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Fender Bandmaster Blackface Head and Cabinet, 1964

Fender Bandmaster Blackface Head and Cabinet, 1964

First appearing in 1954 and built to 1974, the Fender Bandmaster amplifier transformed from a 26 watt single-15 inch combo to a 40 watt head and 2×12 cabinet set.

Price: $1850 CAD
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‼️ REDUCED‼️ Fryette/VHT Deliverance 60H Head and 2×12 Cabinet, 2007

‼️ REDUCED‼️  Fryette/VHT Deliverance 60H Head and 2x12 Cabinet, 2007

The VHT Deliverance 60H is a hand built professional grade tube amp made in the USA, designed by Steven Fryette. This example dates to 2007, before the VHT name was sold to AXL, and was built by Fryette in his Burbank, California shop. It includes an 212FB-P50E 2×12, stereo closed-back speaker cabinet with a pair of custom Eminence P50E speakers.

Price: $1600.00 CAD
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Sold! Milkman Sound Half Pint 5W Hand Wired Tube Amplifier Cream, 2017

Sold!  Milkman Sound Half Pint 5W Hand Wired Tube Amplifier Cream, 2017

The Milkman Sound Half Pint is a great little Class A 5-watt tube amplifier, carefully designed and using top quality components and turret-board  hand construction techniques to serve up fabulous sound at low volumes. It includes tube tremolo and reverb circuits, and uses Mercury Magnetics transformers and a Jupiter Alnico 12 inch speaker. To top off the Milkman theme, it’s wrapped in Cream coloured tolex!

Price: $1999.99 CAD

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Watkins Dominator Mark 1 V Front Amplifier Reissue

Watkins Dominator Mark 1 V Front Amplifier Reissue

One of only 100 built – the Watkins Dominator Mark 1 V Front Amplifier Reissue! The Watkins Dominator was bleeding edge for 1956, and its blistering 18 watts and two ten inch speakers struck fear in to the hearts of many promoters. The concept of the V-front is to widen the sonic field, rather than focus it straight ahead. Though it was rapidly pushed off stage by other much higher powered amplifiers, the Dominator was used extensively in studios during the 1960’s and was apparently the basis for the 18-watt Marshall combo design.

Price: $2350 CAD
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❌Sold❌ Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb ‘Blackface’ Amplifier, 2006

❌Sold❌   Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb 'Blackface' Amplifier, 2006

Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb ‘Blackface’ Amplifier, 2006

Price: $999.99 CAD
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Marshall JTM Tremolo 50W ‘Bluesbreaker’ Combo Amp 2×12, 1990

Marshall JTM Tremolo 50W 'Bluesbreaker' Combo Amp 2x12, 1990

The Marshall ‘Bluesbreaker’ model was one of the defining amps of the 1960s, though it was rapidly eclipsed by much higher powered and ever-louder models. The real, original name was the Marshall model 1961, a 30 watt amp with 4×10 inch speakers built for Eric Clapton. That was quickly replaced with a 2×12 version, the model 1962. The 1962 was what Clapton used while in John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, and that gave the amp its nickname.

Price: $1499.99 CAD
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