Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 III 60-watt 4x10" Tube Combo Amp

60-watt 3-channel All-tube 4x10" Guitar Combo Amplifier with Reverb - Black
Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 III 60-watt 4x10
Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 III 60-watt 4x10

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Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 III 60-watt 4x10" Tube Combo Amp
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Get Your Tube-powered Thrills with This 4 x 10" DeVille

Plug into fantastic Fender tube tone! The 60-watt Hot Rod DeVille 410 III packs three distinctive channels of tube-fired Fender tones into a 4 x 10" combo that's perfect for the practice room, the stage, or the studio. You'll love the glistening clean sounds you coax from the Hot Rod DeVille 410 III. Switch to the drive channel and you'll experience that magical bluesy breakup. Choose the more drive channel for sweet, sustaining leads. You also get classic onboard spring reverb, an effects loop, and a handy extension-speaker jack. The 6L6-equipped Hot Rod DeVille 410 III pumps its power through two great-sounding, specially designed Eminence speakers.

Fender built this Hot Rod DeVille 410 III to perform - and to look great doing it. The classy black-vinyl covering, Blackface-style grille cloth, stage-friendly front-reading controls, and updated badge make this combo the perfect combination of subtle and stunning. You'll also appreciate the Hot Rod DeVille 410 III's onstage functionality, thanks to a streamlined footswitch that lets you easily move between the amp's three channels.

Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 III 60-watt, 4 x 10" Tube Guitar Amplifier Combo Features at a Glance:
  • Tube amp
  • 60 watts
  • 4 x 10" special design Eminence 8-ohm, 30-watt speakers
  • Preamp tubes: 3 x 12AX7 preamp tubes, 2 x 6L6 power tubes, and 1 x solid-state rectifier
  • 2 inputs
  • 3 selectable channels (normal, drive, and more drive)
  • Controls include presence, reverb, master volume, middle, bass, treble, drive select switch, drive volume, and bright switch
  • Spring reverb and effects loop (preamp output, power amp input)
  • Extension-speaker jack
  • Textured black vinyl covering with Blackface-style black/silver grille cloth
  • 2-button, 3-function footswitch included
  • Amplifier cover included

Fender's Hot Rod DeVille 410 III puts true tube horsepower and a variety of great tones into a beautiful 4 x 10" package!
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.

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Tech Specs

Type Tube
Number of Channels 3
Total Power 60W
Speaker Size 4 x 10"
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Preamp Tubes 3 x 12AX7
Power Tubes 2 x 6L6
Inputs 2 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x Speaker
Footswitch I/O Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Height 23.5"
Width 23.5"
Depth 10.75"
Weight 60 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2230100000

Customer Reviews

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Fender Clean and Marshall Crunch

This is a portable stack! It has the Fender Clean tone backed up with a very good sounding spring reverb. The tone controls allow you to get the sound you want. The Crunch Channel has Gain and More Gain so it's like having a 2nd. and a 3rd. Chanel besides the Clean Channel. I used to have a large Marshall JCM 900 MK1V Full Stack with 2 JCM 900 Speaker Cabs loaded with Celestion V30's a total of 8 of 12" quality speakers. That rig was pure rock heaven. I sold it when I moved because I was thinking it was causing me to loose my hearing. Anyway a couple of years back I ordered the Fender Hot Rod DeVille from Joseph Seccu at Sweetwater to fill the void left after I sold my Marshall JCM 900 Full Stack. This Fender on the Crunch (Gain and More Gain) Channels can get so loud and it also has a nice Gain knob that when cranked allows for a Marshally Tone at high volume and even at quit room volumes. It's also only 55 pounds total even with 4 of 10" speakers and 60 watts. This makes it portable. That's how an amplifier should be, great sounding clean or distorted with a choice of channels, reverb and portability. Having the ability to really get loud and crank is something not many amps can achieve and that's what sets this amp apart from most of the rest. It's really loud, while being portable and great sounding. Honestly what more can you ask of an amp? I don't write a lot of reviews but I am so happy with this amp and since I have had it for 3 years now with no problems I decided to do a review. One more thing, this amp is designed to allow you the owner to change the tubes because it has a built in "bias" port. No need to pay a service technician. I use an inexpensive meter to set the bias. There is even a "How to bias the Fender Hot Rod DeVille 410 III amp on YouTube.
Music background: I play around 28 different kind of stringed instruments. Guitars, Sitar, Veena, Oud, Sarangi, Sarod, Violin, Viola, Banjo, Erhu, Pipa, Bouzouki. I play many different styles of music and I play hours everyday and night.

Best Fender tube amp of all time

As the progenitor is the Bassman this Hotrod Deville amp spawned from an iconic blues amp loins to become the perfect tone machine. The balance of 4 eminence classic speakers coupled with a 3 x 12axt pre Section driving the senseous 2 6L6 iconic bad boys the only thing that must happen is rock Angels,coming out the cab. The nuances and vocality, dynamics and tome come together in perfect harmony Can be appreciated at all levels of "loudness" Buy this amp,,,give it a name like Steve or BB it will be your friend for life. The 4'Eminence speaker complement is synergy in action Don't pass up treating yourself to hours of sonic bliss...Ger this amp It's a keeper
Music background: Professional guitar & trumpet player

Classic Fender Clean

This amp is a beast! I was looking for an amp that could deliver shimmering fender cleans at high volumes, but I wanted to spend slightly less than the 65 twin 'verb sells for. I am glad I pulled the trigger on this amp. The headroom on the clean channel is outstanding - the neck pickup on my strat, a little bit of spring reverb, and I am in tone heaven. I play mostly classic rock, blues, and improvisational jam music. Primary guitars are a Japanese strat, a 1980 Les Paul Custom, and an Epiphone Les Paul. I played this amp at an outdoor gig the day I bought it. I didn't have time to figure out it's sweet spots, so I basically set everything at 5 o'clock and let her rip, and I was blown away. within 30 second of our first song, I knew I had hit the money. I noticed that the 4 10 speakers cut through the mix a lot better than my previous 412 setup. The other guitar player in our band uses a 100 watt Marshall DSL, and I had to turn my amp down a bit because I was cutting through the mix so well. One thing I will say about this amp is that it is extremely loud - 2 o'clock on the volume will rattle the house. I only use it for live gigs, and ended up getting a used blues Jr. for practice. The drive channels are so-so; they sound great when the drive is dialed in just a bit, but at higher gain the drive is sort of muddy. A tube screamer makes this amp sing like bird. The spring reverb sound amazing. This amp is very responsive to my playing/picking, is very dynamic, and the eq is very musical throughout the bands. This amp is a true classic sedan that produces pure tone magic, and the cleans are outstanding, even in large venue settings with the master volume cranking.
Music background: gigging musician, recording hobbyist

Great amp

Best clean sound I've ever heard, period. the 4 ten inch speakers are great for guitar, and cover all needed frequencies, with lots of volume and bottom end. Throw a tube screamer in front of it, and watch out!
Music background: Musician, recording engineer

Great Amp

This 410 sounds excellent with plenty of volume. Sturdy footswitch included. Even my acoustic/electric sounds great through it.
Music background: Picker and Grinner

Sweetwater Advice

Steve Ploense

Having owned many amps over the years, I know that I'm definitely not a "head and cabinet" guy. I love the Fender Rod Rod DeVille 410 III because the four 10" speakers give it the feel of a half stack in a portable form. Many make reference to an amp "turning up to 11," but this one literally goes to 12 - and I've never had the need to turn it up past 5. And while I've never been a high gain type of person, this amp can also be a crunch machine! It gives me shimmering Fender cleans, gritty blues crunch, and a nice "More Drive" channel which is perfect for solos. If you're into the 6L6 Fender sound, this is the way to go!
See also: Combo Amps, Fender, Fender Guitar Combo Amps