Fender Super Amp Model 6G4 - 1961

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Excellent example of this really great Fender Brownface Amp. 40 watts into 2×10 original Jensen P10Q’s. Fender 6G4 circuit (GZ34 valve rectifier) with the same wonderful vibrato circuit as the Concert.

In excellent original and physically very tidy condition – most of the caps, the power cord and one of the speaker cables has been renewed with the correct vintage replacement and there is a bit of chrome deterioration on the amp fixing straps (see photos) . Includes brown (repro) footswitch.

CONDITION: In excellent cosmetic condition, the face is very clean with minimal wear or damage. The case is also great having a few small scuffs but nothing major. Internally this amp is also excellent and clean. Comes fitted with an assortment of valves from different manufacturers. See photos for more information on cosmetic condition and valves.

  • 110v model.
  • A step-down transformer is required in the UK/EU.
  • We do not recommend using cheap generic Chinese mains transformers and can supply a high quality UK-made unit if required.

This amp is part of a superb collection of early British valve amps that we are selling on consignment for a customer. He has been collecting amps for over 30 years and that’s his description above. It will be supplied tested and in good working order.

Note that as they are part of a large collection there may be a delay in shipping if the amp needs minor work before shipping. In the event that this happens we will keep you updated. If you need further information please get in touch.


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