1965 Fender Twin Reverb
For your consideration is this Fender 1965 Twin Reverb.
In the early 1960s Reverb was a state of the art effect and the addition of it added greatly to the sounds guitarists were able to make. Heavy reverb infused tone characterized popular music of the day and a whole genre was born riding the reverb wave. In 1963 Fender redesigned its amplifier line and created a series of combo amp that all featured reverb and tremolo. At the top of the pile was the Twin Reverb and with its (4) 6L6 power tubes it had enough power to amplify almost any venue.
The Twin Reverb is regarded as the cleanest amp in the Fender line, making it one of the amps with the most clean head room available. This 1965 Twin is from the prime of the Black Face Era. This amp can get really loud, without breaking up, and the original speakers give it that tone that is desired by many of todays guitar players
This example, a 1965, is in clean condition and has the addition of casters which make for easier transport. All original save for a recent capacitor job and new tubes, this amp is ready to provide good clean fun (and tone) for another 50 years.