Friday, May 14, 2010

Vintage 1960's Ampeg Gemini I in Allentown PA area - best offer (sounds cheap)

I normally do not post BEST OFFER listings but it sounds like the sellers want this amplifier gone so this could be a very good deal - maybe even $200 or less.  Who knows, right?

Based on the wording of the ad I serously doubt they will want to ship this - least of all because Gemini's are BIG heavy amps with very solid heavy wood cabinets.  I had a guy ship me a Gemini 2 once from upstate NY to my home in Los Angeles and the shipping cost was $58 - and that was years ago. 

BTW - these have nice reverb and vibrato circuits - and the fact it has the original footswitch is a big plus - they are hard to replace.  It is missing a few knobs but those "stovetop" knobs are easy to find since they make new ones.

Anyway nice amp and it may (or my not) be a great deal.  Let us know if you buy it!!

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Vintage Gemini Amped 1 (Bath )


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Date: 2010-05-14, 3:03PM EDT

Reply to: sale-shsve-1740953713@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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We are selling, a Vintage Gemini Amped 1, we would like to get rid of it ASAP, that is why we are will to accept the best offer from who ever is interested in purchasing the Amp. The amp works fine, it's appearance isn't that great, and that is one of the reasons we wish to accept the best offer from a potential buyer. if you are interested in learning more about it, please contact us with your name and number where we can contact you with more information.
 
Location: Bath

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