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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by gridlock, Apr 16, 2020.
A 1966 Fender Vibrolux Reverb-Amp and the Telecaster.
Very nice pair. Congratulations!
I REALLY like those amps.... But I guess they are very similar to Princetons tones. I have a souped up Princeton coming from guru muchxs an I want to a /b it with one of those......jealous!
I have that exact same furniture mover roller thingy.
Sweet guitar and amp, too!
Great rig...looks like you’re all set. Congratulations.
Congrats. I was looking through your gear listed and not a ton of guys have seen let alone had a Marshall Artiste. I had one super loud, super heavy, and great note clarity.
Thanks, I am pretty lucky with my Artiste, it’s still handwired, running KT66’s, and has the original Greenbacks. I’ve looked into having it modded/converted into a Plexi but still undecided.
Haha..... You did as I suggested.
Tele with amp in the background.....
Amp with Tele in the background.....
Yes, I had to do a little work on the Vibrolux before posting. Sounding good now. I may swap speakers soon. I’ve got two good ‘67 Alnico CTS’s that would probably sound great in this amp.
Nice amp. I really want a Vibrolux.
Does the date on the speaker say 1963? Nice gear!
Wowza! Very nice!
I thought you already had a vintage vibrolux?
I never found a deal on a Vibrolux but I bought a 66 Super Reverb that had been cut down to a head and I put it in a 2x10 cabinet with a pair of 4 ohm Weber 10a125 speakers.
Wow, cool pair!
Have you peeled any paint off the walls yet with that thang ????
Sweet amp !!! Best of luck and lots of joy with her !!!
Nice amp...when did you get it and what did it cost? I am looking for one now. Probably the best amp , other than a tweed Super
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That one was gone and now replaced with this one.