This page shows three new Gibson Reverb Amplifiers, all included for the first time in the June 1965 Gibson price list: the Gibson Lancer GA-35 RVT, the Gibson Minuteman GA-20 RVT, and Gibson Explorer GA-15 RVT. Also pictured is the GA-3RV reverb echo unit.
Gibson amplifiers cover the wide spectrum from full power, high-performance amplifiers for professional work, throughout the entire range to lower-priced, lower powered amplifiers and accessories for specific uses, for smaller rooms and for home practice.
Throughout the construction of every Gibson amplifier, regardless of price or purpose, Gibson technicians apply the same careful construction techniques and engineering principles that make every Gibson amplifier the finest of its kind. Gibson amplifiers feature push-pull power tubes for maximum efficiency, tone chamber case construction for top acoustic performance.
All controls are precision engineered for accurate pinpoint settings. Speakers are of the highest quality, selected for tonal range and dependability and design-engineered for best performance with each type of amplifier.
As it is with every product that bears the name Gibson, quality is built in. Which is why Gibson amplifiers continue to be the choice of professional artists.
These amps were listed in the April 1966 price list, (zone 1) at the following prices: Gibson Lancer $249.50, Gibson Minuteman $199.50, Gibson Explorer $149.50. The GA-3RV reverb unit was listed at $106,50.
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