I need space so am selling my Fender Cyber Twin SE.
You probably already know if you're looking at this, but if you don't...
The Fender Cyber Twin SE Amp was Fender's best guitar amp before it was discontinued. A 2x12 Stereo combo with tube preamp, reconfigurable analog and digital circuitry, motorized knobs, and a 2x65W power amp.
The Cyber Twin is not a modelling amp, as is commonly (mistakenly) believed.
It has a tube preamp, and all the circuits built-in for many of Fender's "Holy Grail" amps. There are over 150 presets (100 Custom Shop and 50 Amp Collection-desirable historical amps). When you select an amp, e.g. 1967 Princeton Reverb, the Cyber Twin actually re-wires itself to the schematic for that amp ! Fender call it Cybernetic amp design.
The output stage is solid-state, but the preamp overdrive section is all-valve.
There are also a ton of DSP effects in there.
Home use only, never gigged, so excellent condition.
Comes with cover, foot switches and instructions.
Absolutely amazing amp. I have a real 1966 Princeton Reverb, and 1972 Deluxe Reverb, and the Cyber Twin's '67 Princeton Reverb and '65 Deluxe Reverb settings sound almost identical.
Some of the historical Fender amps that the Cyber Twin SE rewires itself to the actual schematics of are:
'53 Wide Panel Champ
'53 Wide Panel Pro
'58 Narrow Panel Bassman
'59 Narrow Panel Bassman
'54 Wide Panel Deluxe
'55 Narrow Panel Deluxe
'65 Deluxe Reverb
'59 Narrow Panel Twin
'65 Twin Reverb
'64 Vibrolux Reverb
'64 Vibroverb Cesar Diaz SRV Mod
'66 Super Reverb
'67 Princeton Reverb
'86 Princeton Chorus
A few of the other manufacturer's amps that the Cyber Twin SE rewires itself to include:
Cost over £1000
I'm not looking for any more stuff, I'm downsizing, so no swaps or trades. Thanks.