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Used 1964 Gibson Scout Amplifier
Used 1964 Gibson Scout AmplifierUsed 1964 Gibson Scout Amplifier

Used 1964 Gibson Scout Amplifier

Type - Combo

Cover - No

Use - Guitar

Effects - Tremelo and Reverb

Output - 15W

Inputs - 2

Channels - 1

Power - 240v

Condition - Very Good



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Price:595.00
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Used Heritage Vox Hand Wired Ac 15 Blonde
Used Heritage Vox Hand Wired Ac 15 Blonde

Used Heritage Vox Hand Wired Ac 15 Blonde

Year of Manufacture - 2007

Serial Number - AC15h1tv002332

Case - None

Condition - Excellent

Weight - 50 lbs

Excellent condition, studio and home used Vox AC15 Heritage Series Handwired TV-styled combo with Celestion Alnico Blue speaker. All photos are of actual item for sale.


Product info from user manual:

Your search for the Holy Grail of VOX tone ends here. To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of VOX guitar amplifiers, we are pleased to introduce the first of a new Heritage Collection of hand-wired amplifiers– the AC15H1TV. Rather than just a typical reissue where a vintage amp is dusted off and copied, this amplifier, like the others in the Heritage Collection, transports you through the golden age of VOX tone, combining the prized EF86 preamp channel of 1958 with the 1963 Top Boost channel all in one amplifier. Add in some modern tone shaping control enhancements and the result is perhaps the finest VOX amplifier in the company’s 50 year history.

The EF86: The magical VOX tone

What is it that makes EF86 based VOX amplifiers some of the most collectible in the world? Maybe it’s the way the amp naturally overdrives, almost breathing with a life unto its own. Dynamic changes in pick attack almost seem to be anticipated before you make them. Or maybe it’s the raw power of the creamy distortion as you crank the amp all the way up and slam down on a power chord. Whatever it is, there is an undeni- able magic about this period of VOX amplification. An age when the most simple of circuits produced some of the most complex of tones. Now in short supply, the EF86 Pentode tube is at the heart of this elusive tone. Fifty years later, the magic returns.

Although basically the same amp as the limited edition model, the cabinet is Baltic Birch plywood with our special cream anniversary vinyl covering. Launched January 2007.

1 x 12” combo with limited edition, oil finished, hand-crafted African Mahogany cabinet.

The head version of the classic 50th anniversary 15 watt amp. Again Baltic Birch ply with special cream vinyl. Launched March 2007.

1 x 12” extension cabinet to match AC15HTVH. Cream vinyl over Baltic birch ply cabinet. Launched March 2007.

Although basically the same amp as the limited edition AC30H2L, the cabinet is Baltic Birch plywood with our special cream anniversary vinyl covering. Launched July 2007.

The anniversary amplifier chassis boosted from 15 watts up to 30 watts housed in oil finished, hand-crafted African Mahogany cabinet. This is the official limited edition Anniversary model, and only 500 will be built. Launched July 2007.

Launched July 2007.

2 x 12” speaker cabinet for use with the AC30 Anniversary combo and head formats. Launched July 2007.

All combos and extension cabinets feature the Celestion VOX Blue Alnico

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Price:1,199.00
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Used Line 6 Bogner Modelling Amp DT50 112
Used Line 6 Bogner Modelling Amp DT50 112Used Line 6 Bogner Modelling Amp DT50 112Used Line 6 Bogner Modelling Amp DT50 112

Used Line 6 Bogner Modelling Amp DT50 112

Serial Number - a883s6047000055

Case - None

Condition - Very Clean

Line 6 DT50 112 Guitar Combo Amplifier

Line 6's DT50 goes further than any other amplifier to produce the best amp tones. Many amplifiers offer either modeling technology or reconfigurable analog circuitry, but DT50 offers both to deliver something bigger than the sum of its parts. With HD modeling technology, a host of switchable analog components, and a simple and elegant 2-channel interface - DT50 guitar amplifiers are in a category all their own.

Features:

Line 6 HD amp modeling technology seamlessly integrates with Reinhold Bogner's uniquely (and extremely) versatile tube sections
DT50 goes further than any other amplifier to produce great amp tones by offering both modeling technology and reconfigurable
analog circuitry to deliver something bigger than the sum of its parts
Reconfigurable analog circuitry includes negative feedback loop, operating class (Class A, Class AB)
Power tube mode (pentode/triode) to change 50/25 watts
Low-power mode
2-channels with individual reverb




Price:495.00
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1970 Marshall jmp 50
1970 Marshall jmp 50

1970 Marshall jmp 50

Year of Manufacture - 1970

Serial Number -

Condition - Great,changed power transformer to original spec

It all started when a drum shop owner couldn’t get rid of three pesky guitarists. If it weren’t for those meddling kids and their gosh-darned guitars, Jim Marshall might have made a name for himself selling drums. The pesky guitarists in question—Ritchie Blackmore, Big Jim Sullivan [the subject of PG’s February 2013 Forgotten Heroes feature], and Pete Townshend—were dissatisfied with their rigs. They yearned for more volume, more distortion, and the right sound. Marshall’s success in addressing those needs sealed the Lord of Loud’s legacy and forever changed the world of guitars and music.

In the early 1960s, after deciding to build handwired amps that rivaled Fender’s current stock, Marshall and his two closest cohorts—Ken Bran, a shop repairman, and Dudley Craven, an 18-year-old apprentice—began building Fender amp clones that used 5881 power tubes. Other small changes included Celestion 15-watt speakers compared to Fender’s preference for Jensen 15-watt models. After working with higher-gain preamp tubes—like the ECC83—and learning how different filters and capacitors had a transformative impact on the tone, Marshall heard a sound he knew guitarists would crave. Thus was born the iconic JTM45—which got its initials from Marshall’s son Jim Terry Marshall. A few years later, Marshall switched to KT66 tubes to create the even louder 100-watt Super Lead 1959. In 1968, the company dialed back the decibels with the unveiling of a 50-watt, small-box head that would be called the JMP—an acronym for “Jim Marshall Products.

This example dates to 1970 and is an early exponent of the change to the bigger box and sounds superb.


Price:2,500.00
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Used  AC30 from the Vox Sound Ltd period. Great entry into the world of vintage Vox tone.
Used  AC30 from the Vox Sound Ltd period. Great entry into the world of vintage Vox tone.Used  AC30 from the Vox Sound Ltd period. Great entry into the world of vintage Vox tone.Used  AC30 from the Vox Sound Ltd period. Great entry into the world of vintage Vox tone.

Used AC30 from the Vox Sound Ltd period. Great entry into the world of vintage Vox tone.

Year of Manufacture - 1970.s

Serial Number - 24840

Case - none

Condition - Good

Great sounding in all original condition and loaded with Vox Fane speakers.



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Price:1,295.00
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