Description

Bill Schultz was hired by CBS to run Fender in 1981 and immediately started turning the company around. He later led and employee buyout of Fender in 1985, firmly putting the venerable company on the way back to its iconic status. These late blackface amps were part of Fender's return to hipness. Smaller headstocks on the guitars came back as well in this era. This amp is point-to-point wired, offering a fuller tonal range and greater sweetness than the previous pull-boost models. Bill Schultz was a hero, pushing Fender out of its long corporate nightmare and making high quality a priority again. This amp is all-stock, fresh tubes, biased, casters added. A real bargain.

Willies American Guitars

Willies American Guitars

1981
Fender
Good
Black
20 Years
$1,250
Willies American Guitars
Willie/Doug
(651) 699-1913
ST.PAUL, MN
3:37 AM
11-7 M-Th 11-6 Fri. 11-5 Sat. 12-4 Sun.

All Major Credit Cards accepted. As well as cash, personal checks, bank wire transfers and money orders.

Yes we DO ship outside the US but require payment by bank wire transfer or bank cashiers check only. Email us for specific international shipping rates.

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