Let’s see those vintage amps

39martind18

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I’ve been trying to hunt down a good classic for a while
@Midgetje94- I had a Classic 50 VT given to me several years ago, wasn't working needing the 6L6 power tubes to be replaced. Did it, and loaned it to my church. It's spent the last three years in a storage room, so I'm taking it back, selling it and donating the proceeds to the church. If you're interested, PM me.
 

39martind18

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Tom Hicks

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This is a 1958 GA6 w original Jensen P12R speaker. 2 6V6s making 14 watts. I bought it off a guy in the mid 80s for $40. It still had war surplus Sylvania "blackout" tubes at the time. I gigged it a week ago.
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Here's a sound clip from another gig.

 

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All of my "real vintage" amps are long gone. Since I no longer am a constant gigger, felt they had to move on to those who keep live music alive.

My most vintage amps these days are a Peavey Studio Pro from the 80's and a matching year/vintage Envoy 110. Could easily gig with either, (well, the Envoy would depend on venue/dummer) but that lil' old Studio Pro would do me very well if and when I do ever gig again.

Beautiful clean tones and a most excellent pedal platform. Just my 2 cents
 




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