Let’s see those vintage amps

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So I’ll start.

well mines a 1979 Mesa mk2a that makes the telecaster sound so warm and lovely and a 74 twin reverb that just sparkles with my tv Jones loaded guild starfire . DB156881-D477-4D0C-BFEE-815594DBE06E.jpeg I can’t believe I was going to sell the old Mesa . This was the third time buddy failed to show up so I told him “ I’m tired of waiting all it does is makes me anxious and I can’t deal with that. I also only had it for sale in order to buy the fender and I got that so I don’t need to sell it”
 

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Morgaine, my '76 Marshall 2x12 combo with '76 G12-30H Creambacks from 4x12 cab, Jimmy and Jimi's favorite speakers, more open than 25 watters and they don't blow up as easily. JMP50 chassis was exchanged for a much lighter and more sonically managable 18W EL84 chassis from Organ Donor Amps in Gainesville FL, lots of gain ;]

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Here's my '61 Fender Super with factory solid state rectifier (schematic called for tube). This was featured in Dave Hunter's vintage amp column in Vintage Guitar magazine. I've haven't yet been able to determine if it was in fact owned or used by Barney Kessel as per the Dymo label on the rear plate.

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Here's my '61 Fender Super with factory solid state rectifier (schematic called for tube). This was featured in Dave Hunter's vintage amp column in Vintage Guitar magazine. I've haven't yet been able to determine if it was in fact owned or used by Barney Kessel as per the Dymo label on the rear plate.

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You've got to find the Kessel connection- that's cool!
 
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