• Suhr PT100 Pete Thorn Signature Series Head and 2x12...
    Here is an incredibly versatile amp with a wide range of tones. A signature amp from Pete Thorn, a world renowned guitarist, that has everything. The PT-100 has a classic black tolex and black knobs and a rich midnight anodized aluminium faceplate. The Suhr PT-100 Signature Edition set features a 100 watt, three-channel tube amplifier head loaded with a custom "Plexi-style" output transformer, four EL-34 power tubes and six 12AX7 preamp tubes, a solid-state series/parallel effects loop, 4-button MIDI programmable footswitch. The clean channel can get a beautiful chime or be slightly driven. From there, channels two and three get slight crunch to solo sustain. The cab is 150 watt, 8 ohm, with 2 x Celestion G12H-75 Creambacks. Sounds incredible! EXC W/Covers $3495 Local Pickup Only    
  • Tone King Closed Back 2x12 Cabinet
    This is one of the coolest looking and sounding cabs we've had! This is a classic 2x12, 4 ohm, closed back cab. The speakers are Two Rock Bronco speakers and sound great. These have that classic British voicing. A great addition to any rig! EXC $450    
  • Vox AC30 Hand Wired Head
    Here is some classic tone! This has 30 watts of classic Vox tone. It's a traditional 2-channel head, with both a top boost channel that has a hot/cool switch and a normal channel that has a bright switch. Featuring a hand wired board assembly containing three ECC83/12AX7 preamp tubes, four EL84 power tubes, and a GZ34 rectifier tube. The OP mode switch cuts the output power level in half, letting you get the classic tone you want at a lower level. An amazing head that takes classic tone to a new level. EXC $995    
  • Blackstar Heritage 100 Artisan Amplifier
    Here is a terrific sounding amp with some great history. This head was used by Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick in the studio and can be heard on multiple recordings. This is EL 34 based and can really get a great mix of British and American tones. It has 2 channels and is 100 watts of pure power. This is serious tone! EXC $1100    
  • Plush P1000S w/ Slave-Multiplex
    Plush 1000s 70s 100 watt tube amp Super clean stack. Comparable to a Fender Showman Loud! $1995
  • Vox AC30
    1972 AC-30 from the Bich-Stolec era. Top Boost. Removed reverb tank. $2,250    
  • Ampeg J-12T
    This little amp has 2 EL84s and 2 - 12AX7s in the preamp.  A 12" speaker, tremolo with intensity and speed controls, and reverb. $495    
  • JMI JMT1 "Prototype" Bass Amp
    This is a prototype amplifier based off of Paul McCartney's Vox used in the early Beatles days. This is an incredibly rare recreation of his schematics and sounds incredible, this is the only one ever produced and was on Display at the NAMM show. A Rare amp for any Beatles Collector or Collection! EXC $3200
  • Marshall 1987X 50-watt Plexi Tube Head and Cab
    The main characteristic that these amps share is their simplicity of operation and natural tone. For the best results is to play them loud! The result is pure, majestic tone. This produces a big, round, warm, sustain, full of classic character. Featuring 50-watts of output, Preamp Valves: 3 x ECC83 preamp tubes and 2 x EL34 power amp tubes, 3-band EQ,a series effects loop, and a Presence control. A great reproduction of the original! EXC $2100  
  • 1958 and 1959 Fender Bassman "Joe Bonamassa"
    Here is a chance to get part of Blues/Rock & Roll History! These are the amps that were used on and featured on the Red Rocks "Muddy Wolf" DVD and the 'Live at Radio City Music hall' DVD. Since Joe has changed to 4-Tweed twins he was hoping these amps would find a good home! These Bassman's were also used on the albums "Blues of Desperation and Black Country Communion. Plus they sound Amazing! EXC $9500 each. HOLD