New incoming means outgoing for these two amps.
First up, a fabulous Magnatone Super Fifty-Nine Mk II.
Full images link here:https://imgur.com/gallery/1mp28Yj
Full details from Magnatone here with a demo at the bottom of the page:https://www.magnatoneusa.com/super-fifty-nine-mk-ii
Handwired Magnatone brilliance, co-designed by Billy Gibbons. Switchable vibrato or tremolo. The Magnatone logo even lights up when you switch it on.....absurdly cool.
Review of the head version here - describes it much better than I can:https://www.musicradar.com/reviews/guitars/magnatone-super-59-605075
Great drive tones at sensible volume levels with the master volume. An all-round brilliant amp.
It has a couple of cosmetic battle scars. Firstly, a small ding in the front and secondly an area at the bottom on the back where the tolex has split - and possibly the wood has cracked slightly too, not quite sure. I only noticed this when I was taking photos. It has no effect on playability - the amp is is absolutely perfect working order.
Collection from Harrogate ideally - although I'll drive an hour or so to meet. I do have a box and could post this but it's pretty damn heavy so it'd be around £50. Plus it'd need to be at the buyer's risk.
£1,450 now £1,300
Next up is a Roland Blues Cube Hot. It's the rather limited edition EL84 modded version. To my untrained ear, a significant improvement on the standard Cube.
Full images link here:https://imgur.com/gallery/bhpufb9
Full details here:https://www.roland.com/uk/products/blues_cube_hot_british_el84_modified/
Bought this as a lighter rehearsal option to my Vox. Punchy, loud and a great fun amp. Comes with footswitch pictured.
Any questions, let me know.
"Anybody can play. The note is only 20%. The attitude of the motherf*cker who plays it is 80%" - Miles Davis