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#42
DUAL PROFESSIONAL (SUPER)
- 16W, 2-10 in. Jensen speakers, tube chassis, preamp: 3 X 6SJ7, power: 2 X 6L6, 5U4 rectifier, top numbered control panel, four inputs (two instruments, one mic, one lo-gain), three pointer knobs (mic v, inst. v, tone), fuse holder, and red pilot light, V-front cabinet, early tweed covering, dark brown grille with vertical chrome strip in middle, mfg. 1946-1952.

As for value, excellent condition $4000-$5000, average condition $2500-$3000 (USD) for the 1946 model. They were renamed the "Super" in 1947 so the actual Duel Professional was only made for one year.
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#43
the woody was made earlier '46, the dual pro was started in '46 along with the dual pro steel guitar.
#45
Regardless, it's a mighty fine score. Amazing what some people throw away isn't it?

Any chance of some pics of the internals?
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#46
Thanks Quintex! great info. and yea, it is amazing what people throw away. This guy had a lot of other stuff in his garage that i dont know what happened to.
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Can it do ratt?


haha +1 EDIT: joking aside, it might do ratt. i've heard that warren de martini recorded some of his solos with a fender champ, maybe?

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Actually, my fiance's dad picked it up on a trash route. free! The best price! I friggin love this thing. I always liked the fender blues deluxe, but this thing blows them away! It'd be cool to have the old steel guitar that goes with it.


holy crap that's awesome
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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