Category: Amps

 1965 VOX AC30/6

Vintage 1965 VOX AC30/6 Bass guitar amplifier. Perhaps the most desirable 1960′s combo amplifier ever made, the AC30 has been showcased on some of the most famous recordings of all time, and has become synonymous with the tone of classic British rock. This particular AC30 is in very excellent original condition, and sounds absolutely spectacular. Do not miss this rare opportunity to buy the sound that inspired generations of guitar players, in a physical presentation that’s fit for a museum.

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 1957 Gretsch Electromatic Twin 6169

Vintage 1957 “Gretsch Electromatic Twin” 6169 electric guitar amplifier. This particular 6169 example, serial number X81424, features the upgraded “Buff with brown” and “tooled leather trim” appointments that cost an additional $15 and happened to perfectly match and complement your Gretsch Round Up (6130) or the concurrent Chet Atkins (6120). This incredibly well preserved example even has the original Artistic canvas cover and the original RCA 6V6 power tubes.

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 1973 Ampeg SVT

Vintage 1973 Ampeg SVT ‘Black Line’ bass guitar amplifier head. This particular example, serial number 32918, is in very excellent 100% all original condition. This incredibly iconic bass amp remains unparalleled by all other vintage high-power bass amps, has been reissued by Ampeg to the tune of $2,000.00 and has achieved ultimate acclaim for virtually all applications. In short, when it comes to bass amplification… this. is. it. This second generation SVT head, just post those with the ‘Blue Line’ front panel, happened to belong to the famous husband and wife recording duo, The Captain & Tennille, and remains in the identical internal shape as when they first purchased it new sometime in ’75, during the absolute pinnacle of their fantastic career.

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 1979 Park 100w 2 x 12

Vintage 1979 Park 100w 2 x 12 Model Z558 electric guitar combo amplifier. This particular example, serial number 576, is in very excellent all original condition, features a master volume, and is essentially the exact same amp as Marshall’s 1979 JMP 2103 combo.

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 1968 Fender Deluxe Reverb

Vintage 1968 Fender Deluxe Reverb -Amp electric guitar amplifier. This particular drip rail/edge AB763 example, serial number A26945, is in near mint 100% all original condition, and includes the original BlackFace era Fender footswitch. Famous for ushering in the SilverFace aesthetic with the identical schematic of the highly coveted AB763, this rare variety is one of best bang-for-your-buck vintage amplifiers available. Not to mention, this particular all original example happens to sound better than any BlackFace Deluxe Reverb we’ve had and heard in years.

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 1958 Fender 5F1 Champ

Vintage 1958 Fender 5F1 Champ Amp electric guitar amplifier. This impeccably clean tweed example, serial number C08329, still retains every single original component. The late-50′s tweed Champs have enjoyed a reputation as the most famous big-sounding small amp. Though originally intended for a student/economy customer, the tweed Champ has since become several serious guitarist’s secret weapon in the studio as it famously produces an abundantly rich and overdriven tone, unparalleled by not just other small tube amps, but even by the likes of 100w Marshalls.

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