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1959 Fender® Bassman®

$4,000
up for your consideration is a 1959 Fender Bassman out of the Rod Piazza collection. The amp was recovered quite a few years ago by Rod, and at that time he found some original tweed, which this one is recovered in. The amp still has four P10R's all dating to early 1959. It still has it's original transformers and a lot of it's original caps. The amp sounds killer, the 12AU7 pre amp tube for harp...
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1959 Fender® Bassman®

$2,400
Up for your consideration is a 59 Tweed Bassman. The amp has had a recover and the speakers are not original. The output transformer is a nice 2 ohm after market, and the power transformer is from a 60's Fender Super Reverb amp. That said, this old war horse still sounds great, it has newer caps so it runs quiet, and still has that great wam tone these amps are known for, and at an affordable...
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1962 Fender® Bassman®

$2,500
Up for your consideration is a beautiful 62 Fender bassman Amp. The amp is in excelent condition, with only a small patch on the back cover where an extra speaker jack was installed at one time. The Tolex still presents very well, with a couple of typical knot stains. the grills on both head and cab are snag free. The amp still retains most of it's original caps as well as all of it's original...
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1999 Fender® Vibro King

$1,800
Up for your consideration is a near mint 1999 Fender Vibro King Amp. The amp is in near mint condition as it was bought in 99, but never used on a gig. it has spent it's whole life in the previous owneds den. The amp works and sounds great. The reverb is designed like a vintage outboard type, with tone, dwell and mix knobs. At 60 watts it has all the power one needs and it has enough headroom for...
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1960 Fender® Bassman®

$4,000
For your consideration is my 1960 Fender Bassman. It has been recovered with a beautiful amber tweed and done professionatly. The amp still retains all of it's original transformers and it's original four P10Q speakers. The faceplate does have a small area of rust on the far left coner, but the lettering is still clear. It has had some caps replaced as needed over the years. At one time the...
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~1969 Rose Morris Broadway

$500
For your consideration is a killer British amp made by the Rose Morris Co. in England in the late 60's. It's powered by a pair of EL 84's and an EF 20 rectifier. Very similar to an AC10. it features a pair of 6X9 Elac speakers. It plays and sounds great with that traditional British break up. The tremolo works as well. it will take a voltage transformer to convert 120 to 240. These are very...
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~1978 Gibson Kalamazoo Reverb 12

$250
For your consideration is a very clean Kalamazoo Reverb 12. The amp is in excellent original condition. Tolex, grill, Speaker and all electronics. The amp is a poor mans Princeton reverb, using EL 84's instead of 6V6's. Both the Reverb and Tremolo work well. As the title indicates it's around 12 watts give or take. A very cool amp for practice or smaller coffee house type gigs, or a great starter...
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