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Fender Pro Amp TV Front 5B5 Circuit Tweed, 1952

Fender Pro Amp TV Front 5B5 Circuit Tweed, 1952

The Fender Pro Amp, first named Professional from 1946 to 1948, was aimed at performing guitar players and vocalists and put out a whopping 15 watts. From 1946 to mid 1953, it used a tweed-covered ‘TV Front’ cabinet as seen here.   The Pro amp was discontinued in 1965 and became the Pro Reverb amp, following the pattern Fender was using with other non-reverb amps.  Here we’re looking at a Fender Pro Amp dating to 1952 with the 5B5 circuit. 

Price: $3199.99 CAD
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❌ SOLD❌ Reinhardt 18 Combo 1×12 Tube Amplifier, 2007

❌ SOLD❌  Reinhardt 18 Combo 1x12 Tube Amplifier, 2007

Today we are looking at a rare beast – a Reinhardt 18 Combo 1×12, recalling and extending the sounds of the early 18-watt Marshall combos.

Price: $1300 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Reinhardt 18 Head Purple Tolex, 2006

❌SOLD❌ Reinhardt 18 Head Purple Tolex, 2006

Here we have another rare beast – a Reinhardt 18 Head – dressed in Purple Tolex! – recalling and extending the sounds of the early 18-watt Marshall combos.

Price: $1100 CAD

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❌ SOLD ❌ Harmony H306 18 Watt 1×12 Combo Tube Amp, 1964

❌ SOLD ❌  Harmony H306 18 Watt 1x12 Combo Tube Amp, 1964

The Harmony H306 combo amp, delivering about 18 watts through a single 12 inch speaker, was one of many models produced by Harmony in Chicago, Illinois. Harmony was at one time the largest musical instrument manufacturer in the USA – which also meant in the world.

Price: $450 CAD

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