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.…
1947 Gibson LG-2

1947 Gibson LG-2

"LG-2 Flat Top Guitar...The deep red Mahogany on the back, rim, and neck is highlighted by the bright golden sunburst shading on the top which blends into the surrounding brown finish." -- Gibson catalog, 1950 Make and model: Gibson LG-2 Year: Likely 1947 or 1948. No visible factory order number.…
1937 Gibson Roy Smeck Stage De Luxe

1937 Gibson Roy Smeck Stage De Luxe

"Roy Smeck Hawaiian Guitars -- There are many players who need exceptional guitars on which to display their talents -- guitars that will respond to their technique, no matter how fast or how soft, with a clear ringing tone.... Fine Spruce top, Mahogany rim, back, and neck; Rosewood fingerboard.... Rich chocolate…
1961 Epiphone FT45 Cortez

1961 Epiphone FT45 Cortez

"Cortez: Distinctive in appearance with a beautiful golden shaded flat top and traditional shape. Distinctive in features with a mellow, resonant tone and a fast, low action. Top is specially selected Spruce providing a fine sounding board, back and rims are Mahogany. Mahogany neck with adjustable truss rod. Rosewood fingerboard with…
1965 Gibson ES-330tdc Lyre Vibrola

1965 Gibson ES-330tdc Lyre Vibrola

"ES-330TD: A wonderful instrument with truly magical tone available in single and double pickup models. The double cutaway body and thin silhouette make it wonderfully easy to hold and play. FEATURES: Constructed from the finest curly Maple and Rosewood, nickel plated metal parts. Slim, fast, low-action neck joins the body at…