#4
DO IT and if you don't like it sell it to me.
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#6
Two, three times as much as that, depending on the year. The guy's taking offers, he may be onto what he has, and looking to get more than his asking price.
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#8
So if I snag it, ill be able to re-sell it for %100 profit? Sweet. Ill try to contact him immediately.
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#9
Ask for the REAL photo that he has. His could be a silverface and he just thinks that because its a Bassman and they look alike, their the same thing. So ask for the photo. If it ends up being a silverface, thats a good deal. If it turns out to be a blackface, thats a hell of a deal. He is also entertaining offers, so I doubt that its going to stay at $300.
#10
Make sure you get a picture of HIS amp. The different models may look similar, but there's a huge difference in sound and value.
#12
If it's in working order and it's earlier than 1968 then it's probably a good deal. If it's 68 or later I wouldn't bother.
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#13
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If it's in working order and it's earlier than 1968 then it's probably a good deal. If it's 68 or later I wouldn't bother.

Agreed. A shop here got in a 70s Bassman head and 2x12. IT was pretty lame. Now the Deluxe Reverb from 1974 on the other hand...