Museum: Amplifiers

The 20112-T was Victoria Amp’s take on the classic Narrow Panel Tweed Deluxe. It’s based on Fender’s classic 5E3 circuit, a...
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The 15 watt Vox AC-15C1 is the modern version of Vox’s classic low-power 1x12 combo. The amp features a 12” Celestion Greenb...
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The ‘Blackface’ era Fender Princeton Reverb is among the most sought-after low power amps in the vintage market. With its sma...
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Widely considered to be the pinnacle of Mesa/Boogie evolution, the 1984 Mark II C+ featured a revised lead circuit that offers som...
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A clean and unmodified 1977 Silverface Princeton in excellent working order. At about 12 watts, the non-reverb Princeton is a gre...
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A 100% original unaltered 1959 Fender 5F1 Champ. It’s in beautiful condition throughout, and although used has clearly not been...
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It’s always fun to have a tweed Champ in the shop. The tone these little amps kick out is frequently all we’re ever wanting,...
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Date code PK (Nov. 1966), Production code 92, transformers both dated mid 1966, original speaker and innards. A clean and origina...
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From the home of the original owner and directly to Folkway comes this 1965 Fender Bassman. The amp was purchased alongside the ...
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The forbearer of Supro’s legendary Thunderbolt, the 1688TN shares a lot of tonal similarity with its famous next-of-kin. The Th...
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My first income at Folkway Music was this $20, collected on this date 20 years ago, in 1999. The guitar it’s sitti… https://t.co/giA8duofdq