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Hey Gang, When it rain, it frickin' pours! Ok, here's the deal. A super good friend of mine dug this out of his stash the was 25 deep with amps. It was a originally Tweed of course, but we all know the early-mid-60's amp thing! Tweeds and blonds were going black! My buddy knew all the old Fender posse from the Fullerton days. Well, he had Sam recover in the early black levant. You can tell Sam's work a mile away! So what happened, when I went to pick the amp up all he had for and upper back panel was an early white ill fitting panel. Thus, the name Tuxedo Black! Now everybody is ordering them that away. JB has a front line of them! Back to the amp. Just service by the only tech sloth of L.A. Look at the code number. The only true Twin that rules the stage! You will not hear a better Twin. If you're in the area and are a serious dude or dudette feel free to come in and try and blow it up! Won't happen. She's bomb proof!  

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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
Brand
Model
  • Twin 5F8-A Narrow Panel Big Box 80-Watt 2x12" Guitar Combo
Categories
Year
  • 1953
Made In
  • United States
Series
  • Fender Vintage Tweed Amps
Model Sub-Family
  • Fender Twin Amp
Speaker Configuration
  • 2x12"
Electronics
  • Tube
Model Family
  • Fender Twin
Reverb
  • None
Color Family
  • Yellow

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