Vintage Instruments: Amplifiers

This BL-112 was custom built for us by Headstrong a few years back, and is a faithful recreation of Fender's late 1950's tweed 5F3...
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Here’s a recent Fender ’65 Priceton Reverb Reissue that’s in perfect near-new condition. Save a few hundred off the price o...
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Supro’s Model 1615T was designed as an accordion amplifier, and built for just a few years in the late 1950’s. Sporting a 15...
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Fender’s blackface AB763 circuit Showman is a 4x6L6 equipped 85 watt unit with normal and vibrato channels and without reverb....
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The Silvertone 1472 is a 10 watt tremolo-equipped amp that was built by Danelectro for Sears in the early 1960’s. Similar in de...
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Built in Galt, Mason amps and lap steels are local to their core. The amp features Guelph-made Hammond transformers, Waterloo-mad...
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The Silvertone 1432 is a 10 watt single 12” speaker amplifier with 2 channels and tremolo. Dual 6V6 powered, the amplifier is a...
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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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Built between 1959 and 1961 the Silvertone 1433 was the brand’s most expensive single-speaker amplifier. With a big 15” Alnic...
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Traynor’s YGM-4 Studio Mate is an EL-84 powered closed-back combo with 4x8” speakers, and about 20 watts of output. It’s go...
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Gibson’s mid-1960’s GA-19RVT Falcon is a 1x12 combo with footswitch-controlled reverb and trem, and about 15 watts of power....
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