Vintage 1962 Fender Deluxe 6g3 Tube Brown Amplifier

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1962 Fender Deluxe Amplifier

  • Serial Number: D01259
  • Model 6G3 Circuit
  • Made in Fullerton, California by Fender Electric Instrument Mfg Co
  • Awesome condition and extremely clean! (no tears, burns, etc)
  • Fender vibrato works on BOTH channels and sounds great
  • New footswitches
  • New 12" Jensen P12R speaker code 2201105
  • Original Fender leather handle
  • New electrolytic capacitors under the doghouse as they wear out after 10-15 years (comes with original caps)
  • Original 2-prong power cord
  • New JJ power tubes tubes
  • Pots and jacks have been cleaned and are silent and smooth and work perfectly

Don't miss out on this opportunity to own this awesome Fender amp.  Works just like it did when it was built in 1962 and has the rich tone and mojo only a vintage hand-wired tube amp can provide.  Has been lovingly cared for and updated so it can be reliably played, gigged, enjoyed for another 50+ years.

If you are bidding from outside the continental 48 states or internationally, you MUST contact me prior to bidding.  Your shipping costs will be more then the flat rate and will be calculated per your location.  Thank you!
Vintage items come with NO warranty due to their antique nature and are sold "as is".  Vacuum tubes are quirky.  If your item comes with vintage tubes, many "noises" and issues can be remedied by replacing the tubes.  Besides, you should always have an extra set just in case.  If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, please contact me ASAP to discuss.  Shipping will be the buyer's responsibility and it will need to be shipped back UPS or FedEx insured.  I will charge 15% of the purchase price as a restocking fee.

On Oct-09-11 at 18:56:27 PDT, seller added the following information:

Correction: Amp comes with only ONE foot-switch!  Sorry!

On Oct-09-11 at 19:33:45 PDT, seller added the following information:

Additionally, the stamp on the tube chart is hard to read, but is "LA", which dates it to January of 1962.  VERY EARLY!!

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