1967 Fender Princeton Reverb-Amp

1967 Fender Princeton Reverb-Amp

"PRINCETON/REVERB: A performance proven favorite among students, studio operators and guitar teachers everywhere! Including built-in Reverb and Tremolo, the Princeton Reverb also boasts an impressive list of plus features found only in more expensive amps. Check them!" -- 1968 Fender Musical Instruments Catalog   Make and Model: Fender Princeton Reverb~Amp Year: Early…
2018 top 5 vintage guitars

2018 top 5 vintage guitars

~Truevintageguitar.com~ The vintage guitar haul from 2018 was one for the record books! I love every guitar that comes through the shop, which is why I bought them in the first place, but there are a few pieces that stick out above the rest. When I think back on them…
Vintage Fender Telecaster Guitars with Wide Range Humbucking Pickups

Vintage Fender Telecaster Guitars with Wide Range Humbucking Pickups

~Truevintageguitar.com~ The Fender Telecaster model is one of- if not THE- most beloved solid body electric guitar styles amongst guitarist since its introduction in 1952. Well, ok, it was initially introduced as the Broadcaster in 1950 but ran into a little trouble with Gretsch and their Broadkaster name. So, in…
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…
Fender’s Princeton Reverb-Amp!

Fender’s Princeton Reverb-Amp!

1964 was a transitional year for the entire Fender amplifier line. All amplifiers were now covered in a new black material that was striking in appearance and extremely sturdy: black Tolex! Much of the line was already utilizing brown or white Tolex material but the Champ was still dressed in…
1967 Fender Princeton Reverb-Amp

1967 Fender Princeton Reverb-Amp

The blackface era Fender Princeton Reverb-Amp is an iconic amplifier that has become one of the most desirable recording amps today. This versatile platform is just as comfortable at home, in the studio or at a gig. It's powered by a pair of 12ax7 preamp tubes driving two 6v6 power…
1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom

1969 Gibson Les Paul Custom

Gibson's Les Paul Custom model was reintroduced in 1968 and retained many of the desirable features that the 1950s guitars had. Unlike the 50s Custom, the 1969 version featured a carved Maple cap over a one piece Mahogany body instead of a solid Mahogany body throughout. The Les Paul Custom…
Gibson’s ES-330 from 1959 to 1969

Gibson’s ES-330 from 1959 to 1969

The 1950s ushered in an entirely new music scene in the United States - the war was over, production was growing, and prosperity followed suit. The big bands of the 1940s gave way to smaller three or four piece outfits whose amplifier technology allowed them to fill dance halls that…
1974 Fender Telecaster Thinline

1974 Fender Telecaster Thinline

Fender's "Thinline" version of the popular Telecaster model was designed by Roger Rossmeisl and debuted in 1968. After a short time routing the body under the pickguard (called the "Smuggler's Tele"),Rossmeisl decided instead to chamber the body and added an attractive F hole route in the bass side lower bout.…
1969 Gibson ES-335td

1969 Gibson ES-335td

The Gibson ES-335 debuted in 1958 with a revolutionary new design: a double cutaway, thin solid body with hollow wings electric guitar. The thin body of this guitar was constructed of a laminated Maple arched top and back but had a solid center Maple block running down the center of…