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Music Man 210 Sixty Five 2x10" Guitar Amp Combo 1977

Music Man 210 Sixty Five, made in USA mid 1970s. Music Man was a Leo Fender brand, and that guy makes a pretty good amp. This one has been stripped to the natural wood finish and had a tasty wheat grill cloth added, so it looks super fly. It's in good shape under teh hood following a recent service. If you're after a pedal platform: this. It's clean, clear, thick, percussive and sparkly. The two ten inch speakers offer a more punchy, rounded low end, which is really fun. Music, man!

Model: Music Man 210 Sixty Five 
Made: USA, 1977 approx
Type: tube power amp, solid state pre-amp
Serial: BW11181
Output: 65 watts
Power: 240v (Australia/NZ)
Tubes: 2x EL84 output stage, 3 x 12AX7 preamp
Mods: grill cloth replaced, cabinet stripped and finished in gloss varnish
Channels: 2
Weight: 26kg
Accessories: footswitch

Condition notes: All tested and fully functional.
Overall: good condition (7/10)

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ConditionVery Good (Used)
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  • Music Man 210 Sixty Five 2x10" Guitar Amp Combo 1977
  • 1977

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