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1972 .Fender Princeton Reverb Amp

Princeton Reverb Amp
Case:
N/A
Color:
Black
Condition:
Excellent
Price:
$1,395.00
Description:
** NEW ARRIVAL ** We used to have this car lot over on South Cobb Drive called "Big Boy's Toys" and they specialized in selling sports and muscle cars. They actually sold a lot of Corvettes and even had a Stingray hull up on a big, metal pole in the front by the road. So as that place pertains to this amp, I'll quickly explain...

Imagine rolling into Big Boy's Toys, looking for a split-window, '63 Corvette. You ask the guy if he has one and he shakes his head. "Can't keep those around very long, even on the rare event that we can find one for sale." I know you might be disappointed at first until the guy says, "I do have a really cherry, '69 Stingray in the back showroom. Why don't we take a look at it?" and you both head through the squeaky, wooden door that leads to the back.

There it sits in a beautiful Cortez Silver and as you go over the car, it doesn't take long for the yearning you had for the '63 to fade. You take it for a test drive and are hooked- that car is going home with you, mad wife or not. It simply had to be done. And, you're not sorry for buying the car, either.

Well, this silver faced, little '72 tone box is just like that Stingray. It may not be a split-window '63, but it's still a Princeton Reverb and it sounds great. Forget about the condition- you already know how we do things here in 'Elkland, so I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. Early 70's amps are so overlooked and for being 45-years-old, this gem can be considered as in the kind of condition that passes the mustard on any given day. While "Big Boy's Toys" has long been gone, we're still here serving up the finest to be found. Maybe I should put one of these amps on a pole in front of the house. I'm sure the neighbors will love that...

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