Carr Raleigh Amplifier

Carr Raleigh Amplifier

I’m a grille man. Cars, amps, teeth, whatever, the grille is my first thrill. Such is the case with this Carr Raleigh Amplifier. I mean, look at her. Left to right I see a fist of power, delivering the sweet studio punch her axeman desires. She’s used but seller says she’s in excellent condition and he’s only getting rid of her because he has too many amps. Never heard of such a thing but such is…

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Fender Vaporizer Amplifier

Fender Vaporizer Amplifier

If Elroy Jetson grew up to play guitar, this Fender Vaporizer Amplifier would be the futuristic bad mama he would choose to rock the cosmos. Just the name alone, Vaporizer, tells you all you need to know. Something—or someone—is about to be blown to bits. Aside from her pure style, this number packs a pretty punch. Seller says a 12 watt tube powers 2 x 10″ speakers. She comes with two 1/4 inch inputs, normal…

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Fender Deluxe Tweed Amplifier

Fender Deluxe Tweed Amplifier

My, oh my. Will you just look at this Fender Deluxe Tweed amplifier that seller claims was made between 1955 and 1960? If she could talk, what stories she might spill. She is the amplifier version of ridden hard and put away wet. But her charms are undeniable. The question is, with so much rough and tumble living, are her vitals organs still, well, vital. Seller says her electronics were recently refurbished— including new caps—and she works…

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Jackson Ampworks 2×12 Cabinet

Jackson Ampworks 2×12 Cabinet

Say you want the voice of a 4×12 cabinet without all the aches and pains of lugging it from one gig to the next. That’s where this Jackson Ampworks 2×12 cabinet ponies up. She’s built using Jackson’s patented dual-ported technology that vertically stacks its Alnico Gold Greenback speakers to bring them closer to you on stage. That translates to better clarity and interplay with your axe while taking up less floorspace. Visually, I love the…

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Fender Pro Jr. Woody Amplifier

Fender Pro Jr. Woody Amplifier

Hear ye, hear ye! All rise for the Fender 60th Anniversary Pro Jr. WoodyAmplifier. Seller says this is “old new stock” which I think means it has never been sold from the store but is a little older than the other items coming in from the loading dock. Never you mind, though, if you like the vintage ’40s look and feel. It’s got an up close and personal 15 watts of power through 10″ inch…

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A.R. Acoustic Pro Verb Amplifier

A.R. Acoustic Pro Verb Amplifier

If you spend all kinds of money buying an acoustic that looks and sounds just right, wouldn’t it be nice to have an amplifier that looks just as good? That’s my take on this A.R. Acoustic Pro Verb amp. Seller says she’s in showroom condition with only one mature, non-smoking owner. It certainly looks well cared for. Even though she’s pretty, 65 watts should let you pack a nice sonic punch. Seller notes she works well…

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Mesa Boogie Mark V Head and Cab Amplifier

Mesa Boogie Mark V Head and Cab Amplifier

Hot Damn! This new Mesa Boogie Mark V Head and Cab is more than a head turner, she’s a neck snapper. Just her Private Reserve Quilt Maple Tiger Eye finish makes me drool, but it’s what’s underneath all that gorgeousity that has my eyes rolling back into my skull. We don’t have tigers where I’m from, we do have maples though, and I’d estimate that’s some pretty rare wood that just ain’t used for makin’ syrup….

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Fender Vibro King Amplifiers

Fender Vibro King Amplifiers

Well, now. Aren’t these 2006 Fender Vibro King amplifiers in drop-dead gorgeous surf green a sight for sore eyes? Seller says they are slightly used but ready to roar, and their tubes makes you commander in chief over dwell, mix and tone. Seller also says this beast owns “10-inch Jensen P10R speakers with alnico magnets, 6V6 reverb tube, and five 12Ax7 preamp tubes.” Put into English, that means ass-whomping, booty-shaking shimmy like a reptile loud. What’s especially…

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Gibson Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier

Gibson Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier

Well, here’s an unusual item—an all-original Gibson Epiphone Electar Coronet Amplifier from 1939 with a serial number of 1981. The seller, from Keane, New Hampshire, says he’s been repairing electronics for 60 years but he has left this baby alone and untouched. Says he hasn’t even plugged it in. As he says, it’s in “rough” shape, just awaiting someone who loves to do restorations to get in there and start restoring. I gotta admit, the Epiphone logo…

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