Now for something completely different!

     You are looking at a guitar amplifier indicator lamp jewel.  I call this the 'red scallop' jewel.  This is made from a vintage plastic jewel and it has a nice 'neon' purplish color with scalloped indentations.  This jewel fits any 'Fender style' lamp assembly with the screw on jewel - these assemblies have also been used on many other amplifier brands over the years - email me with a picture of yours if you are not sure.  Please note that this jewel may require you to either open the amp and loosen and rotate the lamp assembly, or use some 'plumbers pipe tape' - about 4 or 5 layers to be able to get the design to line up and be horizontal or vertical and tight on the assembly (if desired).

     Remember, there are limited quantities of this amplifier jewel. 

     The picture is shown with the jewel lamp only (Fender amp not included).  Your amp should have the assembly already - the original just screws off and this one screws on (if you need the assembly, or the #47 lamp, we have these available in our store).  Larger quantities may be available for amplifier builders, etc.  Also check our store for many other types of unusual jewel lamps, as well as amplifier channel/reverb/trem switchers, A/B boxes and A/B/Y boxes, all with jewel lamps.  Local pickup is available at our Baltimore studio.  Thanks.

Dave Nachodsky
Invisible Sound Studios, Inc

Home of The North American Guitar Amplifier Museum

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  • Guitar amplifier Jewel Lamp Indicator amp jewel. Model 348. For pilot light
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