This is probably the best Amp Gibson made in the mid-60s. This is a 1965 “Crestline” model, but with the circuit professionally retrograded to the MUCH more desirable 1961 tweed circuit. If a brownface Princeton and a blackface Princeton Reverb had a child together, with a Gibson logo, it would be this amp. Warm, rich with killer tremolo and reverb and tone that goes for miles. Not overly bright like many of the Fender amps, and with an overdrive to die for. She has a Tweed type circuit having 2 – 6V6 tubes, a 5Y3 Rectifier tube & 3 – 6EU7 tubes for pre-amp, tremolo and phase inverter. It’s Very Good overall shape & ready to use.
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