1962 White Amplifier - (Fender 5F2 Princeton)
For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 1962 White Amplifier.
This 1962 White amplifier is built like a tank and sounds phenomenal. The amp has two 12AX7 tubes, one 6V6GT tube, and one 5Y3GT tube. It sounds very similar to a Princeton. Has simple controls with just a tone knob and volume knob. The tone has a nice sweep to it and can be used to dial in your perfect tone.
The White brand of amplifiers were produced from 1957 to 1962 as an offshoot of the larger Fender Brand. It was called White because of Leo Fender's long-standing partner, Forrest White. These White amps were largely popular with students and they also produced White steels in the same period which were also popular due the price point. This model is the same diagram as a 5F2 Fender Princeton, but it is in a different chassis. It features gray tolex covering, blue grill, and an original blue leather handle.
It has all original parts including the speaker and caps. This amp has been tested and is in perfect working order. It is a less common brand from the early 60's, so please let us know if you have questions. We're to answer them.
Serial Number: AS00719
Condition: Excellent (excellent considering its age!)
Photos are of the actual amplifier and are not stock photos.
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