Dating a fender bassman amp
We are always happy to provide a quote for shipping and insurance for our customers outside of the United States and those requiring special services. Alaska and Hawaii) will be shipped using Fed Ex Home or Ground delivery, where applicable.International orders will be shipped by United States Postal Service Priority International. SOME NEW CAPS AND 3 PRONG POWER CABLE, otherwise original& Sounds Great! 9.00 ASIA, AUSTRALIA VIA BAX GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL SERVICE(USUALLY LESS THAN 8 DAYS TIME) IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO PAY THE SPECIFIED SHIPPING PLEASE DO NOT BID! Note: Please disregard the streaking on the instrument. We appreciate it if you'd ask questions before you bid. VINTAGE WHITE STYLE KNOBS AND VINTAGE STYLE METAL LOGO HAS A AMAZING SOUNDING EV 12 INCH SPEAKER.
POSITIVE FEEDBACK WILL BE GRANTED ONCE POSITIVE FEEDBACK IS LEFT. The first year silverface amps had the same circuit as the blackface models. AB165 circuit, appears 100% original down to the two prong cord-not including tubes- silverface Bassman head in remarkable condition. Has all the original caps and provides 50 watts of true Fender sound.
ALL ITEMS SOLD WITH A 14 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE EXCLUDING RETURN SHIPPING FEES PLUS A 10% RESTOCK FEE. ONLY FULL REFUNDS INCLUDING ORIGINAL SHIPPING UPON RECEIPT OF ORIGINAL ITEM WITHIN THE 14 DAY PERIOD! Fender Bassman Head Silverface Vintage 1968 First Year Silverface. Same knobs used on all of the early Silverface Fender amps, have a slotted set screw at 1 on the knob, metal inserts. Just the ticket if your old vintage amp is missing a knob or two. I have other parts listed and I can combine shipping on small multiple purchases. No returns, what you see is what you will get.1968 Fender Drip Edge. The power transformer 022814 8316802, output transformer 022871 606803, and choke 022699 606803.
7Vintage amplifier knobs from a 1969 Fender Silverface Super Bassman amp.
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Professionally Serviced and biased with all new tubes. For safety, the power cable was properly replaced with a new grounded three prong cable and the chassis cap(death cap) was disconnected. Just minor tolex scratches and bumps- looks better than most people born in 1964-This amp is my Baby. This is the amp the Jim Marshall used for his prototype of the Marshall Plexis, just an earlier version.