Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Sunday, January 26th, 2020
Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

Ultra Rare Vintage Deforest-sanabria Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier Unique -look

A DESCRIPTION OF THIS AMPLIFIER IS PROVIDED AFTER THE PHOTOS. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE DESCRIPTION. Ive never seen another one like it anywhere (including on the Internet). It may, in fact, be one-of-a-kind and is historically significant as will be discussed further below. Please read the following Description carefully as it contains useful and very interesting historical information regarding this amplifier. DETAILED INFORMATION INVOLVING THE AMPLIFIER. According to my research and information on the amplifier that was with it when I bought it, this amplifier was made by a company known as the DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION American Television, Inc. DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION was an interesting and unusual joint operation involving two of the worlds greatest television and electronic inventors/engineers: Lee Deforest and Ulises Sanabria. To read more about them and their activities including the above-listed corporations, do a Google search for Sanabria TV, Deforest Sanabria Corporation, and Deforest Console. DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION was not the same entity as Deforest-Crosley which was a Canadian company that is totally unrelated and did not involve the historic collaboration between Lee Deforest and Ulises Sanabria. Evidently, Lee Deforest and Ulises Sanabria started out by working together in connection with an electronics school American Television, Inc. Which trained thousands of electrical technicians, many of which participated in WWII in the electronics field (supposedly, around 2000 of their students were recruited by the army in WWII). Instead, it simply involves information that I have obtained on the Internet and elsewhere. I also read that only a very few models were produced by the DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION and that they went out of business in around 1961. Again, for more information involving Lee Deforest and Ulises Sanabria which were true pioneers in the electronics field, feel free to check out the information available on-line using the above-listed search terms on Google. I was not able to find any detailed information on-line regarding stereo amplifiers made by the DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION. Again, only a handful of TV set models were made by this company as mentioned above. Also, check out the photo of the tubes which came with the amplifier when I bought it that have the DEFOREST-SANABRIA name on them. This amplifier may have been part of a TV/Stereo console made by the company or may have been a stand-alone stereo unit (I dont know anything about the origin or history of the amplifier). Both amplifiers clearly look like they were made by the same company (DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION). Nonetheless, there appears to be more similarities than differences between both amplifiers and I believe that they were both made by the DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION although, again, I cant be sure of the correctness of any of the information presented in this listing as previously noted. Regarding the amplifier chassis, it is a kind of bronze/copper color as the photos show. Ive seen a few pictures on-line of TV sets made by the DEFOREST-SANABRIA COPORATION and the ones that I saw also used chassis units that are the same bronze/copper color. The chassis looks decent in my view for its age but, as the photos show, does have some discolored areas, scuffs, scratches, bends, scrapes, marks, stains, dings, dents, rough spots, etc. On it from age, use, etc. However, it is an interesting-looking chassis in my view and check out all of the various pictures of it that I have provided. Located on the top surface of the amplifier is a large and heavy power transformer, and 2 output transformers (with both of the output transformers having the same code numbers on them as will be discussed further below). The output transformers are very large for a chassis like this (twice as large as those used by Magnavox tube amplifiers from the same time period with similar tube-lineups). The output transformers are secured to the chassis using screws and, in addition, are soldered in place which is interesting. Located on the front side face of the amplifier chassis are: (1) two small jacks which are both secured in place using rivets; (2) an assembly of some sort with has two large prongs (secured in place using rivets); and (3) a round 4-hole socket. Located on the rear side face of the amplifier chassis are: (1) a round 3-hole socket (secured in place by rivets); and (2) two square 2-hole sockets (secured in place by rivets). I know nothing about these jacks, prong assembly, and sockets, and I also do not know if they work, how they work, what they are supposed to do, if they are correct, if they are functional, if they are original, etc. There is no on/off switch or other controls on this amplifier. Likewise, there is no power cord/plug provided with this amplifier. Furthermore, there are some additional holes and openings on the top surface of the amplifier chassis, the function of which I do not know (I also dont know if they are original or not). In addition, there are no side panels on the amplifier chassis and the chassis is open on the sides as the photos show. Regarding the tubes which are included with the amplifier (and came with it when I bought it), they are as follows: (A) 6V6GT; (B) 6V6GT; (C) 6V6GT; (D) 6V6GT; (E) 12AU7; and (F) 12AU7. I did not test these tubes and I therefore do not know if they are good or not. Likewise, I dont know if these tubes are the correct ones for this amplifier and I will therefore leave an assessment of all issues involving the tubes, if they are correct, if they are good, etc. It should be noted that the other DEFOREST-SANABRIA amplifier mentioned above also evidently used the same tube line-up. One very interesting item is that all of the tubes except for one of the 6V6 tubes have the DEFOREST-SANABRIA name on them. See the photos of these tubes that I have provided. This name is on the base of three of the 6V6 tubes (the remaining 6V6 has nothing on its base). Also, one of the 6V6 tubes has part of the DEFOREST-SANABRIA name rubbed off but most of it is there. The 12AU7 tubes also appear to have this name on them, with various portions of it being rubbed off on both tubes (especially on one of these tubes where only a fraction of it is readable). As stated above, I dont know if these are the correct tubes for this amplifier and whether or not these tubes are in the correct sockets in the photos. I also dont know if these tubes are good or not since I have not tested them. I also did not check the tube sockets and I likewise cannot warrant or guarantee that they are good, original, and operational. However, it should be noted that all of the tube sockets are secured to the chassis using rivets and not screws. Accordingly, I will again leave all of the issues with the tubes whether the tubes are good, whether the sockets are good, what sockets the tubes should be in, whether these tubes are correct for this amplifier, etc. Also, I have no idea if the wiring in the amplifier is correct or good and I dont know anything about the transformers used by the amplifier if they are correct, original, good, etc. Regarding the electronic components used by the amplifier, I have provided an underside view of the amplifier in the photos which shows various components, wires, etc. There is also a small transformer underneath the chassis which is shown in the photo. However, regarding all 4 of the transformers used by the amplifier (the two output transformers, the power transformer, and the transformer underneath the chassis), it is very interesting to note that all of these transformers have XF printed on them, following by various other numbers/letters. For example, both of the output transformers have XF402 printed on them. The power transformer has XF431-AD on it (and 883246), and the transformer underneath the chassis has XF400 on it (and 1038240). However, the fact that XF is directly on all of these transformers might signify that they have something in common although I dont know if this is correct or not. Finally, I dont know if anything any parts, components, etc. Have been added to this amplifier or not including the power transformer and the other parts/components/transformers, etc. Some of the parts beneath the chassis look newer than other parts in my view but I dont really know if this is correct or not and if anything has been added, updated, modified, etc. In connection with this amplifier. I did notice that at least one of the wires from the transformer are covered with electrical tape and not connected to anything. Likewise, there is a fuse mounted in a fuse-holder beneath the chassis. I did not test this fuse or remove this fuse and I dont know if it is good, original, the correct one for this amplifier, if it is wired correctly, etc. Accordingly, I know nothing about this amplifiers history of repairs, modifications, additions, substitutions, etc. (if any) and I will leave an overview of all of these items including the fuse, transformers, etc. Please check out the detailed view of the underside of the amplifier chassis which I have provided. In summary and in my opinion based on my research as discussed above, this amplifier is extremely rare and may, in fact, but one-of-a-kind or a sole survivor. Likewise, it appears to be of important historical significance and evidently was the result of a joint effort by two very famous pioneer inventors in the electronics field, namely, Lee Deforest and Ulises Sanabria. I believe that it would make a wonderful addition to any vintage amplifier collection and a really special item to own! I have not done anything to this amplifier and all of its parts, transformers, wires, electronic components, tubes, sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, prong assembly, fuse, and all of its other components and I know nothing about their condition. The above-described amplifier may have been worked on, repaired, had parts replaced/repaired, had parts added, and/or been modified by someone else in the past, but I dont know whether this is true or not. In this regard, I have done nothing to this amplifier and I have not inspected it internally or externally. However, I do not know how much work, parts, wires, wiring work/replacement, repairs, rewiring, upgrading, power transformer(s), output transformer(s), electronic components, power cord/plug, additional parts, tubes, jacks, sockets, resistors, capacitors, fuse(s), etc. Likewise, I dont know if any or all of the historical information listed above involving the DEFOREST-SANABRIA CORPORATION is correct or not and, in this regard, I cannot guarantee that it is accurate and complete. This amplifier is very heavy. While I will pack this item very securely, some of the wires, components, parts, capacitors, resistors, sockets, transformers, jacks, prongs used by the prong assembly, resistors, capacitors, fuse, etc. However, I will do my best to try and prevent these situations by very carefully packing this amplifier although I cannot guarantee that they wont happen. Please make a note of this. Furthermore, all of the tubes, tube sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, transformers, sockets, prong assembly, fuse, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts need to be checked out by an electronic expert to see if the tubes are good, if the tubes are the correct ones, if the tubes are in the correct sockets, if the fuse is good, if the fuse is the correct one for this amplifier, and if all of the tubes, tube sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, transformers, sockets, prong assembly, fuse, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts are good and operational before the amplifier is powered-up, tested, used, worked on, modified, connected to any other equipment, connected to a power source/supply, supplied with a power cord/plug, upgraded, operated connected to any speakers, etc. Likewise, I have no idea whether everything is original or not in the above-listed equipment and I therefore cannot make any warranties regarding originality. In this regard, I do not know if any of the parts, power transformer, output transformers, capacitors, resistors, jacks, sockets, prong assembly, fuse, and all of the other components used in the amplifier are original or if they have been replaced and/or added at some time in the past. I also do not warrant that this amplifier is complete and I do not know if there are any missing or incorrect parts/components, etc. The item “ULTRA RARE VINTAGE DEFOREST-SANABRIA STEREO TUBE AMP AMPLIFIER UNIQUE -LOOK” is in sale since Tuesday, January 21, 2020. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “jaymalkin” and is located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.

Rare & Beautiful Vintage Packard Bell El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier (unique!)

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019
Rare & Beautiful Vintage Packard Bell El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier (unique!)

It is truly one-of-a-kind as the photos show and is very attractive and unusual-looking. Ive never seen another one like it! He really made this amplifier into a beautiful piece of equipment with its distinctive red paint and trim-pieces, as well as its silver-colored, cone-shaped centerpiece. The amplifier is very clean, too. DETAILED INFORMATION INVOLVING THE AMPLIFIER. As the photos show, the amplifier has a very distinctive, interesting, and one-of-a-kind appearance and isreally beautiful in my opinion. It would make a wonderful addition to any vintage amplifier collection and please check out all of the photos that I have provided. This is one of the best looking tube amplifiers that I have ever seen! I dont know what the model number of this amplifier is although, when I bought it, there was a small piece of paper with it which said that it was a Model DPA 30-3. This would seem to agree with what I have seen on the Internet regarding this amplifier. I was also told at the estate sale that this amplifier came out of a very large and expensive Packard-Bell stereo console unit. As mentioned above, this amplifier has a really unique and cool-looking appearance. It is also very clean. Check out the bright red-painted transformer and the red/silver trim-pieces decorative trim pieces along with the silver-colored, cone-shaped centerpiece at the front of the amplifier! Ive never come across an amplifier that looks as cool as this one does and, in my view, its former owner did a wonderful job in giving the amplifier a very unique appearance. The amplifier does have some discolored areas (rust spots), scuffs, scratches, bends, scrapes, marks, stains, dings, dents, rough spots, etc. On it from age, use, etc. However, many or most of these items are too small to be picked up by the camera in the photos. It is a very distinctive and nice-looking amplifier in my view and please check out the photos for a variety of different views of this amplifier. Located on the top surface of the amplifier is a pair of jacks, the main red-painted power transformer, and 2 output transformers (with both of the output transformers having the same code numbers on them). There is also a large black plastic socket on the top surface of the amplifier. From what Ive seen on the Internet, this socket was used to connect the amplifier to other electronic components used in the stereo console from which the amplifier came. I know nothing about these jacks and socket, and I also do not know if they work, how they work, what they are supposed to do, if they are correct, if they are functional, if they are original, etc. There is no on/off switch or other controls on this amplifier. I also do not know if the power cord/plug is original or not. There is also a really cool-looking red/black painted plastic name-plate on the top surface of the amplifier which says PACKARD BELL ELECTRONICS on it along with a PB logo. This name-plate is really interesting-looking! It does have some paint chipping here and there and it is somewhat warped. In addition, I dont know how it is affixed to the chassis (possibly using some kind of adhesive but I dont really know). In any event, however, the name-plate is really nice-looking in my view and check it out in the photos that I have provided. As mentioned above, the main transformer is painted a really cool and bright-looking red color. The front of the transformer has 2 decorative trim-pieces made of what appears to be wood which has been painted red and silver. Likewise, there is a plastic silver-colored, cone-shaped centerpiece between the two decorative trim-pieces at the front of the amplifier. There are some scratches, scuffs, scrapes, etc. On the transformer, trim-pieces, and centerpiece but, in my view, I think that they look great! In combination, they give the amplifier a very cool appearance and Ive never seen another amplifier like it. I dont know how the trim-pieces and centerpiece are attached to the amplifier chassis (possibly using some kind of adhesive but I dont really know). They do look really cool in my view and I think that the former owner of the amplifier did a great job with them. On the right side of the amplifier, there are 2 more jacks, an outlet, and two more sockets. I know nothing about these jacks, outlet, and sockets, and I also do not know if they work, how they work, what they are supposed to do, if they are correct, if they are functional, if they are original, etc. Regarding the tubes which are included with the amplifier (and came with it when I bought it), they are all Packard-Bell brand tubes and it is quite unusual in my view to have all tubes with the same brand on them that is on the amplifier. The tubes are as follows: (A) 6BQ5 (EL84); (B) 6BQ5 (EL84); (C) 6BQ5 (EL84); (D) 6BQ5 (EL84); (E) 7025; (F) 7025; and (G) 5U4GB. I did not test these tubes and I therefore do not know if they are good or not. Likewise, the graphics are smudged/missing/faint on one or more of the tubes. However, I dont know if these are the correct tubes for this amplifier and whether or not these tubes are in the correct sockets in the photos. I also did not check the tube sockets and I likewise cannot warrant or guarantee that they are good, original, and operational. Accordingly, I will again leave all of the issues with the tubes whether the tubes are good, whether the sockets are good, what sockets the tubes should be in, etc. Also, I have no idea if the wiring in the amplifier is correct or good and I dont know anything about the transformers used by the amplifier if they are correct, original, good, etc. Regarding the electronic components used by the amplifier, I have provided an underside view of the amplifier in the photos which shows various components, wires, etc. In summary, this amplifier is, in my view, really great-looking, clean, impressive, and has a very distinctive retro appearance. It is really unique, beautiful, and one-of-a-kind in my opinion. It is one of the coolest-looking tube amplifiers that I have ever seen. I believe that it would make a wonderful addition to any vintage amplifier collection and a really fun item to own! I have not done anything to this amplifier and all of its parts, transformers, wires, electronic components, tubes, sockets, power cord/plug, capacitors, resistors, jacks, outlet, and all of its other components and I know nothing about their condition. The above-described amplifier may have been worked on, repaired, had parts replaced/repaired, and/or been modified by someone else in the past, but I dont know whether this is true or not. In this regard, I have done nothing to this amplifier and I have not inspected it internally or externally. However, I do not know how much work, parts, wires, wiring work/replacement, repairs, rewiring, upgrading, power transformer(s), output transformer(s), electronic components, power cord/plug replacement, additional parts, tubes, jacks, sockets, outlets, resistors, capacitors, etc. This amplifier is quite heavy. While I will pack this item very securely, some of the wires, components, parts, capacitors, resistors, sockets, transformers, jacks, power cord/plug, name-plate, outlet, resistors, capacitors, etc. Furthermore, some of the paint, silver color, etc. However, I will do my best to try and prevent these situations by very carefully packing this amplifier although I cannot guarantee that they wont happen. Please make a note of this. Furthermore, all of the tubes, tube sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, transformers, power cord/plug, sockets, outlet, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts need to be checked out by an electronic expert to see if the tubes are good, if the tubes are the correct ones, if the tubes are in the correct sockets, and if all of the tubes, tube sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, transformers, power cord/plug, sockets, outlet, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts are good and operational before the amplifier is powered-up, tested, used, worked on, modified, connected to any other equipment, connected to a power source/supply, upgraded, connected to any speakers, etc. Likewise, I have no idea whether everything is original or not in the above-listed equipment and I therefore cannot make any warranties regarding originality. In this regard, I do not know if any of the parts, power transformer, output transformers, capacitors, resistors, jacks, sockets, outlet, and all of the other components used in the amplifier are original or if they have been replaced at some time in the past. I also do not warrant that this amplifier is complete and I do not know if there are any missing or incorrect parts/components, etc. The item “RARE & BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE PACKARD BELL EL84 STEREO TUBE AMP AMPLIFIER (UNIQUE!)” is in sale since Sunday, October 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “jaymalkin” and is located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.

Rare, Beautiful, & Unusual Vintage Rheem Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier (unique!)

Wednesday, July 10th, 2019
Rare, Beautiful, & Unusual Vintage Rheem Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier (unique!)

Yes, the same Rheem that makes air conditioners! I’ll bet you didn’t know that they made tube amplifiers at one time! I was told at the sale that it came out of a very large and expensive stereo tape recorder unit. The amplifier has a unique, impressive, and distinctive appearance and is very clean-looking. It would make a great addition to any vintage tube amplifier. Please check out this description very carefully which provides many details about this very unusual amplifier. Also, I have provided many large pictures. DESCRIPTION OF THE AMPLIFIER. As the photos show, this amplifier has a very impressive look to it, is very clean, and looks quite unique. Please check out all of the photos that I have provided. The amplifier chassis including the power transformer, output transformers, and other components, etc. Does have some discolored areas/spots on it, as well as some scuffs, scratches, bends, scrapes, stains, dings, dents, etc. However, most of these items are too small to be picked up by the camera and, in my opinion, this amplifier looks really good for its age especially for an amplifier that is 50+ years old! And Ive tried to show the amplifier from all views and angles so that you can see it (including some close-up photos). It also has a very retro and interesting industrial look to it. On the front of the amplifier, there are a number of items. First, there are two pairs of silver-colored metal knobs on the front, with each pair involving a larger outer metal knob and an small inner metal knob on top of the outer metal knob. There are also 2 meters labelled VU which are very interesting looking. There is also a white slide switch, as well as 3 jacks and a toggle switch. I do not know what these knobs, meters, jacks, slide switch, and toggle switch do, if they are correct, if they are functional/operational, if they are original, and if they are good or not. On the top surface of the amplifier chassis, there are a number of items which all have various numbers, letters, and words associated with them that are stamped directly into the metal surface of the chassis. For example, there is an outlet which is labeled MOTOR (117 V). There are also 2 pairs of jacks, with one of these pairs being labeled RIGHT CHANNEL and the other pair being labeled LEFT CHANNEL. One of the jacks in each pair is labeled E and the other jack is labeled R/P. There is also a shaft sticking up from the amplifier chassis, the function of which I do not know. I do not know what any of these jacks, outlet, and shaft do, if they are correct, if they are functional/operational, if they are original, and if they are good or not. Regarding the tube sockets (there are a total of 5 sockets), 2 of them have 12AT7/ECC81 next to them, 2 of them have 6BM8/ECL82 next to them, and 1 of the sockets has 6CA4/EZ81 next to it. Regarding the tubes which are included with the amplifier (and came with it when I bought it), they are as follows (see the photo of the tubes): (A) 6BM8 (B) 6BM8; (C) 6CA4; (D) 12AT7; and (E) 12AT7. Likewise, the graphics are smudged/missing/faint on one or more of the tubes. Regarding all of the tubes listed above, I did not test them and I therefore do not know if they are good or not. I did check all of the tube filaments with a continuity tester and continuity was present in all of the tubes. In addition, I did not check the tube sockets and I likewise cannot warrant or guarantee that the sockets are good, original, functional and operational. There is a black metal plate which is secured to the rear of the amplifier and covers both the rear and bottom of the amplifier chassis as shown in the photos. There are a number of graphics, etc. On the plate which identify various items as discussed further below. The plate has some scratches, scrapes, dents, dings, scuffs, bends, etc. On it but, as the photos show, it in appears to be in very good condition in my view. Likewise the graphics on the plate are clear and also appear to be in nice condition in my opinion. Please check out the close-up photos of this plate which show the various elements, graphics, etc. Although I dont know if this is correct or not, it appears that at least 2 extra holes were drilled in both the plate and the rear of the amplifier chassis by the amplifiers former owner in order to be able to secure the plate to the amplifier using screws and nuts. Likewise, when the amplifier is lifted up, the plate doesn’t totally contact the front bottom edge of the amplifier but, when the amplifier is put down, the plate contacts some, most, or all of the front edge of the amplifier depending on the type of surface on which the amplifier is placed (see the photos of the front of the amplifier for more information). Furthermore, the plate is attached to the amplifier only in the rear using the above-mentioned screws and nuts, and is not attached at the front of the amplifier. As mentioned above, the rear of the amplifier includes a number of items which are identified by the various graphics on the above-described metal plate as shown in the photos. First, there is a socket labeled AC POWER. Next, there are two small holes which evidently provide access to controls inside the chassis. One hole says RIGHT HUM ADJUSTMENT and the other hole says LEFT HUM ADJUSTMENT. There is a 2-position slide-switch which is labelled EXTERNAL SPEAKERS, with the left position having OFF next to it and the right position having ON next to it. Beneath this switch are two jacks labelled EXTERNAL SPEAKERS (the left jack having RIGHT below it and the right jack having LEFT below it). There is a another pair of jacks which are labeled PREAMP OUTPUTS, with one of the jacks having R next to it and the other jack having L next to it. Furthermore, there are 2 additional pairs of jacks. The first pair is labelled EXTERNAL AMPLIFIER OUTPUTS (PREAMP OUTPUTS), with the second pair being labelled PHONO OR RADIO INPUTS (FM MPX INPUTS). Each of these pairs of jacks has one jack which is labelled R and the another jack that is labelled L. I do not know what these jacks, switch, socket, and controls do, if they are correct, if they are functional/operational, if they are original, and if they are good or not. I have provided an underside view of the amplifier so that you can see its wires, components, parts, etc. As discussed later in this description, I have no idea if this amplifier is complete, if it works, if it has been worked on by someone else in the past, if some or all of its parts have been changed, if it has all of the correct and original parts, if it has been modified, etc. Please also note that this amplifier does not have any side panels or plates and, likewise, does not have any top cover or cage. In addition, the chassis includes a fuse and a light bulb which are located under the chassis. I did not remove the fuse and bulb, did not test them, and I dont know if they (along with their respective sockets/holders), are good, if they are the correct ones for this amplifier, if they are functional, if they are original, etc. Using a continuity tester, I did check for continuity across the terminals of the fuse holder which contains the fuse and also checked for continuity across the terminals associated with the socket which contains the bulb. Continuity was present in both cases. Likewise, there are 4 felt-type pads on the bottom of the metal plate to which the amplifier is attached. The pads cover various holes in the bottom of the plate and appear to have been applied by the former owner of the amplifier but I don’t know whether this is true or not and I don’t know anything more about the pads and their origin, function, etc. In summary, this amplifier is very impressive and interesting-looking. Likewise, it is very clean and has a distinctive appearance. Ive never seen another one like it! It would be a wonderful addition to any vintage amplifier collection. I have not done anything to this amplifier and all of its parts, transformers, wires, meters, outlet, electronic components, tubes, sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, controls, switches, bulb, fuse, fuse holder, and all of its other components and I know nothing about their condition. The above-described amplifier may have been worked on, repaired, and/or modified by someone else in the past, but I dont know whether this is true or not. In this regard, I have done nothing to this amplifier and I have not inspected it internally or externally. However, I do not know how much work, parts, wires, wiring work/replacement, repairs, rewiring, power transformer(s), output transformer(s), electronic components, a power cord/plug, outlet(s), meter repairs/replacement, controls, tubes, jacks, sockets, switches, resistors, capacitors, bulb, fuse, fuse holder, and other components, etc. It is quite heavy. While I will pack this item very securely, some of the wires, components, parts, sockets, transformers, jacks, switches, controls, sockets, bulb, fuse, fuse holder, outlet, resistors, capacitors, meters (and/or meter parts), knobs, etc. However, I will do my best to try and prevent these situations by very carefully packing this amplifier although I cannot guarantee that they wont happen. Please make a note of this. Furthermore, all of the tubes, tube sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, transformers, other sockets, controls, switches, bulb, fuse, fuse holder, outlet, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts need to be checked out by an electronic expert to see if the tubes are good, if the tubes are the correct ones, if the tubes are in the correct sockets, if the bulb is good and the correct one, if the fuse is good and the correct one, and if all of the tubes, bulb, fuse, fuse holder, tube sockets, other sockets, capacitors, resistors, outlet, jacks, transformers, switches, controls, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts are good and operational before the amplifier is supplied with a power cord/plug, powered-up, tested, used, worked on, modified, connected to any other equipment, handled, connected to a power source/supply, connected to any speakers, etc. Likewise, I have no idea whether everything is original or not in the above-listed amplifier and I therefore cannot make any warranties regarding originality. I also do not warrant that this amplifier is complete and I do not know if there are any missing or incorrect parts/components, etc. The item “RARE, BEAUTIFUL, & UNUSUAL VINTAGE RHEEM STEREO TUBE AMP AMPLIFIER (UNIQUE!)” is in sale since Sunday, July 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “jaymalkin” and is located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.

Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels

Friday, September 22nd, 2017
Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels

Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels

Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels

Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels

Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels

Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels

Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels. Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier in flightcase on wheels. 2 x 12 inch, tube animal. This is the larger brother of the legendary AC30. Feel like having a power shortage on stage? This beast brings it on… Good cosmetic condition, see pics. Transport costs: The Marshall amplifier is too heavy to send with the regular post. To get you an exact quote of the transport costs we need your full address. You also can take a look at our other ads or take a look in the store for more gear. Feel free to ask questions. Outlaw Recording & PA equipment OD&D / Outlaw Design & Development. The item “Vox V125, vintage unique guitar tube amplifier combo in flightcase on wheels” is in sale since Saturday, June 18, 2016. This item is in the category “Musikinstrumente\Gitarren & Bässe\Verstärker”. The seller is “outlaw-recording-and-pa-equipment” and is located in Alkmaar. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Typ: Bassverstärker
  • Produktart: Combo
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