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1961 Fender Concert Amplifier Brownface
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    Default 1961 Fender Concert Amplifier Brownface

    Selling my vintage amph!

    $2,395.00

    I have it listed on reverb.com as well at that price. Discount for fretters and direct sale. Let me know if you think I am being reasonable or not. I used the Reverb pricing guide to set the asking.

    This one is a very nice, clean, working amp. It has been re-capped, has a pigtail plug installed, and has a Mercury Magnetics output transformer. The vibrato sounds wonderful.

    Here are some pics:









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    Foot switch and cover shown included. PM me if interested!
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    Guitars: Fender 60th Anniversary Std. Strat, Squier CVC Tele Hagstrom Viking Semi-hollow, Joshua beach guitar, Martin SPD-16TR Dreadnought
    Amphs: Peavey Classic 30, '61 Fender Concert
    Effects and such: Boss: DS-1, CE-5, NS-2 and RC20XL looper, Digitech Bad Monkey, Korg AX1G Multi-effects, Berhinger: TU100 tuner, PB100 Clean Boost, Line 6 Toneport UX2, Electro Harmonix Little Big Muff Pi, DuhVoodooMan's Rabid Rodent Rat Clone, Zonkin Yellow Screamer Mk. II, MXR Carbon Copy Delay


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    I play with one of those for 2 or 3 years, fantastic clean sound and the Vibrato is so creamy, nevertheless I had to sell it cause it was way to heavy to carry to every concert
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    Wow, that is nice! I didn't know you had one! How long have you had it?
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    Nice! Amazing condition if it's actually a '61 (or is it a reissue?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Wow, that is nice! I didn't know you had one! How long have you had it?
    I have had it since I think very early 2010. Here is the thread from when I got it.

    http://www.thefret.net/showthread.ph...fender+concert

    A client who could not pay his bill gave it to me as part payment. He put some nice used Tung-sols in it too.
    Steve Thompson
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    Guitars: Fender 60th Anniversary Std. Strat, Squier CVC Tele Hagstrom Viking Semi-hollow, Joshua beach guitar, Martin SPD-16TR Dreadnought
    Amphs: Peavey Classic 30, '61 Fender Concert
    Effects and such: Boss: DS-1, CE-5, NS-2 and RC20XL looper, Digitech Bad Monkey, Korg AX1G Multi-effects, Berhinger: TU100 tuner, PB100 Clean Boost, Line 6 Toneport UX2, Electro Harmonix Little Big Muff Pi, DuhVoodooMan's Rabid Rodent Rat Clone, Zonkin Yellow Screamer Mk. II, MXR Carbon Copy Delay


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    It never sold, and I decided to keep it. I revived my other thread from when I got it as it has so much info. Been doing some up keep to it!
    Steve Thompson
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    Guitars: Fender 60th Anniversary Std. Strat, Squier CVC Tele Hagstrom Viking Semi-hollow, Joshua beach guitar, Martin SPD-16TR Dreadnought
    Amphs: Peavey Classic 30, '61 Fender Concert
    Effects and such: Boss: DS-1, CE-5, NS-2 and RC20XL looper, Digitech Bad Monkey, Korg AX1G Multi-effects, Berhinger: TU100 tuner, PB100 Clean Boost, Line 6 Toneport UX2, Electro Harmonix Little Big Muff Pi, DuhVoodooMan's Rabid Rodent Rat Clone, Zonkin Yellow Screamer Mk. II, MXR Carbon Copy Delay


    love is the answer, at least for most of the questions in my heart. . .
    - j. johnson

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