Retrofret Stock # 4664. Gibson EH-150 Model Tube Amplifier, c. 1938, made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 6599, tweed finish. A really nice working example of the world's first great guitar amplifier, the EH-150. This is the second variant housed in a a slightly arched cabinet with rounded off upper corners. The gold/brown tweed covering has orange and black vertical sripes in the center,with a black script Gibson logo in the lower right hand corner. The square lower cabinet edges have leather corners and four round hard rubber feet. Leather luggage handle on top, the front speaker aperture is covered by a black metal grill. The removable latched back reveals the control panel which lays out L-R on/off, fuse, echo-speaker jack, microphone volume, pilot light, instruments volume, 1 mic and 2 instrument inputs and a "normal tone/bass tone" togle switch. The original Gibson "High Fidelity Ultra Sonic Reproducer"- a field coil 12" speaker-is still in fine condition. This was the premier amplifier of its day, as used by Charlie Christian and a host of other 1940's greats.Height is 15 1/2 in. (39.4 cm.), 16 1/4 in. (41.3 cm.) width, and 9 1/2 in. (24.1 cm.) . Nicely original except 3-prong cord added; tweed is somewhat darkened with some old cigarette burns on top but very intact. Original handle better than most. Overall a nice example. Excellent Condition.

Retrofret Vintage Guitars

Retrofret Vintage Guitars

Retrofret Vintage Guitars
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Retrofret has been shipping instruments throughout the USA and worldwide for nearly 20 years. We have yet to experience a single instance of damage (...I hope this doesn't jinx our perfect record). Retrofret's shipping department can send parcels via UPS, Fedex, USPS, BAX, DHL and DSV Air and Yusen Air Cargo. We ship instruments and other items on a 48 hour approval basis once we received payment in full. Shipping charges and taxes are not included in the prices listed. Mail order shipments within New York are subject to sales tax of 8.875%. Shipments out of state are not subject to NY city and state tax, although the buyer assumes all other tax requirements of their municipality. Before sending payment, please call to confirm the instrument's availability and the cost of shipment.

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