#3
It's not a bad deal, but it's not a great deal either. I'd say that it's a fair asking price as long as it works well and as long as you like it.

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#4
A '79 will be a silverface. $900 is too high though, assuming you're in the states. The usual range is $500-700 depending on condition.
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A '79 will be a silverface. $900 is too high though, assuming you're in the states. The usual range is $500-700 depending on condition.

'79 will likely be ultralinear also... Right? Not a terrible thing on a Twin, but expect it to be LOUD and CLEAN. Also Roc is right on price, I see silverfaces for around $800 all the time, and I imagine they get talked down a bit.

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#7
Right, 77-82 was the ultralinear 135W twin. The difference between it and the 100W MV silverfaces isn't enormous. The non-MV ones weren't made for very long, 68-71, so they're harder to find and closer to the BF circuit and more collectible (expensive) for it.