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FDP Forum / Fender Amps: Vintage (before 1985) / Fender Pro Reverb -66 Blackface



Feb 17th, 2017 04:24 PM   Edit   Profile  

What do you guys think this amp could be worth? Orig -65 Utah speakers, recapped, transformers not original, back panel not original (from 70’s Pro Reverb) Thanks!


on the rhine

Feb 18th, 2017 09:21 AM   Edit   Profile  


Great amp - one of my favorite bf-amps!
I had two, but they´re just too big and loud for my needs ;-)

If the original trannies are gone, the price will take a hit.
I think it would be best to look around for similar amp-sales (and prices) in Sweden - and go from there.
It would be hard to get close 1500,- € around here - but the market in Sweden could be totally different...

cheers - C.

(This message was last edited by carsten at 01:45 PM, Feb 18th, 2017)

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Whitehorse Canada

I don't get out much
Feb 18th, 2017 11:05 AM   Edit   Profile  

Rather odd that all transformers have been replaced.

Do you have a gut shot of the amp? If not....ask for one.

Regarding the gut shot....If the blue molded caps are absent, I think someone did some component harvesting for profit.




Feb 18th, 2017 12:13 PM   Edit   Profile  

Was it just the power transformer that was changed to accept the 230v ac in Sweden? These amps usually sell for $1,400-$1,600 in the USA; in excellent original condition.

(This message was last edited by slider313 at 02:16 PM, Feb 18th, 2017)


62 Strat Man

Mar 7th, 2017 06:12 PM   Edit   Profile  

I have two and have giged the heck out of one for decades. I use a Ultimate Attenuator to tame it down. Sounds total SRV

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American Patriot

About as ordinary as you can get.
Mar 7th, 2017 07:48 PM   Edit   Profile  

I have a '65 and a '69 Pro Reverb. Great amps but I don't gig with them. Too heavy for what I do.


usa metro detroit

Mar 8th, 2017 06:07 PM   Edit   Profile  

Just bought a 74 Pro Reverb (must be an early 74 it has no master volume) having it refurbed as I type this. Also came into a Mint! And I mean looking like right out of the cardboard box mint 75 Twin. Both weigh about the same.

IMO there not that heavy. 65lbs is about as much as a decent suitcase ways when your traveling



We had the hit but Van got the money
Aug 3rd, 2017 12:06 AM   Edit   Profile  

The latter day "Low Power Twin." KILLER!



Dec 7th, 2017 04:08 PM   Edit   Profile  

Hard to pin down the value without pics and so on.

I have a 1965 Pro Reverb that I restored from a bad mod-job. Fortunately, no holes in the chassis. But they replaced the output transformer with a 50-watt Fender Bassman Head transformer. I consider it an upgrade in functionality. It really does sound better. But it does take the vintage value down a lot.

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