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Gibson GA79RVT Stereo Amplifier, 1966

Gibson GA79RVT Stereo Amplifier, 1966

Here’s a Gibson GA79RVT Multi-Stereo combo amp, featuring two ten inch speakers in a wedge cabinet each powered by its own 15 watt amplifier. This model was introduced in 1960 as the GA-79 and upgraded with Reverb and Tremolo to the GA-79RVT in 1961, and the entire line was discontinued in 1967 when Gibson ceased amp production in Kalamazoo. On this example, the two 10-inch CTS speakers on this Gibson GA79RVT bear dates of the 8th week of 1966 – late February, and the Tolex covering is black faux-gator with a naturally faded silver/grey grille cloth.

Price: $2750 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Gibson GA-90 Combo Amplifier 6×8 25 Watt, 1953

❌SOLD❌   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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❌SOLD❌ Gibson Maestro GA-45 Amplifier, 1957

❌SOLD❌ 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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