1972 Marshall Lead-Bass 20w 2061

1972 Marshall Lead-Bass 20w 2061

We're thrilled to offer this clean Marshall Lead-Bass 20 Watt no. 2061! You'll find no mention of the model in the catalogs from the years it was available (1968 -1973) but The History of Marshall: the First 50 Years indicates that it is listed in circuit diagrams from Marshall. The…
1961 Fender VI (Bass 6)

1961 Fender VI (Bass 6)

From the 1962 Fender catalog, "NEW FENDER BASS VI GUITAR - The new six-string bass guitar is the finest on the market. It is tuned one octave below that of the Spanish guitar. The instrument incorporates three pickups that can be used together or in any combination making a total…
1977 Gibson RD Artist Bass MOOG

1977 Gibson RD Artist Bass MOOG

The Gibson RD77 Artist Bass was introduced in 1977 and featured MOOG active electronics inside a modified Thunderbird shaped offset body. Bob Moog personally designed the active electronics which included a compression circuit for the neck pickup and an expansion circuit for the bridge pickup. The circuit also included a…
1958 Fender Bassman 5F6-A

1958 Fender Bassman 5F6-A

The Fender Bassman 5F6-A made from 1958 until 1960 is one of the most desirable and collectible amplifiers that Leo's company ever produced. Clean and original examples of this model and specific circuit have become scarce because many of them were used and abused for 50+ years. The 5F6-A circuit was…
1964 Fender Bassman 6G6-B

1964 Fender Bassman 6G6-B

The Fender Bassman has been a favorite of guitar players since its introduction in 1952. The first versions of the Bassman utilized a single 15" speaker but was soon redesigned with four 10" speakers and dual rectifier tubes. The Bassman became a piggy-back amplifier in 1960 when the 6G6-A version…
1963 Fender Bassman 6G6-b

1963 Fender Bassman 6G6-b

This 1963 Fender Bassman 6G6-b is an excellent example early 1960s Fender craftsmanship, design, and aesthetic appeal. The Bassman has always been a favorite of guitarists since its introduction in 1952. The 6G6 version of this model is known for both its great Fender cleans and mild breakup when cranked.…
1957 Gibson ES-225TDN

1957 Gibson ES-225TDN

Now available from Truevintageguitar.com: 1957 Gibson ES-225TDN! From the 1959 Gibson catalog, "The ES-225T series of thin-bodied, cutaway guitars offer outstanding professional instruments in the popular priced field. Combining the rigidity and tone features of a solid body guitar, with the light weight easy-to-hold shape of conventional styling, these instruments are…
1968 Marshall 1982a Cabinet

1968 Marshall 1982a Cabinet

1969 Marshall catalog: "MARSHALL - 4x12 Speaker Cabinets - Model 1982 LEAD or BASS - Angled Front - Containing four 12" High Power Celestion Loudspeakers giving a power output capacity of 100 watts." The 1982 model was the heavier duty, professional touring grade version of the 1960 model cabinet featuring…
1955 Gibson Maestro GA-45T Accordion Amplifier

1955 Gibson Maestro GA-45T Accordion Amplifier

Gibson's Maestro Accordion Amplifier was essentially a GA-40 Gibson amplifier but with bass and treble controls as well as a 4x8" Jensen speaker configuration. This Maestro amp has survived in very nice condition and has all the great smooth creamy breakup and distortion that 50s Gibson amplifiers are known for.…
1965 Fender Jaguar Fiesta Red

1965 Fender Jaguar Fiesta Red

Fender debuted the Jaguar model in 1962 as the next jewel in the offset line. The Jaguar featured a slightly modified version of the Jazzmaster’s offset body, proprietary shielded single coil pickups, a rhythm/lead circuit with bass cut switch, a new “Fender Mute” bridge mute and the Jazzmaster’s tremolo and…