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❌SOLD❌ Fender 65 Princeton Reverb Limited Edition Fudge Brownie, 2014

❌SOLD❌ Fender 65 Princeton Reverb Limited Edition Fudge Brownie, 2014

This is a treat – a Fender 65 Princeton Reverb Limited Edition dressed in ‘Fudge Brownie’ colours! The Princeton was the amp of choice for many recording sessions.

Price: $850CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Supro 1610RT Comet Tube Combo Amplifier, 2018

❌SOLD❌ Supro 1610RT Comet Tube Combo Amplifier, 2018

Here’s something new, but very retro – a nearly new Supro 1610RT Comet 1×10 combo amp, switchable between 6 and 14 watts.

Price: $1999.99CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Marshall JTM Tremolo 50W ‘Bluesbreaker’ Combo Amp 2×12, 1990

❌SOLD❌  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: $1299.99CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Xits X10-112G 15 Watt Combo Amplifier, 2010

❌SOLD❌  Xits X10-112G 15 Watt Combo Amplifier, 2010

The Xits X10 amp is based on a classic early 60’s Vox design using EL-84 tubes and delivering 15 watts through a single 12 inch speaker, in this case a Celestoin Greenback G12M.

Price: $1250CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Traynor YGM-3 Guitar Mate Reverb 25 Watt Combo Amp, 1971

❌SOLD❌  Traynor YGM-3 Guitar Mate Reverb 25 Watt Combo Amp, 1971

Built from 1969 to 1979 in the Toronto area, the Traynor YGM-3 Guitar Mate Reverb 25 watt 1×12 combo was a very common amp in the Canadian music world.

Price: $500CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Mesa Boogie Mark IIB 60/100 Watt Combo Amp, 1981

❌SOLD❌ Mesa Boogie Mark IIB 60/100 Watt Combo Amp, 1981

The Mesa Boogie Mark IIB appeared in August of 1980, built till May 1983 and was the likely first guitar amp to provide a tube buffered effects loop.

Price: $1000CAD

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