This amp is my personal favorite sounding amp of all time!  It was probably made by the boys or some leftover banner guitar gals in Kalamazoo before Leo finished sanding his first Tele neck and maybe even his first Esquire or Broadcaster! There is one knob and so many tones. Between 1 & 3 it whistles like a clean fender. At 4 the bluesy tones start to arrive. At 7 it gets backed into a corner and starts growling. At 9 & doesn’t get any better! Someone is pretty angry in those 6V6’s! This one has been gone over with a fine toothed comb and made to play and sound great! It’s an amp that is the better part of a hundred years old and blows away the best of the best of today’s amps!

If you are looking for a menacing saturated wall of distortion for choruses....I've never heard anything better.  

The only thing weird about it is that right when you turn it on after not being on for awhile, it makes some crazy noises....then those noises go away and it is pure rip the band aid off bliss.  But I am disclosing that up front....and I couldn't tell you where it ends up.  For serious buyers, I'll be glad to do a facetime to listen to it. 

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
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  • BR-6 2-Input 10-Watt 1x10" Guitar Combo
  • Brown
  • Late 40’s early 50’s
Made In
  • United States
Speaker Configuration
  • 1x10"

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Martin Norton Guitars

Santa Monica, CA, United States
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