#1
hey guys, im thinking bout selling my head unit and i want an estimted value on it if you can help!

i have an original '76 fender deluxe head, ill add some pics later
the valves arent original, butit still works beautifully.

if you can give me an estimated value it would be great cheers
#2
$25 but ill take it for $30
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#3
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$25 but ill take it for $30


It's worth atleast $30... I'll take it for $40
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#5
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i have an original '76 fender deluxe head, ill add some pics later
the valves arent original, butit still works beautifully.


a deluxe head? never seen a deluxe head before, thought they only came in combo-form.

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if you can give me an estimated value it would be great cheers


http://www.ampwares.com/amp.asp?id=60

they trend ebay sales as well as provide great info on the amp. according to them they go for a bit under $1000, which is surprising because you can get a silverface twin cheaper.
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#6
$55 and a July 1992 Playboy (soiled).
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#7
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a deluxe head? never seen a deluxe head before, thought they only came in combo-form.


you were right, my bad its not a deluxe, i started this thread at school and for some reason i thought it was deluxe :/

its just a fender '76, sorry i still havent posted photos i just really cbf >.<
#8
There's no fender model called the '76.

We really can't help you if you don't post pictures and don't even know what model you have.
#9
if its an original 70's fender in good condition it should be worth quite afew bucks, like in the hundreds. Iv'e seen people asking for thousands for 60's - 80's Marshalls and fenders in good working order, but it really depends cos some models were more desirable than others and on what people are willing to pay.
#10
well finally got around to taking a picture, but its pretty dark :/

#11
and sorry i dont really have much info on it, it was given to me by a relative..
#12
it's a fender 75, made from 80 to 82 with blackface cosmetics. you'd be lucky to get 500 for it tops. more realistic asking price is 300 to 350, but you may be able to find a sucker to buy it for 700 or so.
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#13
Quote by gumbilicious
it's a fender 75, made from 80 to 82 with blackface cosmetics. you'd be lucky to get 500 for it tops. more realistic asking price is 300 to 350, but you may be able to find a sucker to buy it for 700 or so.


cheers dude, thanks for the help
#14
no prob. btw, i forgot to mention the one cool thing about amps from that era of fender is that Paul Rivera (of Rivera amps) was making circuits for them. if you do sell the amp, be sure to mention it is a 'Rivera Era' fender, it is not totally being truthful cuz i doubt he designed that particular circuit but it is from that era and it could get you a bit more cash outta it.
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