Vintage 1965 Blackface Fender Princeton Reverb 1x10 Tube Combo Amp


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A vintage 1965 Blackface Princeton Reverb amp in very nice cosmetic condition. The Ragin Cajun speaker lends the the amp a bigger bottom end and a pleasant top end that not as in-your-face as you'd expect from a typical Blacface amp. Depending on your settings, it can do anything from crystal clean to full-out crunch. This amp has been cleaned and serviced. It is fully functional and sounds fantastic. Includes original Fender-branded Victoria Luggage Co. slip cover.

-Circuit: Princeton Reverb AA764
-Serial #: A05994
-Manufacture Date: October of 1965
-Controls: Normal: Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, and Intensity
-Dimensions: 20 x 16 x 10
-Weight: 32 lbs
-Includes original Fender slip cover.

-original Tolex (see photos)
-original grill cloth
-original handle

-replacement speaker: 10" Eminence Rajin Cajun
-original transformers
-new replacement filter capacitors
-new replacement bias capacitor
-one replacement power resistor
-replacement grounded power cord
-no footswitch

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