FBT Junior 200 Italian Vintage Guitar amplifier Never used early 1960s
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Sunn Concert Lead - Vintage amp
This is the amplifier that the Who and Kiss made famous! This is 150 Watts of great sounding raw power. It has great clean sounds and my effects pedals sounded great with either the reverb or distortion channel. I have done recordings in studios and played at clubs and this amp does it all!
Front Panel - This classic amp has two channels and four inputs. Each channel has a brite and a normal ¼ inch jack input. One channel has distortion and the other has reverb. Each channel also has a treble boost switch. Each channel has a separate volume, bass, mid and treble controls.
Back Panel - On the back is a ground polarity switch, circuit breaker and a standard 120V plug. It has two (2) speaker out ¼ inch jacks, a preamp out, a power amp in, left and right distortion and reverb footswitch.
Extras - If you buy this amplifier I will throw in the pictured footswitch, which works fine and is a rare find with these systems.
Background - I am the second owner of this amplifier. I bought it in the mid 1980’s and it has served me flawlessly ever since. The only work I have had done to it is I had an authorized dealer replace two of the input jacks because they were noisy. This head weighs less than 30 pounds so it is easy to haul around with the provided handle.
Condition- This amplifier is in very good condition with no known performance problems. Some of the chrome shows a little rust if you look close and it is missing a screw cover on the handle on top. There are also a few cracks in the covering of the handle but it is still good and solid.
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