Vintage Fender Twin Amp 25W 2x12 Tube Combo Restoration 1954


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A rare vintage 1954 Fender Twin-Amp. This is a restoration featuring an original 1954 chassis mated with a fantastic laquered tweed repro cabinet by Vintage Amp Restoration out of St. Louis. The cabinet is loaded with period-correct Jensen P12Q speakers dating to 1960.

Circuit-wise, the amp retains its original Triad transformers and most of the original resistors and potentiometers. All but four of the capacitors were old and unoriginal when we took this amp in, so we chose to replace these with quality modern components. F&T electrolytics were used in the power suplly, and Mallory 150 film capacitors were used in the signal path.

Sound-wise the amp features a killer clean tone--full of deep, woody overtones from the true-to-original pine cabinet. In overdrive, it features a warm, saturated tone that lends itself well to single-note leads. It will make an incredible amp for blues or roots-rock. This vintage amplifier has been cleaned and serviced. It is fully functional and sound awesome.

-Serial #: 0325
-Manufacture Date: mid 1954
-Circuit: 5C8/5D8 transitional
-Power Output: approximately 25 Watts
-Tubes: 5U4, 6L6 (2), 12AX7, 12AY7 (3)
-Controls: Mic Vol, Inst Vol, Treble, Bass
-Dimensions: 26.5'' x 20'' x 10.5''
-Weight: 46 lbs

Cosmetics (see phtotos)
-reproduction cabinet by Vintage Amp Restoration
-laquered tweed covering
-reproduction "Victoria Luggage" amp cover

-period correct speakers: 12" Jensen P12Q ca. 1960
-original transformers
-many replaced resistors and caps
-one replacement potentiometer
-replacement grounded power cord

Why We Love Fender

It's hard to find a name more synonymous with guitars than Fender. Ever since Leo Fender burst onto the scene with his now-iconic Telecaster, Fender guitars have found homes in the hands of brand new guitar players and seasoned rock stars. When the headstock says Fender, you know you're getting a quality instrument.