Thursday, August 20, 2009

Magnatone M10 Amp in Nashville for $450


These M10's are very popular with Maggie fans - smaller and lighter than some other Magnatone's but still with all the bells and whistles (like True Vibrato and stereo option, etc).

Magnatone M10 Tube Amp Vintage Magnatone M 10 - $450 (Twang Town)

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Date: 2009-08-19, 1:42PM CDT
Reply to: sale-ftkax-1331556626@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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I will be moving soon so I am selling off some projects I don't want to move. Up for sale today is a Magnatone M10 Amp. This thing is wild! All funtions on this one work, but it does make a bit of popping and crackling noise. Probably needs a good cleaning. I haven't tried to fix her up, but I am guessing it's an easy fix. The reverb works and is very deep. She's also got the sea sick tremolo circuit that sounds great. This one is also stereo but I don't have a stereo guitar to try that. This is an older amp so she's far from mint(also dusty). Get yourself a cool vintage tube amp! Cash only. No trades. Serious inquiries only. Reply through post or call 615-944-9224. Thanks!!



Location: Twang Town
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4 comments:

  1. not worth the asking price. $100.00 is about right. the seller must be dreaming.

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  2. Look around the internet. You'll see some for $700

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  3. I don't kinow what the first poster was talking about as far as price - I've been tracking Magnatones for mjany years and I've never see any of them selling for $100 - even completely dead. Magnatones were high end pro quality amplifiers when they were originally built and many sold for more than similar Fender or Marshall amps. It is rare for someone to have a Magnatone in their posession and not know it's value. But of course everyone has a right to their opinion. This is the internet after all.

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  4. $450 is not a bad price. probably needs tubes, but it is one of the great old amps!

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