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Fender Twin Amp Blonde 1962

Fender Twin Amp Blonde 1962

The Fender Twin Amp was the go-to amp for performing and touring guitarists from 1952 to 1963, growing from 15 to 80 watts through two 12 inch speakers and finally replaced in 1963 by the Twin Reverb. By late 1959, the ‘Piggyback’ style of amp, with separate head and speaker cabinet entered production, and the Twin Amp was the most powerful Combo style amp available from Fender. The early ‘Piggyback’ amps – the Bandmaster, Bassman, Showman and Tremolux were wrapped in a ‘Blonde’ tolex, and the only combo to get that was the Twin Amp.

Price: $5999.99 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Harmony H305A Tube Combo Amp, 1960

❌SOLD❌  Harmony H305A Tube Combo Amp, 1960

Here is a Harmony H305A amplifier. This is a single-ended design based on the Fender 5E3 circuit as used on the classic 1950’s Tweed Fender Deluxe amp. With a pair of 6V6 power tubes, about 15 watts would be delivered to a single 12 inch speaker.

Price: $699.99 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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