Fender Bassbreaker 007 - 7-watt 1x10" Tube Combo Amp

7W 1-channeld All-tube 1x10" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Celestion Speaker, Treble-booster Circuit, 1/4" Line-out, and Class A Power - Black
Fender Bassbreaker 007 - 7-watt 1x10
Fender Bassbreaker 007 - 7-watt 1x10
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The Best of England and the US

Fender injects British flavor into a classic Bassman-style amp with the Bassbreaker 007. A pair of 12AX7s and a single EL84 push seven Class A, tube-soaked watts through the Celestion TEN30 speaker. Its low wattage lets you run it wide open for an incredible touch-responsive playing experience at a still-reasonable volume, and the vintage-style treble booster is ready when you need to punch through the mix. Fender decked the entire Bassbreaker series out in lacquered tweed for a sleek, elegant look that will set you apart from the crowd. Bridge the Atlantic with the Bassbreaker 007, and get a decidedly British take on classic Fender tone.

Fender Bassbreaker 007 Electric Guitar Amplifier Combo at a Glance:
  • Crossing the pond
  • Wattage that wants to be cranked
  • Onboard additions
Crossing the pond

Some of the iconic British amps were based on Leo Fender's Bassman design. The Bassbreaker 007 pays homage to the original Bassman, but it uses the decidedly British EL84 to induce the famous mid-focused flavor from across the pond. When cranked, it overdrives in the glassy, harmonically rich way those tubes are known for. The Bassbreaker 007 gives you the best of both sides of the Atlantic in a low-wattage package.

Wattage that wants to be cranked

While seven watts may not sound like much, it's often the perfect amount of power for the rehearsals and small gigs that Sweetwater guitarists sometimes play. It allows you to crank up the volume to get your Fender really working without overpowering the mix. And whenever your power tubes are working that hard, it adds a level of touch sensitivity to your amp's performance that is otherwise difficult to attain.

Onboard additions

Fender added a switchable, vintage-style treble booster circuit to the amplifier to make the Bassbreaker 007 even more versatile. The treble booster adds overdrive and thick harmonics to the sound of your amp. It easily works your amp harder at quieter volumes. And the 1/4" line output on the back of the 007 is great for slaving to a larger amplifier or going direct to a recording interface.

Fender Bassbreaker 007 Electric Guitar Amplifier Combo Features:
  • Low-wattage tube combo amp with a British flavor
  • 10" Celestion speaker
  • Class A, EL84 power section adds chime and harmonic overdrive
  • Birch-ply construction
  • 7 watts of power is perfect for some gigs, recording, and rehearsal
  • Vintage-style treble booster is switchable
  • 1/4" line-out for slaving or recording
The Fender Bassbreaker 007 combo delivers British and American tones in a package that begs to be cranked!

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Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Type Tube 1 x 10" combo
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 7W Class A
EQ 3-band EQ
Preamp Tubes 2 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 1 x EL84
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (8 ohm out), 1 x 1/4" (line out)
Footswitch I/O Yes, 1 x 1/4"
Height 14.75"
Width 15.8"
Depth 8.5"
Weight 25.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2260000000

Customer Reviews

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Fender Did It Again

I gave this amp a week or so after purchasing before writing this. I have been a Fender amp guy for many decades now but kept seeing the reviews and videos on this little amp. Don't do gigging anymore more but love small amps in my studio. I couldn't believe the size of the sound that comes out of this amp without a pedal. I love the Bluesy darker sound of this amp which mimics the old British Blues style sounds. Well, it was the 59' Bassman that started it all. The Treble Boost Switch is amazing in how it sculptures the tone. I have a modified Tweed Blues Jr. NOS and it doesn't sound as good as this 007, I my opinion. I love the clean up from lower volumes on the guitar to full volume breakup without touching a pedal. My Salesman at Sweetwater, Wayne Davis, took really good care of me, as he has for many years now, and I couldn't be happier with this purchase. If I were gigging again I would definitely step up and get one of the larger in the series. Give yourself a real treat and give one a test drive. It will bring a smile to your face when you see what this little amp brings to the table - a much bigger sound than imagined, full sounding tone, rich rounded true-tube overdrive sound and a playing experience that is worth the price of admission.
Music background: 50+ in the music business

Versatile recording amp

This little amp is true recording tone monster. First I'm partial to 10" speakers and I'm not a super high-gain kind of player, so it kind of plays into my tastes. There's plenty of gain for my needs and it really is extremely sensitive to touch and your volume knob. Very warm clean tones and gain that goes a couple notches above classic rock but well below heavy metal. This is a great addition and direction for Fender in my opinion. I've never liked the distortion channels in any of their amps, I have several Fender amps and unless I can crank them they just don't get used. This new series, especially the 007, has a great gain section and makes for a perfect home recording amp. I'll probably add one of the higher watt ones to my live set up- though the inconsistency in the options across the line is confusing and bad marketing, and no 4x10 at the moment is disappointing.
Music background: Producer, studio musician

Punches well above its weight class

This is a seven-watt 1X10 combo. Of course, it doesn't sound like a Fender Bassman or a Marshall 1962 "Bluesbreaker," but it definitely has its own thing going on -- and that's a very good thing indeed. The gain here is authentic and alive; this amp loves humbuckers or single-coils; and it really blazes its own trail -- impressive for an amp of any size. The 007 is "mean" in a "friendly" package. Think you know Fender tone? Plug into this and think again.

Great amp fpr the studio

I bought this little guy for use in my home studio. I picked it up at Gear Fest 2016. First, I have to disagree that you could gig with this. Not enough power to play with a drummer without micing it. That said, it has a very warm, sweet sound. I crank it to the max and it just sings. It was made for the home studio in my opinion. The cleans are very nice but the tube tone grit is awesome. It takes pedals well to but the natural grit and sustain is where its at. I would absolutely recommend this amp to anyone that wants a great amp to play in the bedroom or studio or live if you mic it.
Music background: 35+ years, blues/rock.

My new go to amp!

I love this amp! very quiet and expressive. Loud enough to hold its own in a small venue with a drummer. The Line out works great.
Music background: Teacher/ performer

Sweetwater Advice

Ashton Vaudt

If I had to choose a way to discover Fender amps, then the Bassbreaker 007 might be it. This amp finds its way onto a lot of my recordings not only for its signature Fender flavor, but also for the subtle way it breaks up, even at low volumes. It's perfect for adding some attitude to my tone, and it's great when I practice, record, or jam.
See also: Combo Amps, Fender, Fender Guitar Combo Amps