For sale: 1970s Fender Princeton. Silverface model, non-reverb.
12W output, new pair of JJ 6V6s last year, original speaker, tube rectifier, and tremolo.
Totally boss sounding amp, clean all the way up the dial, and takes pedals beautifully. This amp runs at US 110V, and has a step down transformer mounted in the cabinet. It’s in superb condition for its vintage, with only a couple of scuffs on the tolex – a great looking amp.
£650 ono. Enquiries to [redacted] No longer for sale, enjoy the pictures!
For sale here is my 1981 Mark IIB combo amp. The amp is HRGX spec – 100W, reverb, graphic EQ, with the voltage-switchable export transformer – and is finished in cream tolex. Aside from the reverb knob missing from the back panel of the amp, it’s in beautiful condition.
A truly awesome sounding amp, a shame to see it go.
Comes with a flight case and footswitch.
Enquiries to [redacted] No longer for sale, enjoy the pictures!
Roland JC-50 Jazz Chorus amp. This is a 50W 1×12 version of the JC-120 amp, and is much, much more portable.
Amazing sounding clean amp, beautiful reverb and legendary in built chorus sound.
£225 – email [redacted] No longer for sale, enjoy the pictures!
Mesa/Boogie 1×12 cabinet with an EVM12L speaker. Comes with the original slip cover.
There is a (very) slight tear in the grille cloth, and I’ve connected a 1.5m cable directly to the speaker as the jack socket got to be a bit loose (this does not affect the performance of the cab in any way).
Other than that, it’s in great condition, and is an awesome sounding cabinet.
£200 ono, email [redacted] No longer for sale, enjoy the pictures!
Mesa/Boogie Mark IV 1×12 combo. Awesome amplifier with more features than almost anything else out there; supremely versatile, and exquisitely built. Electro-Voice EVM12L speaker.
I’ve had this amp for the best part of 10 years, and it’s in beautiful condition. Comes with the FU-3 foot switch and original slip cover.
£1050 ono. Email [redacted] No longer for sale, enjoy the pictures!
I’m having a clear out of my gear – a real big clear out. Since selling my Dumble clone a few weeks ago, I’ve been acutely aware that all of this stuff is replaceable, and that keeping around a few grand’s worth of top notch gear and not giving it the play time it deserves is not really the best way to go. So I’m selling up the whole lot (with the exception of the 1977 15″ Mark I combo, which is definitely not replaceable) and moving to a ‘rolling’ gear strategy.
I’m determined to stay off of eBay, so please email [redacted] No longer for sale, enjoy the pictures! if you’re interested in anything listed.