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1963 FENDER PRINCETON VINTAGE WHITE KNOB GUITAR TUBE AMP AMPLIFIER

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Untitled Document Item Details For your consideration is this vintage 1963 100% ALL ORIGINAL Fender “White Knob” Princeton-Amp 6G2 guitar amplifier. This “Fender Elect. Inst. Co.” example is in all original mint condition and retains; original caps, original tubes and the original power chord. While not the most popular amp, this Reverb-less Princeton was made prior to the model being offered with the effect. This pre-CBS Fender Princeton is the epitome of a great practice/recording amp: simple, small and sweet. I sell lots of vintage Fender amps, and although this example does not include a cover or a footswitch, it is as clean a specimen that exists... if you were to look up mint in the dictionary, you might just see this exact amp. I just sold an identical amp in slightly less attractive condition for $1,200.00, so take advantage of this bad economy and bid, because this amp is being sold with No Reserve and FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING! Serial Number: P06528 Transformer Codes: 606337, -606-3-15 Tube Chart Date Code: MK (November 1963) Speaker Code: 137 338 (CTS) Assembly Line/Inspection Stamp: AB4863The 6G2 Princeton utilizes: (1) 5Y3, (2) 6V6, (1) 7025, and (1) 12AX7 tubes (all of which are original) through an original 1 x 10? CTS speaker. As briefly mentioned, this amp is great for in-home practice, recording and light rehearsals. It is definitely loud and efficient with surprisingly prominent head-room, but it is low wattage enough to enjoy at high volume levels. The vibrato is fantastic and seems to be more dynamic than your typical Fender amp with vibrato: as the sine wave is more pronounced than usual which creates a very bold and striking effect.The amp is in pristine all original condition with no flaws whatsoever. The black tolex and “no-logo” grill are essentially in mint condition other than one insignificant superficial snag. Even the black face plate only exhibits a couple small hair-like scratches that can only be seen through a macro lens of a camera. Unfortunately, one of the glider feet on the bottom has fallen off. This part can be purchased new, or for a few bucks. In fact, if the buyer really wants, I will include locate one and include it at no extra cost, as long as I have a few days to source it out. Super clean, super cute, and just all-around super, this is a great vintage amp for not much money that represents a lot of value! Payment Details I accept Paypal, and I have my account arranged so that you can pay with all credit cards, as well as, fund the purchase directly through your bank account. If someone local is interested in this item, I can facilitate other types of secure payment. Please inquire. Shipping Details Since this item is both fragile and sensitive, I will double-box this amp professionally with all new packing materials. The tubes will be removed and packed separately, and I will also guarantee that every precaution will be exercised to ensure the safety of the cabinet, chassis, and speaker. Insurance in the amount of the total sale will be included at no extra cost.F-R-E-E--W-O-R-L-D-W-I-D-E--S-H-I-P-P-I-N-G!Please remember that all transactions that take place within CA (whether the item is picked up from me in LA, or shipped to any city in CA) will be responsible for a 8.75% CA sales tax liability.

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