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Fender ‘Pawn Shop’ Excelsior Amplifier DISCONTINUED

Fender 'Pawn Shop' Excelsior Amplifier  DISCONTINUED

The Fender ‘Pawn Shop’ series amps are very retro-cool. The relatively low power (13 watts) and 15″ speaker produce a full sound at reasonable volume. The electronics are split into two separate chassis for reduced noise. The amp can drive any 8-ohm speaker cabinet.


Fender Wildwood I circa 1969 SOLD

Fender Wildwood I circa 1969      SOLD

The Wildwood series was a successor to the Kingman line. Using the Fender bolt-together concept and dyed beechwood, these guitars were produced in various colours from 1967 to 1971. Solid and dependable, these were sometimes seen on stages in big Country music TV shows. This appears to be an all-original piece.


Fender Deluxe Jazz Bass V 2006 (consignment) SOLD

Fender Deluxe Jazz Bass V 2006 (consignment)  SOLD

Intended as a workingman’s 5-string bass, this example of the Fender Jazz Bass 5 steps up with flame maple top and gold hardware. It’s got all the sound and playability you expect from a Fender, and it looks great.


Fender Jazz Bass 1961 (consignment) SOLD

Fender Jazz Bass 1961 (consignment)  SOLD

A very clean example of an early Fender Jazz Bass.


Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp 1966 (consignment) No Longer Available

The Deluxe Reverb was relied on for blues and rock and appears on many recordings. This is a very clean and great-sounding example of the 1966 production run.


Fender Pawn Shop 72 DISCONTINUED

Fender Pawn Shop 72  DISCONTINUED

This is a very cool guitar, with looks reminiscent of a very early P-bass. The semi-hollow body makes for a very light and comfortable instrument, and adds a bit of resonance to the tonal character. It doesn’t really look like any other guitars and makes its own statement.

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