~1954 Gibson Les Paul Junior GA 5

Gibson Les Paul Junior amp... GA 5 new tubes ... sounds great...original 7" Oval Rola speaker ...a/c cable replaced ...
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1960 Gibson GA-5T Skylark Tremolo

This 1960 Gibson GA-5T Skylark Tremolo was given as a gift along with a 1961 Gibson Les Paul Junior as a gift to a beginning musician in 1961. The student soon lost interest in music and both the guitar and amplifier went into storage. As a result, the amp was preserved in excellent cosmetic and structural condition. These amps are known for their warm tube crunch similar to a Fender...
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Gibson Skylark GA-5T

A pristine Gibson Skylark GA-5T all tube amplifier. Everything works perfectly. All original except the speaker was replaced with a 10" Ted Weber Signature series. This amp really cranks for it's size. Nice and clean at lower levels to crunch when pushed. Original 2 prong plug in perfect condition. The 5-tube compliment is: (2) 6EU7's (pre amp/ phase inverter and tremolo) (2)...
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1967 Gibson GA-15 RVT Explorer

1967 Gibson GA-15 RVT Explorer, all-original clean example from the last year of production, one of only 761 shipped that year, single 10-inch speaker, extension speaker out at 12. 5 watts, pot codes date to 1966, two transformer codes date to 1966, one transformer code dates to 1967, tons of punchy tone without the hearing loss, includes original Gibson inspection tag, incredibly rare...
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1957 Gibson GA-5

Absolutely amazing sounding vintage 1957 Gibson GA-5. One of the best little amps we've ever heard. This amp screams. Super warm distortion when turned up! Fully serviced by our tech and ready to rock.
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~1965 Gibson Hawk GA-25RVT

 This Gibson Hawk is in very good shape, the control panel shows the usual surface corrosion, the overall cosmetics are good. Featuring two channels that have dual inputs labeled "Guitar" and "Accordion." Both channels have Loudness, Bass and Treble controls. Channel 2 adds Reverberation, Depth, and Frequency controls for the Reverb and Trem. ...
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