The Fender Blues Junior is most similar to the Fender Blues Deluxe, which adds a "drive" channel, an effects loop, and uses 6L6GC output tubes for 40 watts of rated output.
The "Blonde" and "Brown Tolex" Blues Juniors feature traditional Fender Tolex upholstery in their respective colors, while the Sunburst Ash edition features an ash cabinet with a sunburst stain.
One edition was issued with a forest green colored cabinet, had a United States flag on the cloth speaker grille, and had United States Air Force markings detailed on the cabinet in yellow.
The standard Blues Junior is dressed like a traditional black Fender amplifier, with black Tolex upholstery and a silver cloth speaker grille.
Many green board models have excessive noise in the reverb circuit, as the signal is inserted into the reverb after the master volume.
The later circuit boards are cream or tan colored and sound "brighter" or more treble-oriented, with the reverb situated before the Master volume.
Lacquered Tweed editions, as the name implies, feature a cabinet upholstered with a lacquered tweed fabric.Some of these have been artificially aged from the factory and are known as Lacquered Tweed "Relic" editions.The Blues Junior is a tube guitar amplifier introduced in 1995 by the Fender company.It is aimed at achieving the warm, tube-driven tone common in many styles of American blues and blues rock dating back to the 1950s, while remaining both portable and affordable.Fender frequently releases limited editions of the Blues Junior.All have the same electronic components and specifications but have cosmetic changes and often a different speaker, at varying prices.