View full product details → " data-bread-crumbs="100-500;4x12; Amps;condition: Good; Electric Guitar Amp;fender; Just Arrived; Local Pickup Only;reverbsync-seller-cost:150.00;reverbsync-shipping-profile: Local Pickup Only; Speaker Cabinet;vintage;" This 1960s Magnatone M10 Combo is in great shape and working condition.
Has a bit of buzz/vibration at certain frequencies so is being sold AS-IS. View full product details → Body: Aluminum Pickups/Hardware: Original hardware, original pickup (rated at 4.9 k Ohms), volume and tone controls on both the lap steel and the amp Cosmetic Condition: The top of the lap steel is fairly clean with some hazing and dings throughout and the sides are in similar shape.
Sundholm enlisted the help of his brother Conrad to help solve his problem.
A few coupling caps have been replaced otherwise, the amp is original. View full product details → This 1966 Fender Super Reverb-Amp is in great shape and working order.
Since then I have re-tubed and recapped it entirely, and it is really a fantastic amplifier. The ‘hi boost’ and ‘low boost’ switches enable one to get some very modern sounds out of this ancient tube head; much more versatile than, say, a Bassman. Because the band was used to playing small hops and school dances, many of the members found themselves ill-equipped with the amplifiers that they were currently using.
Bassist Norm Sundholm discovered that his bass amp was not nearly powerful enough to play larger concert halls.
The transformers in this guy date to 1973, the pots date to 1967, and the speakers look original, despite their lack of any markings.
We don't have the footswitch for it, but the gentle vibrato sounds so sweet.