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Roland SPH-323 Analog Phase Shifter Rack Mount, 1983

Roland SPH-323 Analog Phase Shifter Rack Mount, 1983

Here is a rare item, dating back to the 1980’s and the rise of professional grade rack mount signal processing – a 1983 Roland SPH-323 analog mono phase shifter, built largely of discrete components in Japan. Launched in 1980 as part of the RSS Series, the Roland SPH-323 offers twin LFO (low frequency oscillators), and 4 and 8 stage phasing. To allow connection with a synth, CV control for depth and rate, Mod Out jacks on the front – inverted and non inverted – are provided.

Price: $1200 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Fender Super Reverb Silverface ‘Drip Edge’, 1969

‼️Reduced‼️ 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: $1250 CAD
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Fender Princeton Reverb Silverface Amplifier, 1979

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: $1875 CAD
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Fender Pro Combo Amp Brownface, 1962

Fender Pro Combo Amp Brownface, 1962

Built from 1946 to 1965 in evolving forms, the Fender Pro Combo amp was the largest of three amplifiers offered when Fender opened. It was replaced in 1966 by the Pro Reverb.
From its first 18 watt incarnation to its 40 watt exit in favour of a Reverb-equipped model, the Fender Pro combo amp featured a single 15 inch speaker. As a higher powered amp, its ‘Harmonic Vibrato’ circuit differs from that used on models past the Vibrolux.

Price: $3000 CAD
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Henriksen The Blu Six Amplifier

Henriksen The Blu Six Amplifier

Henriksen The Blu Six Amplifier is professional-grade through and through with the same great tone as The Bud same great sound but 5 lbs lighter. The Henriksen The Blu Six Amplifier has a 5-band graphic EQ, FX loop, reverb, full 48 volt phantom power and a Bluetooth auxiliary input for backing tracks or set break music.

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‼️Reduced‼️ Tone King Imperial 1×12 Combo Amp Turquoise-White, 2010

‼️Reduced‼️ Tone King Imperial 1x12 Combo Amp Turquoise-White, 2010

Here we’re looking at a Tone King Imperial sporting Turquoise / White dress and in great condition. This amp was hand built in Mark Bartel’s Tone King shop in Baltimore, MA. In 2010, Premiere Builder’s Guild had just purchased Tone King, which they held till they closed in 2016, ending Bartel’s association with the brand. Tone King is now part of Boutique Amps Distribution, and from 2017 Mark Bartel builds amps under his own name.

Price: $2250 CAD
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