2x EL34 power, master volume and very flexible tone controls, footswitchable boost. Blonde, a strong 12 watts from two EL84s, one Celestion 25w Greenback 12" loudspeaker, salt and pepper grille cloth, tube-driven spring reverb, three-band EQ, added Brake-Lite attenuator, very clean, super-versatile, handwired...The electric guitar may be the iconic symbol of the rock ‘n roll era, but it was the guitar amplifier which allowed bands to turn it up like never before.
With settings at 5-6 its tone is rich and sweet like a high fidelity tube stereo... Handwired in Chicago, all original with the exception of a grounded cord. Mid-60s factory Top Boost AC-30, designed by Dick Denney, JMI production, grey panel, original transformers, housed in a very authentic North Coast repro cabinet riding on a beautiful repro chrome dolly, Weber Blue Dog alnico... A delightful white knob-era amp that has been a mainstay stage amp for Mike Campbell of the Heartbreakers for many years.
Cool early J-12 Jet, 12 watts from a pair of 6V6s, 12" CTS speaker, dark blue tolex, tremolo, very clean, warm hi-fi sound, quite different from Fender and Gibson amps of the day. EC- original ’61 Oxford Alnico speaker (32nd week means it’s made in August ’61). Brown era Fenders are a bit cleaner with more headroom than a tweed amp of same model. Nice light 20-watt tube amp, has cool 1967 Jensen Vibranto 12" loudspeaker, great tone and deep tremolo, classic early '60s good looks with a riot of different fonts on the control panel. Blackface, pre-CBS, AA964 circuit number on label, 15 watts from two 6V6s, tube rectifier, Oxford 10" speaker, great tremolo, fantastic small club or recording amp, handwired in Fullerton, California. More snap than a Princeton Reverb yet still has great tube... Here we have a vintage 1964 Ampeg M-15 "Big M" combo amp.
Guitarists in the 40s, 50s, and 60s needed a way to be heard over the drums and bass, and the tones produced by classic tube amps became the definitive sound of a generation.
While vintage guitar amplifiers are still highly valued by musicians for their unique look and sound, collectors also prize models popularized by artists like The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and The Who.
Original Oxford speakers date to the 23rd week of 1973 and sound excellent.
Original footswitch included, tilt-back legs and casters.
This one is good mechanical and electronic condition, tape is in good... It's a 4x10" bass combo in earth tones but otherwise bears little similarity to Fender's tweed Bassman that so influenced Marshall.
100 watts from a quartet of EL34s, a built-in compressor with width and...
Here we have a vintage 1964 Fender Princeton Reverb. Vintage single-button footswitch included, just thoroughly serviced, grounded cord added. In excellent condition with the original footswitch, loaded with the original Jensen C15N, dating to the 36th week of 1963. Here we have a vintage 1964 Fender Champ-Amp, super clean and all original. Fender's top of the line piggyback amp, blackface AB763 circuit, 85 watts, 4x6L6, solid-state rectifier, 2 channels, tremolo, matching cabinet with JBL 1x15" loudspeaker, clean and original including tilt-back legs, sliding...