1976 Gibson L-6S Custom, 1978 Guild B302F bass, 1967 Fender Coronado guitar
1976 Gibson L-6S Custom1978 Guild B-302F1967 Fender Coronado
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Fender Vibrosonic Reverb amplifier

1972 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 42

The Vibrosonic Reverb amplifier, like the Quad Reverb and Super Six reverb launched a year earlier was based on the same 10 tube, 100w circuitry, of the Twin Reverb. Like the other models, it was a combo, with the same controls, but a different speaker configuration. Unlike the other other models, there was no choice of speaker cones; all Vibrosonics were fitted with a single 15" cone, the professional series Fender PS 15. It was first included in the June 1973 price list at $645.

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Fender Vibrosonic Reverb Amplifier - 1972 Fender catalogue - page 42


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