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~1965 Fender® Oxford 12T6 12" Speakers

$190
These Oxford Speakers came inside a Black Faced Pro Reverb amp. One has the famed "Red Plug". Date codes are: 465-451 $190 465-809 $175 Price is each, shipping not included
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Patriot 12" Guitar Speaker made in the USA

$60
12" Patriot Speaker with an excellent cone, came with a Deluxe Reverb and sounded decent. Price does not include shipping
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1968 Fender® CTS 12" Super Duty speakers from drip rail 1968 Twin Reverb®

$225
These CTS Super Duty speakers have 4" SQUARE magnets that I estimate at 96oz. These speakers came inside a 1968 Twin Reverb, with matching date codes. Dust covers are slightly different shades of silver. These are the correct speakers for a Silver Face Pro Reverb, Twin Reverb or 2x12 Showman cabinet. I personally played and recorded with these in my 1969 Pro Reverb and loved them. Also loved...
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1971 Fender® Oxford 12" 12L6 Speaker - 1971 SF Deluxe Reverb®

$185
Oxford 12" 12LG Speaker from a 1971 Silver Faced Deluxe Reverb stamped: 010343 465143 Price does not include shipping
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1972 Fender® Oxford 12" 12L6 Speaker - 1972 Deluxe Reverb®

$175
Oxford 12" 12LG Speaker from a 1972 Deluxe Reverb stamped: 010343 465216 Price does not include shipping
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2002 Ampeg 12" Speaker from a reissue J-12T Jet Reverb

$60
Nice little 12" speaker with the following markings: 86-077-08 121428 Price does not include shipping
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~1977 Fender® Utah Four (4) 52-5 speakers from a 1973 Quad Reverb

$135
These Fender speakers came from a 1973 Fender Quad Reverb. Manufactured by Utah for Fender with a date code of 328739. A pair would be perfect for a Pro Reverb, or even a single would be great in a Deluxe Reverb Price is each, less shipping
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1970 JBL Blown 2215A pair, 15" Full range speakers

$75
Believed to have originated in the Grateful Dead's wall of sound. James B Lansing asked Bear, the sound guy for the Dead, to return any blown speakers for failure analysis. I purchased these along with a blown D120F that has a date and "Winterland" written on back. Who knows, they are priced cheap for someone to enjoy! recone kits available from soundspeakerrepair.com Price is each, without...
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~1970 JBL Pair of blown LE15A 15" speakers

$75
Believed to have originated in the Grateful Dead's wall of sound. James B Lansing asked Bear, the sound guy for the Dead, to return any blown speakers for failure analysis. I purchased these along with a blown D120F that has a date and "Winterland" written on back. Who knows, they are priced cheap for someone to enjoy! recone kits available from soundspeakerrepair.com Price is each, without...
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~1965 JBL D131-16 12" Speaker with original cone

$220
This is an original cone JBL D131 in 16 ohms. These speakers have the 4" voice coil motor from the D130 on the 12" frame of the D120. Price listed is each, shipping is not included.
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~1965 Fender® JBL D-130F 15" Guitar/Bass/Keyboard speaker with original cone

$250
This is considered the holy grail of pedal steel guitar speakers, and also works well for guitar, bass and keyboards. Only one available.
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~1965 Fender® JBL D120F-4 Vintage 12" Speaker

$220
D120F-4 is the premier Fender 12" D120 speaker with a 4 ohm voice coil. These work well in larger Fender Vibratone or Leslie cabinets, and also are amazing in Deluxe Reverbs. Take a single showman 12" tone ring cabinet, put this D120F-4 and drive it with a Dual Showman amp. Amazing sound quality, but I cannot promise what it will sound like in your cabinet and played through your amp. Price...
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~1970 JBL E110-4, pair of 10" speakers

$125
Freshly reconed with 4 ohm voice coils, these little gems were intended for Fender Vibratone or Leslie cabinets. As a bonus, they can be run in series to replace an 8 ohm speaker. When placed in a sealed stage monitor, they sound amazing. Price listed is each, shipping is not included.
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~1965 JBL D140F, sequential serial number pair 15" speakers

$275
Discovered in a vintage non-fender cabinet that sat in a garage for decades. These are the holy grail of base guitar speakers. They work well, not dents in the dust covers or holes in cones. Buy both and I'll throw in the 2x15 cabinet they arrived in. From an old USENET archive written by Harvey Gerst, the person who designed the Musical Instrument series speakers for James B...
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~1965 JBL 12" D-131 sequential serial number pair speakers

$275
The JBL D-131 is an amazing speaker having the 4" flat wound voice coil motor of the D-130 on the 12" D-120 Frame. Cones appear to be original, silver dust covers are dent-free. Speakers came out of a blackface Twin Reverb amp, were tested and worked great, but I cannot promise how they will sound through your amp or speaker cabinet.
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