Monday, April 18, 2011

Danelectro Viscount Tube combo amp in OK City for $275

The Viscount was part of the 1950's line of Danelectro amps that includes the Commando, Cadet and Corporal. This one has been completely gone over electronically so it should be good to go. If looks are not your main concern and you don't expect high gain modern output this should be a terrific little amp. Great for a home studio or just gettin' all downhome sweatin' and bluesy.


DANELECTRO VISCOUNT TUBE GUITAR AMP KICKS A** <---------------------- - $275 (NW OKC)
Date: 2011-04-15, 1:48PM CDT
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Here's a nice tube guitar amp called a Danelectro Viscount. It is an amp that puts out about 12 watts with two 6V6GT power tubes in a push-pull configuration and has vibrato. I got it in non-working condition. I replaced the baffle and the speaker. There were no tube and I replaced those with good testing tubes. The tube line-up is one 6X5GT rectifier, two 6V6GT power tubes, two 12AX7 and a 6AU6 preamp tubes. The controls are volume, tone, vibrato speed and vibrato depth. I replaced all the caps and resistors. The amp sound killer and is pedal friendly.

Yes, it is not a museum piece with all the nicks and cigarette burns but it is a great sounding amp. This amp is ready to go for another 30 years. At $275 that is equivalent to cost of less than $1.00 per month. I have rebuilt over a 100 guitar amps. I know what needs to be done. Give someone (or yourself) a great vintage amp. Please call or text ***** at a reasonable time between 8:00 am and 10:00 pm. Thanks! Doug

•Location: NW OKC

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