Monday, October 3, 2011

Gregory Mark I tube amp in Mesa AZ for $25

These Gregory amps are about the lowest of the low-grade tubies from the 1960's but that doesn't mean they aren't any good - just very simple. They actually use the same circuit as the Harmony H303A and many other small amps of the time.

Note: "Hot Chassis" circuit (widowmaker) so not suggested for use with Metal mics and harmonica (Gee - Why are my teeth rattling like that while I play??)

You can find out a lot more about the amp at this link:


Vintage tube guitar amplifier - $25 (mesa)

Date: 2011-10-01, 6:58AM MST
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I have a soft spot for electronics so when I came across this apparently functional small 60's guitar amplifier I bought it. I'm not a musician but I can tell you this- the tubes glow, the volume pot turns smoothly and sound comes out the speaker, I have never tested with an instrument. It appears to be fully functional and original. The amp is a Gregory Mark I, early to mid sixties manufacture and is covered in groovy black alligator tolex.

$25 and it's yours.


Gregory amp info:

If the ad is still up, it is still available.



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