The Twelfth Fret carries many quality Vintage and Used amplifiers, Amplifiers have their own unique voices and it can be very interesting to play through different models.
The Fender Bassman amplifer first appeared in 1952 as a companion to the new, groundbreaking Fender Precision Bass. First in combo format, in
The Fender Deluxe Reverb amplifier has been very popular, in all its forms. It's portable, sounds great, and puts out enough sound -
This 1982 Mesa Boogie Mark IIB Series 300 Coliseum Head will take you back to the days when it was common for guitarists to have
The Genz-Benz Shenandoah ProLT is a fairly high-powered (300 watts!) yet lightweight (37 pounds) acoustic amplifier with a 12 inch speaker and tweeter. It's
The Fender Twin Reverb has been one of the most common and relied-on professional quality guitar amplifers. Originally introduced in 1952 as the 'Fender Twin'
Traynor made many models of amps, starting with bass amplifiers. Eventually the 25-watt, single 15 inch speaker Traynor Bass Mate YBA-2 appeared, and
The 65 Amps Lil Elvis is a hand-wired, 12-watt tube combo amp based on a dual EL84 power amp section and dual 12AX7 front end.
Peavey JSX Head and 4x12 Cabinet. This is the Joe Satriani 120 Watt model, in excellent condition. 3 channels, noise gate,
Koch Multitone 50 - 25 Watt Head, switchable between 50 and 25 watts. Great condition, with footswitch.