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Real Vintage Fender amps. Please post here without fear.

Stow

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As Joe B posted the Marshall thread, lets see some of your Fender amps and yours Joe, I know you have Killer collection.

Ill start, here are my Fenders, 66 Twin, 64 Vibroverb, 61 Vibrolux, 68 Deluxe Reverb



 

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'65 Deluxe Reverb. All original including caps. Possibly tube changes.




 

Anje

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68-69 Drip Edge Deluxe Reverb and 64-69 Twin Reverb small Fender wall:

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I used them in stereo (or "wet/dry") pairs; I loved especially how those old Twin are fantastic loud clean machines, and great pedal platforms. That '64 in particular, was impressive.
 

goldtop0

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'65 SR........speakers and some caps replaced.

 

CoyotesGator

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Wow! Fantastic clean amps guys.

This thread needs a dirty mutt.

Super Six Reverb.

Fell out of the back of a speeding pickup.

Ashtray and everclear accident set it on fire once.

Loud and very unapologetic.

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Here's Joe B.'s contribution...:jim



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Michael Minnis

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This was the height of my blackface collection. Sorry about the fuzzy photo. That's a Twin Reverb hiding in the back right hand corner. I've since downsized to a different Princeton Reverb and Deluxe Reverb, same Vibrolux Reverb as in the picture, and I swapped out the impossible to move Twin Reverb loaded with JBLs for a Showman head and a separate Kerry Wright 1x12 cab loaded with an old EVM12L.


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Don

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Ooh!! Finally one I can participate in!!!

My "keeper" '66 Vibrolux Reverb that I've had since about 1990. The face plate is a repro. It had a '68 blackline faceplate on it when I bought it.
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With the '67 Super Reverb that I used to own-
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The '68 Princeton Reverb that I probably should've kept. The logo looked "wrong" but I saw no evidence of it ever having been changed.
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The PR's guts-
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rufes

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Stow

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Killer killer!! Keep posting!
 

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Dead mint 1962 6G3 bought off eBay for $1500 bones in Fall of 2012. Only thing missing was the footswitch:

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Original tubes. Seller said it belonged to his uncle who never played but "took good care of his things". No kidding!
 
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