Fender Harvard 1959
With the Champ and Princeton in its rear-view mirror and the Deluxe and Tremolux on its horizon – with the Vibrolux riding shotgun – the Harvard was flanked by several small-to-medium-sized alternatives, yet its specs, for many, are likely to be even more appealing than those of its siblings. One way of looking at the tweed Harvard is that it offered everything players would come to love in the brown and blackface Princeton of the early/mid ’60s, minus the tremolo. Interestingly, under the hood, the Harvard had other closer links to the later Princeton, and to the medium- and larger-sized narrow-panel tweed Fenders of the late ’50s besides. As such, it was really quite different from a “smaller Deluxe” or “larger Champ,” and was its own beast within the Fender stable.
Some profiles are boosted using a Tube Screamer made in 1983 to offer you a more complete range of sounds!
This pack provides you a wide range of Kemper profiles seeking to re-create the sound and the real soul of this incredible amp.
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