Friday, March 11, 2011

Airline 62-9013A in Folsom CA for $300

I've seen this particular amp for sale at some point in the past - I rememebr that little jack plate on the back. These are good amps that really growl nicely. I just played my Tele through mine the other night and it was one barn burnin', hellzapoppin, hootenanny of atti-tone.

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Vintage 1965 Wards Airline tube amp with vibrato - $300 (Folsom)

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Date: 2011-03-09, 7:27AM PST
Reply to: sale-btxvc-2255699368@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

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A 1965, Mongomery Wards Airline 62-9013a (1), tubed guitar amplifier, in good working condition. Equipped with a 12" speaker The power cable is still nice and pliable. Dual channel, two inputs per chnl. Chnl A has a bit more hum, then chnl B. It also has "scratchy" noises when the volume is actuated.. Rheostat probably needs cleaning, thats all. Chnl B is good, no remarkable problems noticed,. Amp cranks out great sounds irregardless.

Vibrato intensity and speed works flawlessly. All original control knobs are in place. The original partial back cover was removed many moons ago, to custom install speaker-to-headset output plug. This is an oldie, so it's only got the two electrical prongs for wall plug, therefor ungrounded. An electrician can easily remedy this. The back cover has been misplaced and cannot be found. Amp is a bit dirty, but a Collector can easily clean it up with a little TLC. I am firm at $300, please, serious inquiries only, absolutely no low-balls.

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