Vintage Circa 1959 Fender White Amp

$ 1,695.00

The White amplifier was an instrument amplifier made by the Fender company, named for Fender's production manager Forrest White and designed as a surprise by Leo Fender for his longtime associate.Approximately 1,500 units were made. The amp was nearly identical to the 5F2 Princeton circuit, but was made under the White production name.   The amplifier was not in fact white, but had blue-gray linen tweed, and dark blue grill cloth.

This example is remarkably clean, circa 1959.  It's basically the same as a Fender Princeton Tweed.  

This is an excellent condition, all original example, except it looks like the handle has been replaced.   It sounds incredible.
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