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Vintage Fender Dual Showman / Bassman Cab with JBL's | D130F - 1966 - $800 (Tulsa)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: Fender
model name / number: Showman / Bassman Cabinet
size / dimensions: 2x15" speakers -- 36x24x12

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Fantastic Vintage Fender 2x15 guitar cabinet with JBL D130F speakers!

If you are familiar with vintage JBL drivers then you already know how sweet this cabinet sounds! It would have originally been paired with a Showman, Bandmaster, or even a Bassman head (used for guitar). Fender built this same plywood enclosure for either bass or guitar use, but loaded them with different speakers based on application. The JBL D130F was the premium choice for electric guitar amplification and is still a highly sought after speaker. Based on the appearance of the drivers and their non-consecutive serial numbers, I'm not sure if these JBL's are original to this cabinet, but they are legitimate D130's from the early to mid 60's (grey basket - not orange basket). One of the speakers has just been freshly re-coned by David Miller at Speaker Works here in Tulsa, who verified the legitimacy of both speakers. New internal wire and 1/4" jack were also installed. It does not have a manufactured date on it, but based on various visual features, I'm fairly certain the cabinet was built sometime between 1965-1967. The back panel is missing some screws so I will be going to the hardware store to try and find some more that match. Cosmetically its about average for its age, with the speakers being in great condition, especially the freshly re-built one. The drivers alone can pull around $300 each in this condition. The last picture is from a listing of one of the closest to same cabinet I could find online. Looking to sell locally and would be happy to demo it with my amp (Morgan RCA35) or you can bring your own head if you'd like.

$800 CASH ONLY -- NO TRADES

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