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~1966 Fender® Dual Showman® head

Well used, sounds great.The tube chart only has the letter "A", and since it's not from 1951, I'm guessing it's between 1965-1967
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1966 Fender® Dual Showman® w/JBL speakers


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1966 Dual Showman with 2x15 JBL speakers LOUD. Come'n get it.
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1970 Fender® Dual Showman® Reverb Head TFL5000D

Fantastic sounding 1970 Fender Dual Showman Reverb TFL5000D Silverface head. Sounds and functions great! 100 watts with reverb and vibrato. Transformers and choke are all original and are coded 606015, 606930, and 606013 all dating to 1969 / 1970. Really cool early Silverface amp! Year: 1970. Model: Dual Showman Reverb Serial: A23372. Condition: Overall in very good condition less...
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1967 Fender® Showman® Piggyback Tube Amp 1x15 Tone Ring Cab JBL

Up for sale, a 1967 Fender Showman in well maintained and largely original condition, complete with the matching 1x15 "Tone Ring" piggyback speaker cabinet! The Showman was Fender's flagship tube amp in '67, the last year of the famed Blackface circuit that delivers incredible clean power and headroom, with a sweet sounding, versatile preamp. Perfect for bass as well as guitar (or any situation...
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Big Sound, 1X15 cab features a JBL D140 mounted on a tone ring - 85 watt tube head, dual channels, tremolo, black face, period speaker appears to be original, with covers, VGC+, consignment * Sorry, we no longer ship used amps. In-store sales only! * (SN:A 05080 / L06189) Item ID 130U-10824
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1964 Fender® Showman® Head

Another sweet deal on a vintage Fender head. 1964 Blackface Fender Showman head owned by original Sonics bass player Andy Parypa! Tons of head room, and even more vintage vibe. Has been re-tubed, and has some extra drill holes on the back of the head. Tube chart reads “NJ” dating it to October of 1964, all transformers are original and date to 1964. Tremolo does not currently work, all else...
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1982 Guild® D-212SB

This is one of the great Guild 12-strings of all time (as far as I'm concerned): not quite as big and cumbersome as the more jumbo-size F series, but with an arched back which projects its rich sound much more effectively than its braced flat-back cousins. Some folks may be aware of them because Tom Petty plays one extensively in the "Concert for George" and elsewhere, but the D-212SB is...
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