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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

❌SOLD❌ Roland JC120 Jazz Chorus Amplifier, 1990

❌SOLD❌  Roland JC120 Jazz Chorus Amplifier, 1990

One of the defining amps of the late 1970’s to mid 1980’s period, the Roland JC120 Jazz Chorus amp delivers a distinctive crystal clear, clean tones and shimmering chorus with enough power for most stages.

Price: $699.99 CAD

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