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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by gridlock, Aug 3, 2019.
Making the Vibrolux sit in the back! What a nice pair!
Wow... that's never been stepped on.
I note a disturbing lack of mojo in those pics - ship it up to me and I'll relic it up proper.
Cigarette burns & all.
Don't worry; the tdpri discount is assured.
Peace - Deeve
(ah, but seriously, what a find...)
Great find, very nice. You didn’t take any pictures of the interior (gutshots)? Am I a nerd to want to see that? ;-)
[QUOTE="gridlock, post: 9241879, member: 75085" I believe that it is a Oxford, so I’m in no great hurry to test it. At least not until my amp tech looks the amp over.[/QUOTE]
I hope you do test the Oxford out. My Non-verb Deluxe came with that same model speaker, unfortunately in crumbling condition. I’d like to hear your thoughts on it, see if it’d be worth reconing.
Nice find! You know, it doesn't even look as through the Tolex has oxidized.
I’ll pull the chassis this early this week and get some gut-shot photos. Need to check the filter caps under the dog house anyway.
My gosh what a find!!! I want!....no,.... NEED!
That one is unbelievably clean, I am sure it will sound great. Nice find.
Curious how you got your hands on that. Wasn't a craigslist find.
Definitely not Craigslist. Got a “heads up” when this amp arrived in a store that I frequent and have purchased lots of great vintage gear. A great store and owner. The owner knows that I’m a BF Fender fanatic and that I am always interested in a rare find.
Is that "OJ" that is stamped on the tube chart? If so, my 1965 Deluxe Reverb was produced the same month as yours.
I have 2 old UK Celestion Blues in my Vox AC30 and I've run other heads through the cabinet also used t as an extension cab to my DRRI.. Everything always sounds great. I'd keep the Celestion Blue.
Holy Crap that thing is new!
So pristine. In the top two I've seen here for sure.
Wow, minty fresh! A dream amp for sure, enjoy it!