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Tweed covering is in better than average condition, with rips only at the corners. Tube chart code: OK; transformers, pots and caps all dated late 1965, Speaker dated 11th week of 1966.
The Blackface Princeton Reverb is the amp everyone is after these days, and it doesn't take much time to figure out why.
There's a small tear in the grill cloth, and a few minor scrapes on the tolex, but the amp is in close to excellent condition.
You'll need to supply your own two-button foot switch, or we can furnish a new one from Fender.
All original parts included, 100% original before service. With a beefy and fast attack, a good amount of clean headroom, 15 inch speaker bigness, and mid-volume-level break up, the Vanguard is a perfect gigging amp.
Original hardshell case, with original fender-branded polishing cloth, patch cord, slide and picks. No changed circuitry but for a newer rectifier tube, this Champ does what it’s supposed to do, and does it well. Serial # 36652, Jensen P12R coded 220913 (early 1959), Capacitors and tubes also dated early 1959.
The GA-20T was Gibson’s answer to Fender’s popular Deluxe model.
A lively little amp with the perfect balance of power, compression, and size, this Princeton is a stellar small-room amp.
Replaced baffle, original grill cloth, replaced output transformer for more clean headroom, correct spec power transformer dates to 1966, 10” Weber 10F150 speaker, serviced, and new ac cord. The amp sounds like a million bucks, and will make you throw away every effect pedal that you've ever owned.
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The GA RVT-19 was Gibson’s equivalent to Fender’s Deluxe Reverb. The Gibson is a dirtier sounding amp with more compression, a deeper and surfier tremolo, and more growl.