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❌SOLD❌Mesa Boogie Mark I Combo Amp Creme Tolex, 1977

❌SOLD❌Mesa Boogie Mark I Combo Amp Creme Tolex, 1977

The Mesa Boogie Mark I combo amp was originally based on various Fender amplifiers – a Princeton with Bassman circuitry and a 12 inch speaker.

Price: $1500CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Watkins Dominator Mark 1 Reissue 35 of 100, Retro Blue

❌SOLD❌ Watkins Dominator Mark 1 Reissue 35 of 100, Retro Blue

Here’s something very special – a Watkins Dominator Mark 1 V Front Amplifier Reissue in Retro Blue. Hand built in the UK by John Beer, of Amp-Fix in Devon, UK with the full approval (and signature!) of Charlie Watkins, the original builder, this is number 35 of 100 built. The amp design closely follows the original Watkins Mark 1 circuitry, with improvements for current safety standards; the redesign was done by Chris Uff of English Valve Amps.

Price: $2350CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Ampeg B15N Portaflex Stack, 1960s

❌SOLD❌ Ampeg B15N Portaflex Stack, 1960s

Let’s start off with a classic amp in a format I’ve never seen before – an Ampeg B15N B Portaflex amp stacked on an extension cabinet!

Price: $2200CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Fender Pro Combo Amp 1×15 Brownface, 1963

❌SOLD❌ Fender Pro Combo Amp 1x15 Brownface, 1963

One of Fender’s earliest amps and built from 1946 to 1965, the Fender Pro combo amp carried a singe 15 inch speaker and grew from 18 to 40 watts before being replaced by the Pro Reverb amp. Initially called the Professional, shortened to Pro in 1948, this amp is one of the rarer Fender amps. Its circuitry is very much like the VibroVerb, but without reverb.

Price: $2250CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Fender Princeton Reverb Silverface Amplifier, 1979

❌SOLD❌   Fender Princeton Reverb Silverface Amplifier, 1979

The Fender Princeton Reverb amp appeared in 1964 as an upgrade to the Princeton amp that had been evolving in Fender’s lineup since 1948. Topping out at 12 watts through a 10 inch speaker, the Princeton found itself on many stages and studios. Though fairly low powered, it was not exactly a student or practice amplifier. 

Price: $1875CAD

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❌SOLD❌Fender Super Reverb Silverface ‘Drip Edge’, 1969

❌SOLD❌Fender Super Reverb Silverface 'Drip Edge', 1969

The Fender Super Reverb was built from 1963 to 1982, and was one of Fender’s physically largest combo amps – though the most powerful combo was the Twin Reverb. The Super Reverb delivered 40 watts as ‘Blackface’, then 45 watts as ‘Silverface’ and ultimately 70 watts for models after 1977, through four ten inch speakers. The Twin Reverb, in contrast, used a pair of twelve inch speakers to deliver 85 watts, ranging up to 100 ultimately 135 watts in 1977.

Price: $1250CAD

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