Fender Bassman 5F6 1957 | Reverb
While the original Bassman combo of 1952 was intended to accompany Fender's new electronic basses, it didn't take long for rock and blues guitarist to embrace the raw tube power of the line. In 1954, the Bassman was upgraded from a 1x15 to a 4x10-inch combo. The early era of Fender Bassman amps laid the groundwork for virtually all rock combos to follow, so much so that it was the 4x10 Bassman that inspired the very first Marshall-branded amp in 1962. Starting in mid-1957, this map had four…
Fender Champ 5F1 1962 | Reverb
The Fender Champ evolved out of the Champion 600 and 800 which launched in the late '40s. Originally, the Champ was a tweed-covered 4 watt amp with a 6-inch speaker. All of these details would evolved during its production run, with a switch to a black cover coming in 1964. Years of Production: 1953 - 1982Features: 5-watts, 8-inch speaker, two inputs, volume control
1957 FENDER TWEED CHAMP 5F1 - Vintage guitar valve amplifier for sale
One of the great recording amps of all time: it sounds fantastic and has tone for days: a great 'crunch' amp, and its in great condition.
Fender Bassman 1964 Blonde | Travis's Gear Emporium | Reverb
1964 Bassman!! One of Fender's finest amps and certainly the most used and favored amp by The Beatles. They used one from 1965 until 1970 when they split-up. That amp is in the possession of the Harrison Estate. This is what is referred to as a "transition model" as it has the Black control panel but still with the white knobs & Presence control.I bought this amp from Don Butler/Toneman, Inc in 2016. He bought it from Elliot Easton around 2007. There is a document stating that signed…