1951 Fender Deluxe 5A3
1951 Fender Tweed Deluxe 5A3 Vintage Amplifier.
Sought after by collectors of vintage Fender amps, this piece was made during the birth of the company and the introduction of the 1951 Fender Telecaster later that year set them on a path that was to define music itself for the next 70 years and beyond.
TV Front, 12” Jensen P12R Alnico Speaker, Original Transformers.
Updated Electrolytics and 3-prong lead. 110V model recently serviced.
1954 Fender Champ 5C1
1954 Fender Tweed 5C1 Champ. These may be small in size, but collectors and recording artists cannot get enough of these fantastic sounding tweed amps.
Perfect for apartment living, an excellent, all original tweed amplifier that sounds phenomenal.
Highly sought after collectible amp. Requires a 115V stepdown transformer.
1954 Fender Deluxe 5D3
1954 Fender Tweed Deluxe in original condition including Grill Cloth, Tweed and Original speaker which is a 12” Jensen P12 R. Original transformers.
Electrolytics have been updated together with a new handle. Original handle comes with the amp.
1957 Fender Champ 5F1
Fantastic sounding 1957 Fender Tweed Champ 5F1 amp.
The circuit is in all original condition except for the removal of the “death” capacitor and a USA 3 prong earthed power cord has been fitted.
The original 6 inch speaker has been replaced with a Weber Signature 8 inch alnico speaker.
1958 Fender Deluxe 5E3
1958 Fender Tweed Deluxe 5E3.
Original Transformers, Circuit, Tweed and Speaker.
110V model with three prong lead, Earth added.
Filter Capacitors upgraded. The amp comes with a cover, spare power and rectifier valves, pilot lamp and fuses.
1958 Fender Tremolux 5G9
EXC 1958 Fender Tweed Tremolux 5G9.
Original Transformers, 12” P12R speaker has been reconed.
2 channel Dual inputs. 2 Volumes, Tone, Speed and Intensity.
Electrolytic capacitors updated and an earthed three prong cord fitted. Updated handle and footswitch.
1959 Fender Harvard 5F10
Highly Collectable 1959 Fender Tweed Harvard Guitar Amplifier.
A Fixed Bias Fender Tweed model, this Harvard comes with its original Victoria Luggage Co. cover that says Los Angeles, California.
Upgraded electrolytic capacitors, removal of “death cap” and an earthed three prong US power cord. Original tubes replaced with New NOS Tubes. Old Tubes Supplied.
10 watts output, 115V model.
1959 Fender Vibrolux 5F11
Incredible 1959 Fender Tweed Vibrolux 5F11.
Tremolo Model with Original Speaker and Transformers. Electrolytic Capacitors updated and an Earthed Three Prong Lead fitted.
Foot Switch is Non-Original.
1960 Fender Champ 5F1 (1 of 2)
1960 Fender Tweed Champ 5F1 in all original condition.
Bone stock Fender Tweed Champs are rare in todays market. Comes with a cover, spare set of valves, pilot lamp and fuses.
US 110V plug.
1960 Fender Princeton 5F2-A
1960 Princeton Narrow Panel Fender Tweed Amplifier in excellent condition.
This 110V version has the majority of capacitors updated. A great looking piece of Fender musical history with that magic tone.
The original power transformer has been rewound in Sydney to original specification.
An absolute pleasure on the ears.
1963 Fender Vibroverb
EXC 1963 Fender Brownface Vibroverb model in clean brown tolex.
US Power 115V, 2*10 speakers deliver legendary tone. One of the first Fender amp twin channel models to include Reverb inside the amplifier.
Original components including all transformers, speakers. Three prong lead installed. Filter caps upgraded.
1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb Blackface
EXC 1965 Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb.
Original transformers and 12" Oxford speaker. This vintage amp is the 115V model which will require a step-down transformer to operate in Australia.
The electrolytic capacitors have been updated and an earthed three prong lead fitted. Newer footswitch.
1967 Fender Princeton Reverb
1967 Fender Blackface Princeton Reverb in EXC+ condition.
With 12 watts through a 10 inch Jensen speaker, this vintage Fender amplifier is perfect for small venues and home use.
Electrolytic capacitors updated and an earthed three prong power cord installed. Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, Intensity controls.
The foot switch is a modern replacement.
1967 Fender Pro Reverb
1967 Fender Pro-Reverb Blackface with a 2 x 12" 40 watt combo in excellent condition.
All original except for a capacitor upgrade.
US version that will require a 115V stepdown transformer to operate on 240V.
Chris Buck - Friday Fretworks
1967 Fender Vibrolux Reverb Mint
Immaculate 1967 Fender Vibrolux Reverb.
Two Channels, Reverb and Tremolo, Original transformers and Speaker. Electrolytic capacitors upgraded and earthed three prong lead fitted.
Original Victoria Luggage vinyl cover. Original foot switch. Original Warranty Card included.
1968 Fender Twin Reverb
1968 Fender Twin Reverb Vintage Amplifier.
Silverface drip-edge 2*12 combo. Two original Altec Lansing speakers, one reconed. Original transformers.
Upgraded capacitors during last service. All original replaced parts are stored in a separate plastic bag.
1971 Marshall JMP50
Vintage Marshall JMP50W Head including a 1968 Re-issue Marshall cabinet with 4 Celestion Greenback speakers. Cabinet was hand-wired in the UK. The speakers are amazingly crisp.
There is an extra hole in the front panel where someone has added a Master Volume at some stage. Replaced power transformer.
This setup is a mongrel, incredibly loud with an amazing sound.
1973 Marshall 100W Super Lead
1973 Marshall 100W Super Lead US model including a great condition 1973 White Tolex Cabinet with 4*12 Celestion Greenback speakers.
Gold brushed Aluminium front panel. Original transformers, circuitry and electronics. Only changes are the screen resistors and tubes. Designed for 6650's, currently has GT EL34's installed.
Green printed circuit board, Polarity Switch, US 110V power cord.
1991 Marshall SE 100
EXC 1991 Marshall SE 100 Speaker Emulation System.
8 Ohm Reactive Load, Silent Recording Direct Box, 18db Attenuator, Headphone Jack.
One of the first of it's kind, this Speaker Emulator/ Attenuator was used by Eddie Van Halen, Billy Gibbons and Joe Satriani who uses it for recording.