Great looking 60s mixer amp with lit up panels on the front. Produces some great distortion with guitar....
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Great looking 60s mixer amp with lit up panels on the front. Produces some great distortion with guitar. Built in spring reverb and an effect send/return (on the rear).
Fully serviced and converted to 240v for UK/EU use.
Once again we use this via the line out as a signal processor. It will also drive speakers although we haven’t tested that out. Compared to some of the other vintage mixers we sell it doesn’t work as well with a very hot signal so it’s maybe not as much use for crunching up drum machines, but our guitarist tech who did the service was very taken with the sound he got out of it with guitar.
In good vintage condition. There are a few noticeable scratches on the face plate and some oxidation to the metal parts of the unit, but nothing major. See the photos for more information about the controls and please ask if you have any questions.
For sales in UK/EU the price will include VAT. VAT-free sales are possible to businesses and individuals in the EU (outside the UK) with a valid VAT Number – please get in touch if you wish to buy this way.
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