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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by Joe_Tone, Mar 29, 2014.
1964 Bandmaster. NL code. Last production run before CBS took over.
Late '60's Ampeg Gemini V.
I also have three amps from the late '70's. A Yamaha Thirty 112, Fender Musicmaster Bass Amp and a Hohner 105.
1958 Bell Pacemaker 12AX7/6V6 PP
63 Vox AC30 but not for much longer with a bit of luck as I'm trying to sell it. Sounds great but it's just too big and heavy to gig with any more and it's too nice to be sitting in my hallway.
I have a Gretsch Electromatic from the early fifties. Sort of like a Champ with a 10" speaker and tone control.
Early 60's Tremolux Head & cab, then a 64 or 65 Princeton, then a 70 or 71 Twin.
I recently sold my '59 tweed Pro so I would have to say my '62 Bandmaster followed by my '64 Tremolux.
Yard sale score-'49 5A3 Deluxe
I love your LP
64 guild thunderbird Used it for album art too.
Oldest amp I've owned-'49 5A3 Deluxe (serial #1517) wish I still had it...
Currently, the oldest is a Univox U-45B from '65-66...
Other old amps I've had include a '59 bassman, '65 Bandmaster, '66 Super Reverb, '71(?) Bandmaster Reverb... current main amp is a '73 Super Reverb in a 2x10 cabinet...
'66 Super Reverb. Has Eminence speakers in it, though I still have the original CTS speakers.
Oldest Fenders are a wide panel Champ and a v-front Super, both around 53-54. I have some odd Oahu and Valco amps that may be older but no reliable way to tell
Ya got me. Mine is #1577.
Another 1962 Ampeg Reverbrocket. Don't have a photo because it is languishing in the crawl space...
'65 Danelectro DM-10
'65 Ampeg Rocket II
I have a 1992 TRRI. 22 yrs old. Pretty young compared to all these amps so far.