Crate Amp/Speaker stack. These are from the era when the amp really was built into a wooden crate. Amp has a non-original Heppner 12 speaker - vintage 1966. Don't know about the ext cabinet. Non destructive mod allows the ext cab to be connected in series w/ the internal speaker. Dimensions: Amp: 17.5w X 19.5H X 9D, Ext Cab: 17.5w X 19H X 9.75D. Both pieces together are 38.25 tall. I'm guessing this is about 20-25 watts - can't find any definitive info anywhere. I've cleaned these cabinets up and restained the wooden parts. Nice collectible pieces.
Nice Vantage VG-30R Guitar amp. Two instrument inputs, 30 watts, solid state, spring reverb - foot switchable (footswitch not included), clean and dirty channels - selectable w/ button, 4 band EQ, reverb control, microphone input (signal goes thru reverb also), headphones out, line out, nice 10" speaker. Great for practice or for small jobs w/ guitar + vocal.
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Harmony H1710 Guitaramp - dates to mid/late 70's I think. New back board, new 3-wire line cord w/ bracket for winding it up, new knobs.
About 7-8 watts, solid state, three inputs, tremelo (nice), spring reverb (so-so), tremelo and reverb can be controlled w/ footswitch (not included), 1 Volume/On-Off, 1 Tone. Ten inch speaker. Has some nice breakup as you turn it up.
Good for practice or to drive a larger amp. Would definitely need a healthy PA for playing in public. Great for harp as well
Small PA set. Genesis head - 4 channels, master volume/bass/treble, no fx. 40 watts RMS at 4 ohms. Two small 2-way speaker cabinets. These started as Sony stereo cabs. I reinforced the cabs, added handles/feet/corners. Loaded w/ 75 watt RMS Archer 8" bass drivers, 2x5 piezo tweeter. Includes two speaker cables. This would work well for a solo/duo act, small lecture hall.
Tom crafted amp/speaker combo box. I took a Peavey MP-4 head and put it in this ported box w/ a 100W 12" speaker and a 2x5 piezo horn. Dimensions: 21.75W x 20.75H X 11.5D. I've used this one for keyboards and guitar w/ great success. Would also work for Hi-Z mics. Amp is rated 50 watts at 8 ohms - will not drive 4 ohm load (I chatted w/ the Peavey folks to learn this!!)