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Fender Vibro-King 20th Anniversary Amplifier, 2013

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Listed: 08/04/2022

Fender Vibro-King 20th Anniversary Amplifier, 2013

Here’s a fantastic Fender Vibro-King 20th Anniversary combo amp from 2013, delivering 60 watts through a trio of ten-inch speakers.

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65 Amps Ventura Amplifier Head, 2013

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Listed: 27/03/2022

65 Amps Ventura Amplifier Head, 2013

The 65 Amps Ventura is aimed at studio and smaller venue players who need high quality but portable tube amplifiers. At 20 watts and under 20 pounds, this “Lunchbox” size amp is right on target.

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Music Man 112RD65 Combo Amplifier, 1981

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Listed: 27/03/2022

Music Man 112RD65 Combo Amplifier, 1981

Built from 1978 to 1983, the MusicMan 112RD65 has a self-explanatory name – 1×12 speaker, Reverb and Distortion, and 65 watts.

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Fender Twin Reverb Master Volume Silverface, 1973

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Listed: 25/03/2022

Fender Twin Reverb Master Volume Silverface, 1973

The Fender Twin Reverb Master Volume model was based on the Twin Reverb, launched in 1963, itself based on the Twin Amp that started its evolution with the 15-watt 1952 Twin.

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Reduced!! Fender Custom Vibrolux Reverb Black, 2006

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Listed: 24/06/2021

Reduced!! Fender Custom Vibrolux Reverb Black, 2006

The Fender Custom Vibrolux Reverb Professional Tube Amplifier, built from 1995 to 2013, was part of Fender’s Professional Series, designed by the Custom Shop and built in the Fender factory. It is based on the Blackface versions of the classic 35 watt, 2×10 speaker Vibrolux Reverb, and uses a pair of Jensen speakers. And it comes stock with tilt-back legs! This example dates to 2006 and is in very good condition.

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SOLD!!! Fender Super Amp ‘Brownface’, 1962

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Listed: 17/05/2021

SOLD!!! Fender Super Amp 'Brownface', 1962

Originally introduced as the Dual Professional in late 1946 and renamed in 1947, the Fender Super Amp started as a 20 watt, 2×10 combo, rising to a whopping 40 watts by 1962, and was discontinued in 1963 as Reverb-equipped models displaced several designs.  Here we’re looking at a Fender Super Brownface amp, with the ‘brownface’ trim putting it directly between the ‘Blonde’ and ‘Blackface’ eras. (In the vintage amplifier world, the terms ‘Brownface and’ ‘Blackface’ – referring to the amp’s white lettering on a brown or black control panel – have no relation to what those terms mean in current political or cultural contexts).

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