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Sold! Mesa Boogie Mark III Purple Stripe Tube Combo Amp, 1986

Sold!  Mesa Boogie Mark III Purple Stripe Tube Combo Amp, 1986

Introduced in 1985, the Mesa Boogie Mark III was the third major version of this iconic ‘upgrade’ of the Fender Princeton. The original concept was built for an unsuspecting Barry Melton of Country Joe and the Fish, then tested and named by Carlos Santana. Built for at least five years, these amps can be dated by a coloured stripe above the power cord. These amps were rapidly adopted by professional players around the world, and have appeared on countless stages and recordings.

Price: $1150 CAD

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Ampeg SVT-VR 300 Watt Tube Amplifier Head, 2012

Ampeg SVT-VR 300 Watt Tube Amplifier Head, 2012

The Ampeg SVT-VR recreates an early 1970s “Blue-Line” SVT head. These breakthrough heads appeared on huge stages were huge volumes were required. Standing for Super Vacuum Tube, the SVT was introduced in 1969 to deliver 300 watts of power to multiple cabinets for the largest venues.

Price: $1599 CAD
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Fender Vibrolux Reverb Combo Amp Silverface, 1976

Fender Vibrolux Reverb Combo Amp Silverface, 1976

Fender Vibrolux Reverb Combo Amp Silverface, 1976

Price: $1800 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ 65 Amps Lil Elvis 12 Watt 1×12 Combo Tube Amp Black, 2013

❌SOLD❌ 65 Amps Lil Elvis 12 Watt 1x12 Combo Tube Amp Black, 2013

Today we are looking at a 65 Amps Lil ELvis, a 12 watt 1×12 inch speaker combo hand-wired tube amp with effects loop, tremolo circuit and power scaling via the Master control.

Price: $999.99 CAD

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Gibson GA-90 Combo Amplifier 6×8 25 Watt, 1953

Gibson GA-90 Combo Amplifier 6x8 25 Watt, 1953

The Gibson GA-90 combo amplifier was designed by Seth Lover for Ted McCarty and appeared in 1953. Its design covered both guitars and the new Gibson electric bass.

Price: $1499.99 CAD
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Gibson Maestro GA-45 Amplifier, 1957

Gibson Maestro GA-45 Amplifier, 1957

Like Fender, Gibson offered amplifiers. Fender was surrounded by country music, but Gibson was in the Polka Belt and so produced amps like the Maestro GA-45, voiced for accordion.

Price: $1250 CAD
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