WORKING CONDITION: Good - The reverb effect does not output sound, and does not engage with a footswitch. White noise can be heard when turning the reverb knob up. However, all other controls and parameters are working properly. Tonally this amp sounds great as well. Aside from the reverb tank needing to be replaced or a new tube, this amp is currently in good working condition. 

Excellent - Considering that this is a vintage amp, there are signs of wear. A few minor scuffs and abrasions can be seen around the chassis and faceplate of the amp. Some of the metal parts are oxidized as well. Otherwise, everything is solidly built, well-kept, and perfectly intact. Overall, the physical condition is excellent. 


BRAND: Fender

MODEL: Twin Reverb 

FUNCTION: Guitar Combo Amplifier 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This listing is for a 1975 Fender Twin Reverb 2-Channel Guitar Combo Amplifier 


  • Serial #A881525
  • Finish/Color: Black 
  • Weight: 73 lbs 
  • Watts: 85 
  • Ohms: 4
  • Tube Config: 4x Sovtek 6L6WGC, 2x 12AT7, 4x JJ ECC83S 
  • Speaker Size: 12"
  • Speaker Type: Fender Special Design
  • Effects: Bright, Vibrato, Reverb, Speed, Intensity, Bass, Mid, Treble 

ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: This item comes as seen in photos, and does not include any accessories.


UNPACKAGED DIMENSIONS: 26.75" x 20.5" x 10.75"

Listed3 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • Twin Reverb 2-Channel 100-Watt 2x12" Guitar Combo
  • 1975
Speaker Configuration
  • 2x12"
  • Tube
Model Sub-Family
  • Fender Twin Reverb
Model Family
  • Fender Twin
  • Fender Vintage Silverface Amps
Color Family
  • Black
  • Spring Reverb

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North Hollywood, CA, United States
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