Description
Up for sale, a 1970's Burman GX3 preamp in excellent condition and in good working order. Once called the Rolls-Royce of British tube amplifiers due to their incredible build quality, Burman tube gear is exceedingly hard to find and is cherished by musicians "in the know." Perhaps most notable for their use by Killing Joke and the Cocteau Twins (for bass), Burman amps have a cult following and the GX3 lives up to their reputation.

The hand-built preamp features three vintage 12AX7 tubes (two Mullards and one Brimar), and the circuit is very original, with stock 1meg resistors and Wima capacitors. Features include a switchable voltage selector for 110-240V, three gain stages, EQ controls (bass, midrange, treble, presence), an effects loop, variable output, and a variety of routing options. This GX3 is in incredible condition cosmetically, with all of the original knobs and a very clean enclosure.
Year Condition Color Case
~1975 Excellent Black None

$899.99

Mike & Mike's Guitar Bar
Michael John Ball
206.399.8518
Seattle, WA
3:46 AM
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Orders within the Continental USA are shipped USPS Parcel Select unless they weigh over 70lbs, in which case we ship FedEx Ground. International orders are shipped via USPS Priority Mail International, and in some cases Global Express (where Priority is not offered). We are happy to oblige our buyers and use more expedited shipping services if requested and all orders are shipped within three business days or receiving cleared payment.

We are happy to offer a 48 hour approval period after delivery on all of the items sold through Mike & Mike's Guitar Bar. We will accept returns only if the item has been misrepresented in regards to originality and condition. We do our absolute best to accurately describe the tonal properties of our instruments, but will not accept returns based on the subjective nature of "tone," In the event of a return, the customer pays all shipping and insurance costs and any other credit card or Paypal fees associated with the transaction. With that said, we go to great lengths to ensure with 100% confidence that you are getting the exact item you purchased in the condition and originality described.