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    PRINCETON™ 65 OWNER'S MANUAL
    Your new Princeton™ 65 is designed by the same
    Fender® Tone-team that created many other classic
    Fender amps like the ToneMaster ®, Prosonic ™,
    Princeton® Chorus and Twin Reverb® to name a few.
    Moreover, it's built by the same craftspeople that build
    our popular line of Standard Series guitars and
    basses.
    Your Princeton 65 amp features include Normal and
    Drive Channels with independent tone and volume
    controls plus spring reverb. The convenient front
    panel input / output jacks allow for the addition of
    external signal processing devices. The footswitch
    jack offers the flexibility of using the optional
    footswitch for the remote selection of the drive and
    normal channels. The Normal and Drive Channels
    also feature individual volume controls allowing for
    matched level settings when switching between
    either channel. Moreover, the Drive channel
    incorporates Fender’s “touch-sensitive” circuit
    designed to simulate the feel of tube distortion.

    TROUBLESHOOTING
    If your Princeton 65 is set up but does not
    function, check the following items:
    • Is the amp power cord properly plugged into
    an electrical outlet?
    • Is there power to the outlet?
    • Is the fuse blown?
    • Is the speaker(s) properly connected to the
    amplifier?
    • Are the amplifier VOLUME, TREBLE, MID and
    BASS controls above 1?
    • Is the instrument volume control turned up?
    • Is the instrument plugged into the amplifier?
    (Eliminate any effects pedals, disconnect any
    effect devices and try another guitar cord.)
    If, after checking all of the above, your amplifier is
    not performing correctly, consult your nearest
    authorized Fender service center.

    Solidly built and affordably priced, the Princeton 65
    is a great amp by any measure. Because of its
    illustrious family tree, your new amp is capable of a
    lot more than meets the eye. Please read through
    your owner’s manual in order to more thoroughly
    understand the operation of your Princeton 65.
    Take the time to get to know each other... Tune-up,
    Plug-in and Play-on.
    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    1. Read these instructions
    2. Keep these instructions
    3. Follow all instructions
    4. Do not clean this apparatus near water
    5. Clean only with damp cloth
    6. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel. Servicing is
    required when the apparatus has been damaged in any
    way, such as power-supply cord is damaged, liquid
    has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
    apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or
    moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
    dropped.

    COVERING CARE
    The exclusive covering on your Fender Princeton
    65 cabinet has been especially designed for years
    of lasting beauty. A very light soapy solution on a
    sponge may be used to remove dirt and residue
    that may accumulate in the fabric. Be careful not
    to let any liquid come in contact with operating
    surfaces.
    REMEMBER TO UNPLUG THE POWER CORD
    BEFORE CLEANING AND WAIT UNTIL THE
    UNIT IS COMPLETELY DRY BEFORE
    PLUGGING IT IN.



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    PRINCETON 65 FRONT PANEL FUNCTIONS

    A. INPUT 1 - Plug your guitar in here.
    B. INPUT 2 - A lower impedance and sensitivity
    input than input 1, useful for guitars with active
    pickups. When used with passive guitars, it
    provides a darker tone. Both inputs are identical if
    used simultaneously.
    C. NORMAL VOLUME - Adjusts the overall
    loudness of the NORMAL CHANNEL.
    D. TREBLE - Adjusts the amount of increase or
    decrease in the high frequency range.
    E. BASS - Adjusts the amount of increase or
    decrease in the low frequency range.
    F. DRIVE - Adjusts the amount of preamp
    amplification in the DRIVE CHANNEL. Cleaner sound is
    achieved at lower gain settings; high gain settings
    will produce more sustain and distortion. This
    control works in conjunction with the DRIVE VOLUME
    control (item H) to set the overall loudness of the
    DRIVE CHANNEL.
    G. DRIVE CHANNEL INDICATOR - When this
    indicator is illuminated, the DRIVE CHANNEL is active.
    H. DRIVE VOLUME - Adjusts the overall loudness of
    the DRIVE CHANNEL.
    I. CH SELECT - Activates the DRIVE CHANNEL.
    J. TREBLE - Adjusts the amount of increase or
    decrease in the high frequency range.
    K. MID - Adjusts the overall tone quality without
    affecting the signal level. High MID settings will
    provide emphasis in the midrange frequencies
    whereas a lower setting will notch the midrange.

    L. BASS - Adjusts the amount of increase or
    decrease in the low frequency range.
    M. REVERB - Adjusts the amount of reverb present
    in both the NORMAL and DRIVE CHANNELS.
    N. FOOTSWITCH - Plug-in connection for the
    optional remote footswitch to select between the
    NORMAL and DRIVE channels. For proper
    operation of the footswitch, the Gain Select switch
    should be out. NOTE: Any good quality patch cord
    will work with the remote footswitch, however, a
    speaker grade cord is preferable to a coax guitar
    cord.
    O. PRE OUT - This jack provides an output signal
    from the preamp. Reverb is also present at this
    output. It may be used to drive effects units in an
    effects loop, to drive additional amplifiers in a multiamp set up or as a preamp send to a mixing
    console.
    P. PWR IN - This jack provides a return from your
    effects units. This jack can also be used as a power
    amp input.
    Q. PILOT JEWEL - Illuminates when the Princeton
    65 is receiving power.
    REAR PANEL
    POWER SWITCH - This switch turns the AC power
    ON and OFF. When the switch is OFF, the amplifier
    is completely shut down.
    LINE CORD - This amplifier is equipped with an IEC
    grounding type supply cord to reduce the possibility
    of shock hazard. Be sure to connect it to a
    grounded receptacle. DO NOT ALTER THE AC
    PLUG.



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    PRINCETON 65 SPECIFICATIONS
    TYPE

    PR 403

    POWER REQUIREMENTS

    180W

    PART NUMBER

    22-6774-020 (100V, 50/60 Hz) Japan
    22-6704-020 (120V, 60 Hz) USA
    22-6764-020 (230V, 50 Hz) Europe
    22-6744-020 (230V, 50 Hz) UK
    22-6734-020 (240V, 50 Hz) Aust

    INPUT IMPEDANCE

    >1MΩ

    NOMINAL INPUT LEVEL

    100 mV

    POWER OUTPUT

    65W R.M.S. (1% T.H.D.)*

    RATED LOAD IMPEDANCE

    8Ω

    SPEAKER COMPLEMENT

    One 8Ω Special Design
    12" Speaker (P/N 025923)

    DIMENSIONS

    16.5 in.
    18.6 in.
    9 in.

    41.9 cm
    47.3 cm
    22.9 cm

    WEIGHT

    28 lbs.

    12.7 kg

    ACCESSORIES

    Remote Footswitch (P/N 028890)
    Amplifier Cover (P/N 029883)

    Height:
    Width:
    Depth:

    *65W R.M.S. (5% T.H.D.) tested at 60 Hz AC mains.
    WARNING:

    -NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE, REFER SERVICING
    TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY.
    -TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD,
    DO NOT EXPOSE THIS AMPLIFIER TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
    -THIS UNIT MUST BE EARTH GROUNDED.
    Fender®, Strat®, ToneMaster®, Princeton® and Twin Reverb® are
    registered trademarks of the FMIC.
    Prosonic™ is a trademark of the FMIC.
    Product specifications are subject to change without notice.

    A PRODUCT OF:
    FENDER® MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CORP.
    CORONA, CA USA

    P/N

    054317 REV D






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