100 Watt Marshall Super Tremolo Head from 1969...scroll down to the bottom to see how much it sold for!
Here's the blurb from the seller:
1969 Red Marshall 100 Super Tremolo
Being from 1969, this has to be one of the absolute earliest metal panel Marshall amps out there, and yet retains all the plexi circuitry. It is a plexi sound for sure, and very strong sounding at that. Original inside and out. Really nice old original transformers. Flat lipped front edge, grey feet in great shape. I don’t think this amp ever made it out of the house or studio much in its lifetime.. Sounds fantastic as you might expect.
Three (3) vintage Brimar and one RCA ACC83/12AX7 pre-amp tubes. Three (3) vintage General Electric EL-34 and (1) rare Amperex Bugle Boy EL-34/6CA7 power tubes.
I purchased this from the lead guitar player in band in California that has had some moderate success making records, and is well know in the vintage circles. I heard the amp on some of his recordings with an old vintage strat before I bought it. He knows Jim Marshall and took the amp to the NAMM show in California in 2005 and had Jim Marshall sign the back of it.
When I was trying to complete a red 1960s Marshall stack, this was the cleanest and best red 100 watter I could find. And, I paid a premium for it. If you have any interest in this rare original red tolex 100 watter, or some red cabs, let me know. Flat fee shipping and insurance in continental U.S. Overseas bidders not encouraged because of shipping and customs hassles, but if you really want this amp and are willing pay the freight on an easy transaction, I will consider it. Serious inquiries only, all sales final. Happy holidays.
Winning bid: US $3,995.00