1960 GIBSON MAESTRO GA-45T 4X8 COMBO

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1960 GIBSON MAESTRO GA-45T GUITAR/ACCORDION/HARP AMP 4X8

Made by Gibson, the Maestro range of amplifiers encompassed four Models designed for accordion as well as guitar. Made in 1960 the GA-45T features a 14-16 watt output with a valve compliment of 2_5879, 6SQ7, 12AX7, 2x6V6 and 5Y3 rectifier. 2 channels with High and Lo inputs per channel, separate Volume, treble and Bass control. Tremolo with depth and speed control. 4_8_ Jensen speakers dating to the 14th week of 1960. Highly prized by harp and guitar players alike, its unusual speaker configuration and 15W output leads to the GA-45T being nicknamed the Mini-Bassman.

HAS ORIGINAL GOLD ANICO JENSEN 8 INCH SPEAKERS AND THE ORIGINAL SLIP COVER!

THIS AMP IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND SOUNDS INCREDIBLE! IT SOUNDS LIKE THE ROLLING STONES ARE INSIDE THIS AMP!  

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Listed6 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
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