Museum: Amplifiers

We really have no idea who built this amp, thanks to the red paint painted all over it long ago. Its a great sounding low-wattage...
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Serial # C06611. Tube chart and speaker dated February 1958 (HB). All components date-coded late 1957. With its original hang-tag...
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Steel serial # 6260, Amp serial # C12446, amp and speaker production code JA (January, 1960), capacitors, tubes, and pot all dated...
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Found locally, this Fender Champ steel and amplifier set is 100% original, complete, and in perfect working order. The amp sounds...
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The wide-panel super is many people's desert island amplifier. Although its younger narrow panel brother gets all the attention, t...
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The secret recipe for tone amongst many of our favorite players is a converted Filmosound projector amplifier through a great sou...
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Teisco built Beltone Amplifiers have a thrift-store chic look, gainy low wattage snarl, and usually a pretty descent tremolo. The...
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With matching serial numbers (both stamped 430), we know that this pair has likely spent all of the last 73 years at cable-length...
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Looking for raw, screamy 50�s tweed tone without the 50�s tweed price? Behold the Rexamp! Made in Canada during the 50�s, th...
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Tube chart code IA, pots dated late 1958. The Fender Harvard Amp was introduced in 1955 and filled the gap between the 5 watt Pri...
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Tube chart code GL, pots dated, capacitors, and speaker dated 1957. To many, the 5E3 Narrow-panel Fender Deluxe is the ultimate a...
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Serial# A 01847. This as-new 1965 Fender Champ is about as clean as they come. Having lived in a local basement or crawlspace in i...
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