An amazingly clean and original narrow panel 1959 Fender Princeton 5F2-A. This one is dated IG (July of 1959), and every dated part other than the pre-amp tube is original and dated late 1958 or early 1959, including the rectifier and power tube. The original tweed is in remarkably good shape, as are the handle and grill cloth. The baffle shows four non-original screw-holes from a 10” speaker that was installed at one point. The current speaker is the amplifier’s original, with matching IG date stamp. 

A great sounding tweed 1959 Fender Princeton, with gorgeous break-up and excellent volume. There’s a lot of reason why the ‘big box’ Fender Princetons are as popular as they are.

1959 Fender Princeton vintage tweed electric guitar amplifier

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A reproduction of Marshall’s famous model 1962 “Bluesbreaker” combo – made famous by Eric Clapton and his recordings with John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers – this 1990 JTM Tremolo 50 features a 30 watt circuit, GZ34 rectifier, EL34 tubes, 5881 power tubes, and a pair of Celestion Greenback G12M 25 watt speakers. The amp is in excellent condition, appears completely original, and works perfectly.

There’s nothing that sounds like a Bluesbreaker. It is about as close as you can get to British overdrive heaven.

At about 65 lbs this amp isn’t going into a shipping box, sorry. Local sales only.

1990 Marshall JTM 1962 Bluesbreaker Reissue electric guitar amplifier

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The Fender Pro Reverb was introduced in June of 1965, and has the distinction of being the only model of Black-Panel amplifiers that wasn’t offered in the pre-CBS era. You won’t find a ‘Fender Electric Instruments’ Pro Reverb.

This example is incredibly clean and is in perfect condition. It’s just been serviced by Dom Tantalo (Filter, bias, and cathode bypass caps replaced, a few non-original tubes replaced with NOS versions, clean, test, etc), and it received his high praises. Tube chart date of April 1967; transformers all date mid 1966 to the first week of ’67. Both 12” speakers are original but their date codes are obscured by stickers.

About 35 watts, 6L6 power section; incredible clean headroom with a little bit of sizzle when you get past about 4 on the volume knob. One of Fender’s best sounding models, and an incredibly versatile amp.

With original cover and foot switch.

No shipping, sorry.

1967 Fender Pro Reverb electric guitar amplifier


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