1972 Fender Twin Reverb - Bias Pot Mod - Needs servicing, please read description.

Original Price$1,000
New Price$750
$250 price drop
Local Pickup Only
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Listed:3 months ago

Great Value

Local Pickup Only
Stuff by Lucas
New York, NY, United States
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In pretty decent condition for its age.

Serial number #A481***

Speakers are fender labeled Gauss PS12 - est 1972

Coveted bias pot mod (allows proper biasing and not just spec bias balance - pictured)


Amp needs to be first taken to a tech for a checkup/repair before playing. I think the last tube socket may have a short. It was heating up way too hard after a few minutes on, so I shut it down and took tube out. Amp played ok before re-tube, but with two tubes in (how it was when I acquired it). Repair scope doesn’t seem serious at all but beyond my personal abilities. Thus lower asking price.

Has all new pre-amp tubes, two pairs of matched power tubes (slightly different from one another, two JJ and Two Mesa Boogie. 

Other notes: Lower back plate has two screws missing. One of the tilt legs is slightly bent but works.

Comes with Fender cover - pictured.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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