Museum: Amplifiers

A Valco-built amp from 1962, this amp originally came to our shop as part of a set with a Supro electric mandolin. It's a simple,...
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This mid-60's rotating tremolo unit was manufactured by Leslie Electronics for Thomas Organs, and has been professionally restored...
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Built just down the road from us in Galt, Ontario; the Mason Company offered Canadians a quality alternative to the more costly Fe...
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The amp is as-new, and in perfect working order. If you're looking for the best high-volume clean tweed tone imaginable, you've found it.
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Serial #23873. A cool looking Gibson amp from 1960 with all kinds of tone. The GA-5 was often sold as a set with the budget Skyla...
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The rounded-corner, 12" speaker version of the EH-150, built between 1937 and 1941 is the amplifier most commonly associated with...
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Serial # 14871, Model 5F1 Champ, date code JK (November 1960) applied to both the paper label and speaker. All parts date coded 1...
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Serial # 130875; Speaker dated early '62, pots coded late 1961. Among the most sought-after low-power Gibson tweed-era amps, the...
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Serial # 111705. Here's a rare and wonderful early model Epiphone EA-35 Devon in excellent working order. The Devon was the very...
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Model 5F1. Serial L-04700, Date code GF (June, 1957), pot code 3rd week of 1957, Caps dated early 1957, tubes dated mid-1957, Jens...
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In short, if you want to sound like Ry Cooder, this should be your amp. About 10 watts, dual 6V6 power. Meticulously serviced, s...
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One of the cleanest Fender Champs we've ever offered, this particular amp was brought to Folkway by its original owner, along with...
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