Fender ’65 Twin Custom 15

Model/Circuit Number: Fender ’65 Twin Custom 15
Years of Production: 1995 – present
Era: Vintage Reissue
Configuration: Combo
Controls: Black forward facing w/ white screened labels
Knobs: Black skirted w/ chrome center, numbered 1 – 10

  • Front: “Normal” In 1 & 2, Bright switch, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, “Vibrato” In 1 & 2, Bright switch, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, Reverb, Speed, Intensity, red jewel pilot
  • Rear: 4A fuse, Power switch, Standby switch, Int speaker jack, Ext speaker jack, Footswitch jack


Covering Material

Logo: Grille mounted, raised, chrome & black script “Fender” w/ tail, script “’65 Twin Custom 15” on black rectangular tag
Weight: 64 lbs.
Speakers/Load: 1 x 15″ / 4 ohms

  • Speaker Model: Fender Custom 15 Driver by Eminence (based on JBL D130F)

Effects: Reverb, Tremolo
Watts: 85 Watts

  • Pre amp: 2.5 X 12AX7 preamp, 1 X 12AX7 tremolo oscillator, 0.5 X 12AX7 reverb recovery, 2 X 12AT7 reverb driver & phase inverter
  • Power: 4 X 6L6GC

Bias: Fixed
Rectifier: Solid State


4 thoughts on “Fender ’65 Twin Custom 15

  • October 24, 2015 at 11:42 pm

    Gearhead jokes! Fun!-6 months after you puhsarce a pedal/amp/guitar, you’re still looking it up on the Gear Page to see what people think – you’re oblivious to major changes in the world economy but can track the exact point in time when the Klon pedal became slightly out of reach – Slightly out reach to you means your wife is leaving you.- Your facebook friends include proguitarshop and boutique pedal makers.

    • January 24, 2019 at 6:28 pm

      You say that like there’s an optional existence. Here’s the ugliness…, when the custom luthier, boutique amp builder and pedal maker have become close family friends with children attending college. My pickup needs the transmission rebuilt. I really should visit the dentist, my ears are ringing and my neighbors hate me.

  • July 3, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    What can I say? It’s a Fender twin custom re-issue. What it is speaks for itself, as does its’ deserved reputation.

  • May 10, 2020 at 11:23 pm

    I have one.Took a bit to dial in the EQ,but worked. Does the job only a Twin can do,only with a steel-friendly 15″ that also likes six-string just fine. Saves me having to carry two amps around.+1 on having a slightly bigger cab– just a bit more resonant. Playing steel I need a good deal more clean headroom than six-stringers do, and the other benefit is having a big Fender amp onstage. Always did like that. I’d get REAL tempted if Fender did a ToneMaster Twin with a 15.


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