1966 Fender Bassman
The appearance of this old, weathered, and rusted Bassman belies the way this amp performs.
Nearly the entire chassis is covered in oxidation, yet this amp sounds better than a new boutique amplifier.
Features of this classic blackface Bassman include 2 channnels:
(1) Bass Instrument with 2 inputs, Deep Switch, Volume, Treble & Bass control;
(2) normal channel with 2 inputs, Bright Switch, Volume, Bass & Treble controls.
There are a few slight noises that would be expected of an amp this age, most notable a little bit of scratching and popping from the Deep switch Bass channel Volume pot.
The pot only scratches slightly, and both issues only happen when the parts are in motion.
1971 Marshall JMP50
Marshall JMP50W Head with a 1968 Re-issue Marshall cabinet with 4 Celestion Greenback speakers.
Cabinet was hand-wired in the UK. The speakers are amazingly crisp.
There is an extra hole in the front panel where someone has (my guess) added a Master Volume most likely.
This setup is incredibly loud and sounds amazing.
1975 Fender Princeton
This 1975 Fender Princeton amplifier is the non-reverb model with a single 10" inch speaker.
Coming in at 12W, this is a perfect amp for small venues. They tone quality is excellent and the volume not mind-numbingly loud.
I like to drive it less than 6-7, as the vintage Fender amps tend to fuzz out at high volumes.
1979 Fender Vibro Champ
1970's all valve guitar amp.
6 watts of beautiful vintage Fender silverface goodness running on 240V so no stepdown transformer needed.
Original speaker, valves and transformers make this amp ideal for the serious collector, and awesome tube tone make it a great practice, small venue and recording amp.
Just recapped and serviced, this amp is working perfectly and sounding sweet.
1983 Fender London
Circuitry: Solid State
Effects Loops: Yes w/level controls and programmable
Small enough to transport easily, but gutsy enough to fill clubs and small halls, the Concert, Montreux, and London series make perfect "all around" amps.
Flexibility is what the London Reverb is all about -- more flexibility than you've ever seen in a compact amp.
The effects loop and Graphic EQ are assignable to both channels, and are foot switchable along with reverb and channel selection.
1991 Marshall JCM 900
I purchased this particular amp from new in 1991 and have looked after it ever since.
It's followed me around Australia, and was re-tubed in 2014. A fantastic 50W Marshall with that classic sound.
The breakup in the clean channel is perfect for classic rock like AC-DC and Led Zeppelin whilst the lead channel always gets the job done. A dual reverb amp in excellent condition.
1995 Marshall JCM 900
A unique 100W 2*12 Marshall JCM900 with exceptional tone.
Plenty of volume from this combo amp. The clean channel breaks up nicely at high gain for all your vintage Marshall tone requirements.
A fine condition dual reverb amp. Comes with an original Marshall heavy duty foot switch.
Wheel casters fitted.
2008 Fender Deluxe Reverb
This piece speaks for itself. The tubes have been upgraded at some stage. I really enjoy playing this amp. There is a reason why Fender sell a lot of these models, and once you plug in and play this, you will see why.
The Reverb and Vibrato are supreme. Comes with original foot-switch and manual.