Thursday, October 29, 2009

Danelectro DM-25 Piggyback Tube amp in WV near Pittsburg for $250

This amp needs work (blowing fuses) but like the seller says any tech worth his salt should be able to get this up and running pretty fast. Blowing fuses in these old tube amps often means something as simple as a bad resister - often it is the first big one right off the power transformer. I am not diagnosing "I'm just saying..."

Vintage Danelectro DM-25 Tube Amp - $250 (Morgantown WV)

Date: 2009-10-28, 10:08AM EDT
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I have a non working '65 Danelectro DM-25 for sale. It started blowing fuses which is more then likely a simple fix! I don't have the know how or a place here in morgantown to fix it. It is a very simple design and the schematics are free online. Other then that, it is in nice shape! Original speaker, footswitch and most of the parts and pieces! It does have mostly recent tubes!

Will consider trade for vintage guitars, mexican fender telecaster of equal value or best cash offer!

A little time and a little cash this will be a sweet, sweet amp!!! I have seen this go for upwards of $800 on ebay...It was fantastic before it quit! I have a Silvertone 1484 and Silvertone 1482 that are functioning so this was shelved!


Location: Morgantown WV


  1. just bought one on ebay at $475 w free shipping. They are definitely appreciating in value. I consider $475 a fair price and that is all. They are killer amps.


  2. I bought one of these in 1967 for $100. It didn't get much respect at the time with all the Vox and Fender amps around. Sold it a couple years later for $100. I'd like to get my hands on one again, but not likely for $100.


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