Without question the most iconic American-made amps ever were born in the 1950s and early-1960s at the Fender factory. When Fender was bought by the CBS corporation in 1965, several production changes were introduced that made the earlier examples of all Fender products much more desirable for collectors. From the earliest Princeton Tweed, to the much-copied 5E3 Fender Deluxe, Blackface Bandmaster, and Brownface Super, these amps are known for their sparkly cleans and unmistakable tube driven breakup. They fueled the early days of rock and roll with plenty of extra gas and continue to keep tone-hungry players satisfied to this day.


Take a look here for the absolute best selection of vintage Fender amps you'll find anywhere. Some are in pristine, museum-grade condition and others are road-tested warriors with swapped parts and other battle-scars. All have a story to tell and plenty of music left to make.