condition: excellent make / manufacturer: Yamaha model name / number: G50-112II
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I have a Yamaha G50-112II for sale or possible trade.
It is a vintage 50 watt solid state amp that was designed by Paul Rivera and is probably the warmest sounding solid state amp ever made.
These amps have been branded as Fender Killers and this model is basically Yamahas version of a Fender Super Reverb.
It features 2 switchable channels: a crystal clear clean channel and an overdrive channel that has a light fuzz to a nice overdrive, a full size Accutronix reverb tank, push and pull knobs for Fat and Bright boost, and a parametric EQ.
This is the II model and is the most desirable out of the 3 in this series because of the parametric EQ. It allows you to dial in your tone with the bass/mid/high knobs and then use the EQ to tune out frequencies that can cause feedback without sacrificing any tone.
This is the exact same amp used by Phil Keaggy.
Also it is allegedly the first amp Dimebag Darrel ever owned.
This is in great shape for a 40 year old amp. It has been taken care of and still has all the knob caps (they are usually missing on these amps), the tolex is in great shape, all the electronics work perfectly, and it is all original besides the upgraded MOD speaker.
I am asking $365 or best reasonable offer. This is a reasonable price considering the condition and rarity of these amps. For trades I'm mainly looking at guitars, specifically something with active EMGs (an EC-1000 in vintage black would be perfect), or maybe a small high gain tube amp or possibly something else just shoot me an email with what you have.
No need to ask if it's available. If you are reading the ad it is still available.
Thanks for looking.
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