CARR Mercury V Combo Mint **Price lowered till the end of Weekend**

Dools1966

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I'm looking to generate some funds for a new purchase. I'm looking to move this quick so, like that saying goes.... "My Loss is your....." Believe me when I say this amp is New!!!

*****I'll let this amp go for $2350 FIRM but only till end of the weekend*****

Brand New Mercury V Combo. Very little use. I bought on impulse during pandemic from Music Emporium up in Lexington, MA
I played it maybe a dozen times. Amp is New! Brown "Cowboy" Tolex, Creamback Celestion Speaker
Comes with original box and paperwork.

This is a BEAUTIFUL Amp!!!! I just don't want to take it out with the band.

******I AM NOT LOOKING FOR ANY TRADES PLEASE!!!!******

I used to go under the name Dools here on MLP. For some reason I can't use that Member name at the moment. So, please feel comfortable in dealing with me. I am honest and anybody that knows me, knows I'm Legit.

LOOKING TO GET $2600 PLUS SHIPPING IN LOWER 48 OR BEST REASONABLE OFFER

These amps go for $3k if you can find them

This is from Website:
The new Carr Mercury V amplifier is the latest offering from Carr Amplification, and is essentially a higher wattage, British flavored rendition of their stellar Skylark amp. This new version of the much loved Mercury comes with an improved feature set over the previous version that is, to be quite honest, darn well impressive. But let us get to the specifics just a bit later...

This new Mercury V really is a new amp altogether. It only shares the basic concept of the previous Mercury:

  • Medium to Low powered amp
  • Built in Attenuator
  • Reverb
  • Full Feature Set
Other than that, it's changed quite a bit. While the original Mercury was powered by an EL34, it was a single ended amp, meaning it had a lot of the single ended qualities of a Champ type amp. This version is now powered by dual 6V6 Class A power section giving it a more British feel than before, and at 16 watts, more power as well. When the attenuator is engaged, you drop to 4 watts, where you can vary the output from 4 down to 0 watts.

There's also many vintage Marshall vintage things about the new Mercury. It has two volumes volumes, one high (treble) frequency volume, and one lower (darker) frequency volume. There's also a toggle switch that changes the structure of the input signal through the volumes. When it's up, they are running in parallel, so they're working in conjunction with each other going into the amp. If you have a darker guitar you can add more highs here, and vice versa if you have a bright guitar. When the toggle switch is in the down position, the two volumes are running in series where one drives the other to increase the gain. Very nice!

There's also a 3 position boost switch that effects the overall gain of the amp.

  • Position 1: -12 db
  • Position 2: -6 db
  • Position 3: Full Blast
Specifications:

All handwired, true point to point construction
16 Watts (full output) 4 watts down to Zero w/ built in attenuator
Power Tubes: 2x6V6, Preamp Tubes: 4x12AX7
Built-in switchable attenuator 16/4 to 0 watts
Dual Volume controls – Classic Parallel or Modded Series
3 Position Boost switch - British 60s thru 90s tube overdrive
Analysis Plus and Transparent cable
3 Band Tone Stack – Treble, Mid, Bass
Recording/PA Line Out
Celestion Creamback M-65 12” speaker
Custom Carr Transformers
All North Carolina sold yellow pine cabinet w/ dovetailed joints
Tube driven Spring Reverb
Dims & Weight: 21" W by 17" H by 10" D, 41 lbs
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