#2
You lucky bitch. I wish something like this would happen to me.

Weird that Google shows absolutely nothing on it, though. Maybe call Fender (if you live in the US) and ask about it?

Presumably, you haven't tried it out?
#3
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You lucky bitch. I wish something like this would happen to me.

Weird that Google shows absolutely nothing on it, though. Maybe call Fender (if you live in the US) and ask about it?

Presumably, you haven't tried it out?

Yeah, that's the real weird thing that there's nothing about it on google... I'll give fender a call tomorrow.

And nah haven't tried it out yet, I'm uneasy about trying a amp that's been sitting in a garage for who knows how long. She didn't even know where it came from so, I think i'll get it checked out at a tech before plugging it in and turning it on.
#4
I felt challenged: http://books.google.com/books?id=TjdsNR-ZgNEC&pg=PA44&lpg=PA44&dq=fender+pro+reverb+solid+state&source=web&ots=B8hTgZbHEm&sig=1Y9gpkILFfJ3-M_6YflQT__CVrs&hl=en

There's not too much out there. Always nice to find something, but this doesn't look too promising. I'd try to sell it as a "vintage rarity," or something. Preferably on ebay, so they couldn't come back to my house all mad...

edit: here's another w/pics: http://books.google.com/books?id=N_8uVGPoWPUC&pg=PA145&lpg=PA145&dq=fender+pro+reverb+solid+state&source=web&ots=3ttXjW6mIc&sig=lhui63EkFHxc5gBbv8pojcJe0sc&hl=en
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

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#5


One of them survived! That is probably one of worst amps Fender ever made. There's a very good reason why you don't see many of those anymore: most of them never made it out of the 60's.

If you're lucky, you can find a collector to sell it to. That amp has no value to a player.