1958 Fender 5E9 Tremolux
This amazing sounding 1958 Fender Tremolux vintage amplifier was purchased from Lark St Music in New Jersey, USA.
A smooth Fender tone with that late 50's bass which is unmistakable for blues and rock.
This 110V version comes with mostly original parts. Power transformer replaced with modern ToneClone Pro from Mercury.
Has two instrument and two microphone inputs. Speaker is a 1954 Jensen.
1960 Fender Princeton Amp
This 1960 Fender Princeton is a great sounding tweed amplifier.
This 110V version comes with mostly original parts including the speaker.
The amplifier has a new handle and has had a couple of capacitors also changed (yes, including the death cap).
A great looking piece of Fender musical history with that magic tone.
An absolute pleasure on the ears.
1963 Fender 6G2 Princeton Amp
Great sounding 1963 Princeton in perfect working order with original brown tolex.
Minor scuffs on front grill, but otherwise in good cosmetic condition.
Power transformer is newer with Australian plug. Replaced speaker. Original speaker included which needs to be reconed.
1964 Fender 5F1 Champ Amp
Exceptionally clean 1964 Fender Champ from the transition period between Tweed amps and the Blackface series. A Tweed shaped amp with black tolex, this little guy delivers amazing tone but without the volume.
Original transformer, power lead has been changed to a longer lead with a three prong US plug. Original speaker is a EV29 8” made by CTS in the 14th week of 1964. Couple of caps have been updated as they dried out with modern small replacements. Death cap is gone for example.
A simple equation. One volume knob and amazing Fender tube tone from the desirable 5F1 circuit.
Perfect for recording and practice situations.
1964 Fender Princeton Reverb Amp
Amazing condition 12W Princeton Reverb. The output transformer is original and the power transformer rewound for Australian 240V.
The amp sounds superb and comes with its original footswitch, manual, circuit diagram in envelope.
1966 Fender Bassman Amp
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.
1971 Marshall JMP50 Amp
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.
1983 Fender London Amp
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.
1995 Marshall JCM 900 Amp
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.