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2008 Fender Twin Reverb Amp 65 Reissue (consignment) SOLD

2008 Fender Twin Reverb Amp 65 Reissue (consignment)  SOLD

This 2008 Fender Twin Reverb Amp 65 Reissue is in great condition, very clean and all original, with original 12 inch Jensen C-12K speakers. No cover or footswitch included.

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1966 Blackface Fender Vibrolux Reverb Amplifier (consignment) SOLD

1966 Blackface Fender Vibrolux Reverb Amplifier (consignment) SOLD

Fender introduced the Vibrolux Reverb Amp in 1964 as part of a rework of their amplifier line, in response to the ever growing demand for volume. The Vibrolux Reverb featured 30 watts into two ten inch speakers, and was plenty loud for many applications.

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1966 Fender Pro Reverb Blackface Amp (Consignment) No Longer Available

Here’s a very clean, 1966 Fender Pro Reverb Blackface Amp. It’s been recapped and has a replacement 3-prong AC cord for safety.

Fender started building the Pro Reverb amp in 1965, and production ran until 1982.

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1966 Blackface Fender Bassman Head SOLD

Here is an exceptionally clean 1966 Blackface Fender Bassman head. The Fender Bassman was one of Fender’s most successful designs, but despite the name on the panel, many guitarists have used them.

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Blackface 1965 Fender Super Reverb Amplifier SOLD

Blackface 1965 Fender Super Reverb Amplifier SOLD

Here’s a very nice Blackface 1965 Fender Super Reverb Amplifier.

The term ‘Blackface’ refers to the black panel with white script lettering, used on Fender amplifiers between 1964 and 1967. They were preceded by ‘Brownface’ models and followed by ‘Silverface’. During the ‘Blackface’ period – in 1965 – CBS purchased Fender, but the new management made no changes to the amps until 1967, and those changes are seen in the ‘Silverface’ amps.

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Fender Bandmaster ‘Blackface’ amp, 1964 (consignment) SOLD

Fender Bandmaster 'Blackface' amp, 1964 (consignment) SOLD

The Bandmaster was produced, in various forms, from 1953 to 1974. Output ranged from around 25 watts at first, to 40 watts. Originally a combo, the piggyback head-and cabinet design appeared in 196i, and this configuration is used for most professional grade, higher powered amps to this day.

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