7½” (25.4 x 48.3 x 19.1 cm)
Weight: 16 lbs. (7.3 Kg)
Input/output: In, Out & Footswitch connector (no footswitch included)
Settings: Dwell, Mixer, Tone
Transformers : original
Tube charte date : MI (sept 1963)
Serial: R04305

1963 Fender Reverb tank

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