Diezel D-Moll 100 watt Guitar Amp Head

Diezel D-Moll 100 watt Guitar Amp Head

“That’s not a moon, it’s a space station!” That pretty sums up my reaction to this Diezel D-Moll 100 watt Guitar Amp Head from Germany. Seller says he got her used and she quickly became a gateway drug to two more Diezels, including the infamous Herbert. Seller assures you the rumors are true, this D-Moll is “definitely voiced like a Herbert.” Boy howdy. She rocks an incredible assortment of features, but lets focus first on her…

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Hovercraft 100 Watt Guitar Amp Head, The Vessel

Hovercraft 100 Watt Guitar Amp Head, The Vessel

Oh my, a flaming red Hovercraft 100 Watt Guitar Amp Head, The Vessel, from Portland, Oregon. It’s the third one of four made but seller doesn’t say what year, so ask seller if that’s important to you. If you haven’t yet heard of Hovercraft, check out their cool shop here. According to seller, she screams with a thick juicy gain that holds together from low to high. She brings two channels: one clean, the other filthy. She…

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Avatar 2×12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet with Celestions

Avatar 2×12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet with Celestions

Amp heads are glorious things. So are the speaker cabinets that give them their voice, such as this American made Avatar 2×12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet with Celestions. Avatar has been around since 1992. If you want to check them out, start here. Seller’s listing is a little sparse, missing details like when she was made or her model number. But what seller shares is the heart of it: “Selling a beautiful Avatar 2×12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet….

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1979 Marshall Club and Country 4150 Bass Combo Amplifier

1979 Marshall Club and Country 4150 Bass Combo Amplifier

Ah, let us bask in the stately beauty of this 1979 Marshall Club and Country 4150 Bass Combo Amplifier. Seller is pretty sparse on her details but tells enough. She has four ten inch 8 ohm t3137 Celestion speakers which have been play tested and are in good condition. She rocks controls for volume, bass and treble. She has a built in compressor. Finally, she features bright input, normal input and stereo input. Alas, she comes without…

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Ampeg B-12N Portaflex Tube Bass Amplifier

Ampeg B-12N Portaflex Tube Bass Amplifier

Man oh man, this Ampeg B-12N Portaflex Tube Bass Amplifier from the 1960s is so incredibly cool. It’s not just me, either. A whopping 97 folks are watching her. Although her head is missing its cage, seller says she works and sounds great and would be perfect as a studio amp or for small clubs. Seller writes she is the smaller, rarer version of the B-15 and is driven by 6L6 power tubes, a 5AR4 Rectifier tube and 3…

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1974 Ampeg V-B4 Electric Bass Guitar Amplifier

1974 Ampeg V-B4 Electric Bass Guitar Amplifier

I have to tip my hat to the seller of this 1974 Ampeg V-B4 Electric Bass Guitar Amplifier. He writes: “It’s heavy. It’s LOUD! It’s an Ampeg!” Well played, sir. Seller’s not done though, not by a long shot. He notes that this beauty is quite clean and sounds great. She’s wearing her original faceplate and, seller adds, he was told the knobs are also original. Aside from a few nicks in her Tolex and some…

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Yamaha T100C Tube Guitar Combo Amp

Yamaha T100C Tube Guitar Combo Amp

I’ve noticed when a lot of folks are watching something, there’s usually a very good reason. Well, 51 folks are watching this American made Yamaha T100C Tube Guitar Combo Amp. So what’s causing all those eyeballs to lock on? Well, she’s hand built in the USA. She’s a Soldano designed amp and, as such, is “coveted by rock, metal, jazz, blues, and session players alike for their versatility, power, and durability.” (Soldano has since gone on to seek fame and fortune…

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Rivera Knucklehead Tube Guitar Amp Head

Rivera Knucklehead Tube Guitar Amp Head

Get ready to crank it, this made in the USA Rivera Knucklehead Tube Guitar Amp Head is in the house. Seller writes she’s “an amazing tube amp and sounds killer.” Hard to argue with that. He adds she’s in excellent condition with just a few normal light marks on her, everything works just as it should, and she comes with her original FS7 footswitch and power cord. Look closely at her control panel. Admit it, you…

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Dr Z Mini Z 1×8″ Amp

Dr Z Mini Z 1×8″ Amp

Awww, look at this Dr Z Mini Z 1×8″ Amp all stacked up on its castered road case. Seller says she’s in excellent original condition with light use. He goes on to say she’s a “Great little amp. Never any problems, Sounds like it looks.” She’s all original with no modifications and she pushes 5 watts through a 1″ x 8″ inch Weber speaker to sing your songs. Her features are about as simple as they come….

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1989 Fender Philip Kubicki Factor Fretless Electric Bass Guitar

1989 Fender Philip Kubicki Factor Fretless Electric Bass Guitar

A lot of history accompanies this axe, an American-made 1989 Fender Philip Kubicki Factor Fretless Electric Bass Guitar. Mr. Kubicki, who departed this earth a couple of years ago, got his start with Fender in its R&D department and designed lots of cool stuff, including this Factor bass under license. You can read more about his story here. When John Taylor of Duran Duran played a Factor in a performance on Saturday Night Live in the ’80s, people noticed,…

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