The second of two pages on Gibson solid state amplifiers. This page shows the smaller sibling to the Gibson GSS-100 shown on the previous page, the GSS-50 combo. Like, the GSS-100, this unit could be extended with the 2x10" Plus 50 slave amplifier, adding another 50w of power for each unit added. Both of these amplifiers making their first Gibson catalog appearance on this page.
The Gibson GSS-50 is the 50 watt version of the GSS-100. Its full power (more than 100 watts peak power) projects throughout any auto auditorium or concert hall, yet its single case, solid state electronic construction gives maximum possibility without sacrifice of volume and tonal range.
The GSS-50 first appeared in US Gibson price lists in April 1966, with a (zone 1) listing of $299.50. At the same time, the Plus 50 was $199.50.
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