WTB/LF: Parts/Project '60s Vox, Fender, Marshall, etc. tube amps - esp. Vox AC15/30/50/100

MasterEvan07

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Looking for something I can rebuild, mostly - the for-parts and non-functional amps and/or chassis that collect dust but never quite make it to your "to-do" pile.
 

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I cought this bug sometime ago....I wound up building a bunch of kit amps ....never found an older chassis ..

you can get parts from valvestorm
 

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I cought this bug sometime ago....I wound up building a bunch of kit amps ....never found an older chassis ..

you can get parts from valvestorm

Aw, man! I've rebuilt a completey gutted '67 DR and a '81 DR, a blown out '69 Pro Reverb, several AC30TBXs, many Tweeds, a JTM45. Finding chassis or blown out old amps and reviving them is the best :)
 

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It is a cool thing...

I let a Fender Twin slip through my fingers at a guitar show a few years ago...It was just a chassis, he was asking more than I had....then I seen go out the door with some who had more than me....I havent seen a messed up amp since...
 

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Hope you find something cool to revive! I scratched my vintage Vox itch by having an AC10SRT circuit built starting with a Hammond organ amp donor. Built the cabinet out of 500 year old redwood, absolutely love this amp.

Vox.jpg
 
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Hope you find something cool to revive! I scratched my vintage Vox itch by having an AC10SRT circuit built starting with a Hammond organ amp donor. Built the cabinet out of 500 year old redwood, absolutely love this amp.

Vox.jpg

Whoa, cool! I've found lots of good stuff so far, definitely looking forward to finding more - thanks! :)
 

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