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  • Fender Vintage Reissue '59 Bassman LTD

    Fender Vintage Reissue '59 Bassman LTD - "Excellent reissue with modern construction techniques"


    Although the Bassman series dates back to 1952, The 5F6 Bassman circuit, introduced by Leo Fender in 1959 in 4x10 combo format, is widely considered to be the beginning of guitar amplification as we know it. As its name suggests, it was originally de…

  • Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

    Fender Hot Rod Deluxe - "Good clean channel, skip the overdrive."


    Fender has been the golden standard for guitar amplification for over 50 years. From the earliest RCA-inspired circuits to modern models like the Supersonic, Fender has been a prime player in the game every step of the way. The Hot Rod Deluxe was …

  • Fender Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb

    Fender Pro Tube Custom Vibrolux Reverb - "Best Purchased Used"


    The Fender Custom Vibrolux Reverb, or CVR, is a 2x10, 40 Watt all-tube combo amplifier in the tradition of Fender's most famous blackface amps. It has two channels, Normal and Bright, both with a high and low input. It features two 5881 power tubes, …

  • Fender Princeton Chorus

    Fender Princeton Chorus - "2X10 With Chorus and some Punch!"


    The Princeton Chorus series are, (since the 80's), solid-state amps with ample power and very well rounded speakers. You are given the standard two input option common on many Fender Amps. Also you have both a mono and stereo FX loop, foot switch ja…

  • Mesa Boogie Lone Star Special 2x12 Combo

    Mesa Boogie Lone Star Special 2x12 Combo - "Starry eyed cleans"


    The Mesa boogie Lonestar Special offers many interesting features that make it one of the more versatile El84 designs on the market. You can operate at a full 30 watts or trim it down to 15 or 5 watts, running on only one tube. The amp also has a 3 …

  • Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace 2x12 Combo

    Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace 2x12 Combo - "Beautiful tones"


    Handbuilt in Petaluma, California. The Mesa Boogie Stiletto Ace is a very well rounded el34 based amplifier. Offering two channels with 3 distinct voices assignable to each, the Ace can cover a lot of ground. The ability to switch between Rectifiers…

  • Bogner Goldfinger 1x12 combo

    Bogner Goldfinger 1x12 combo - "Full of mojo"


    The goldfinger is a 2 channel, 6v6 based monster. The amp features both a pre and post effects loops, onboard reverb, pre/post bright switches for the loud 69 channel, and a foot switchable boost. The tolex is exclusive to bogner and features a beaut…

  • Mesa Boogie Mark V Combo

    Mesa Boogie Mark V Combo - "Strong Feature Set"


    The Mark V is an incredibly versatile amplifier solution, offering three distinctly voiced channels covering a plethora of tones ranging from telecaster friendly cleans to highly saturated lead tones. It is possible to select the wattage rating for e…

  • Mesa Boogie Mark V Combo

    Mesa Boogie Mark V Combo - "The best of Mesa Boogie in one portable package."


    The Mesa Boogie Mark V combo is a 6L6-based all-tube three channel combo that not only encapsulates the best of the Mesa Boogie heritage, but also is so tweakable that you can coax just about any tone from it. Whether you play all original music or n…

  • Marshall 1974X

    Marshall 1974X - "A Rock 'n Roll Time Machine that oozes tone"


    The Marshall 1974X HW is (as indicated by the "HW") a hand-wired 1 x 12 combo amp in the style of the famous Bluesbreaker amp. The amp is rated at 18 watts and has a tube compliment of 2 EL84 tubes in the power amp, 3 ECC83s in the preamp, an EZ81 re…