• 1959 Fender Tremolux "Tweed"
    This "narrow panel" 1959 Tweed Tremolux amp is a perfect small-gig or recording amp! The lush tremolo circuit works and sounds fantastic, and with the original Jensen P12Q speaker, this is one of the cleanest Tweed Fender's we've had lately. EXC $4,750
  • 1961 Fender Vibrolux "Brownface"
    One of the most desirable "Brownface" Fender amps, this fully original example is as clean as they come. The brown tolex is in great shape, and the sought-after "true-pitch" vibrato/tremolo function provides a rich pitch-shift effect. This was the amp used on famous recordings like "Sultan's of Swing" and others; a perfect sized amp for both gigs and studio dates. EXC $3,995
  • 1959 Fender Bassman "Tweed"
    A fantastic "player's" Tweed Bassman, this amp was professioinally re-tweeded and signed by Sam Hutton. The speakers have been replaced but the internals remain original. This is an incredible sounding 4-input "narrow panel" Bassman that would make a perfect amp for any size gig. This circuit provided the inspiration for the earliest Marshall amps, and you can really hear that in the rich, musical breakup this amp produces. VG $3,495
  • 1959 Fender Deluxe "Tweed"
    This amp started out as a 1959 "narrow panel" Tweed Deluxe. One of the most recorded amplifiers of all time, the Tweed Deluxe has been a favorite of guitar players because of it's simplicity and it's musical breakup. This example features a few modern adaptations, including a half power switch in place of the ground lift and a new speaker. The amp has been recovered and a new transformer installed, however the original one will be included. These make this a great player's amp perfect for recordings and small gigs. VG $2,995
  • 1970s Musicman RD 112
    This 1970's Musicman RD112 combo was part of the touring rig for renowned singer/songwriter John Cougar Mellencamp. With a lush reverb and foot switch controlled overdrive channel, this small amp is a versatile and great sounding amp for gigging or studio applications. The grill cloth was blacked out with spray paint and "Cougar" has been stenciled across the back, but the amp is fully original on the inside. Recently serviced and ready to go, this is a great amp for any player. EXC $650
  • 1967 Fender Pro Reverb "Blackface"
    One of the best sounding Pro Reverb amps we've ever had. This Blackface '67 has a pair of aftermarket Warehouse speakers. The reverb is healthy and delivers the classic Fender spring sound for which these are known. A great amp for live or studio use. EXC $1,450
  • Park 1800 Combo
    The Park P1800 is based on the Watkins Dominator and also brings it to an even new level or aggressive rock tones. Carefully built with New Old Stock capacitors and resistors, an output transformer built in the UK to the exact specifications and sound quality as the original Radio Spares EL84 output transformer and a custom speaker that uses a celestion Blue alnico frame and magnet as it's base but with a different cone that truly is in a class of its own. Two channels each with Volume and Tone controls. voiced slightly differently One channel has a rich tremolo circuit with Speed and Intensity controls Two speaker output with a switch for 8 and 16 ohms Foot switch for tremolo is included and is plugged into a jack on the chassis bottom Two EL84 tubes for 18 watts at full clipping Three 12AX7s https://www.instagram.com/p/BkyLSJwH27T/?taken-by=rumbleseatmusic
  • Colby Lil Darlin
    The Colby Lil' Darlin is the perfect recording and practice amp. The hand wired Lil’ Darlin is based on a highly sought-after and ubiquitous 1950s three tube, single 6V6, 8” speaker combo (also known as a Tweed Champ) but takes it to a new level of tone and usability. By using classic build quality, high quality parts with strategic circuit modifications plus a high quality Weber Alnico magnet speaker, the Lil’ Darlin offers great clean sounds and great Class A overdrive at living room levels. The Lil’ Darlin has been carefully fine tuned so that it has many “sweets spots” while only using a single Volume control.
  • Park Rock Head 50
    The Rock Head 50 is a channel switching version of our, big tone, hand wired amplifiers. Based on the vintage Park Rock Head from the 1970s, the new Rock Head 50 offers what original 1970s Master Volume amps never offered; channel switching with both great clean and overdrive sounds with independent level control. The Rock Head 50 is capable of beautiful, sparkling clean tones, overdriven blues from a hint of OD to full-blown OD and classic rock sounds; all at any volume level. Belying its simple control layout, the RH50 has some clever circuitry which allows it to perform it’s magic. Using the PPIMV (Post Phase Inverter Master Volume), the clean channel offers a variety of clean tones in addition to moderate crunch. Its great for overdriven chords. Unlike most amps with a “high gain” OD channel, the Rock Head’s OD channel’s can be used as a second clean channel or produce bluesy overdrive to classic rock with just Gain and Master controls and no extra gain switches. Also included are three push-pull pots for the following functions: Clean channel Bright switch, OD channel "Mellow" switch and OD channel "Aggressive" switch. By using the two OD channel push-pull pots this channel is capable of everything from a warm bluesy overdrive to a 1980s Master Volume type crunch to aggressive lead distortion.
  • 1964 Vox AC-30
    One of the best sounding AC-30s we've had in a while, this "grey panel" model from 1964 has all the distinctive characteristics that have made the AC-30 one of the most enduring guitar amplifiers. The original Celestian Alnico silver 12" speakers provide the signature "Chime" these amps are known for, and at higher volume this amp roars in the way only old British tube amps can. A fantastic combo amp in fully original condition. EXC $4500.
  • Mesa Boogie Bass 400+ Head w/ Road Case
    A fantastic sounding and very powerful bass rig, this 400+ is a 400w tube amp with custom fit road case. A road worthy amp perfect for any situation where the bass needs to be heard! EXC w/road case $1000
  • Walter Woods Electroacoustic Bass Head
    A great sounding and versatile bass rig, this amp is a favorite for session and touring bassist. Lightweight and powerful, it includes a carrying case. EXC $1,500.
  • 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