1951 Fender Deluxe 5A3
1952 Fender Twin 5C8
1952 Fender Twin 5C8. Wide Panel Tweed Amp.
The Tweed back detachable panels have been recovered but the rest is original. Power Filter capacitors replaced some time ago. Earthed three prong power cord fitted. Grill cloth replaced
Transformers are original. 115V model. 2*12 Jensen P12N speakers have been fitted most likely from 1962.
1952 Fender V-Front Super
1952 Fender Super V-Front with simply amazing tone. Owned by G. E. Smith for the vast majority of its life.
Comes with its original transformers. The speakers are replaced by G. E. Smith with a custom pair of Eminence from the early nineties.
The electrolytic capacitors have been replaced and an earthed power cord has been fitted.
1954 Fender Champ 5C1
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.
1955 Fender Champ 5E1
1955 Fender Tweed Champ 5E1 EXC+
Clean, original collectors grade Fender Champ with a 6” Speaker. Single Volume.
2 prong lead. Nothing upgraded or touched. Perfect for recording.
1957 Fender Champ 5F1
Fantastic sounding 1957 Fender Champ Tweed 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 Princeton 5F2-A
1958 Fender Super 5F4
1958 Fender Super in perfect working condition equipped with 6L6's.
Original power transformer, tweed and circuitry. Replaced output transformer. Clean chrome panel. One of the Jensen PR10 speakers is from 1959 and the handle is newer.
Stepdown 110-240V transformer is included in the bottom of the cabinet.
1958 Fender Tremolux 5E9
This amazing sounding 1958 Fender Tremolux vintage amplifier was purchased from Lark St Music in New Jersey, USA.
A smooth Fender tone with that late 50's bass which is unmistakable for blues and rock.
This 110V version comes with mostly original parts. Power transformer replaced with modern ToneClone Pro from Mercury.
Has two instrument and two microphone inputs. Speaker is a 1954 Jensen.
1958 Fender Tremolux 5G9
EXC Original Transformers and Tweed.
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 Bassman
Golden-era 1959 Fender Tweed Bassman with Jensen P10R speakers dated 1959. Original Transformers, Grill Cloth and Tweed covering. 4 Jupiter caps replaced and a newer leather handle, removable Australian step-down transformer in bottom of cabinet.
This amp is dated "IA" produced Jan 59 and therefore most likely assembled late in 1958.
1959 Fender Harvard 5F10
EXC+ 1959 Fender Harvard.
One of the most desirable Fender Tweed models.
Upgraded electrolytic capacitors, removal of “death cap” and an earthed three prong US power cord.
10 watts output, 115V model, this Fender Harvard comes with its original unused, Victoria Luggage Co. Los Angeles California cover.
1960 Fender Princeton
1960 Fender Princeton Narrow Panel Tweed Amplifier with all original transformers, tweed and speaker.
This 110V version has the majority of capacitors updated. A great looking piece of Fender musical history with that magic tone.
An absolute pleasure on the ears.
1960 Fender Princeton 5F2-A
1960 Fender Princeton 5F2-A Narrow-Panel Tweed in great condition.
A couple of changes. The handle is a later reproduction; filter caps have been replaced, power transformer changed to a 240V version, and the Jensen speaker has been replaced with a 10-watt ceramic which gives it a warm clean sound normally associated with the Princeton.
The tweed covering and Fender nameplate are in excellent plus condition with very minor scuffs to the corners.
This piece is part of the Andrew Bailey collection in Melbourne.
1962 Fender Harvard 6G10
EXC+ 1962 Fender Harvard 6G10 working perfectly and sounds fabulous. 6 watts 115 V model.
Super rare low production numbers on this model in 1962. All original except for upgraded electrolytic capacitors, handle, removal of “death cap” and addition of an earthed power cord.