1974 Super Reverb value??

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  1. PeteyNaf

    PeteyNaf Member

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    I have the oppurtunity to trade for a 1974 super reverb. It has been re-tolexed, re-tubed, and has new capacitors in it. Everything else is original.(I'm told)


    What would the estimated cash value be?

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  2. Bieling3

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    I'm just realizing in the pic, there's no "super reverb" logo. Is this cause for concern?
     
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    RussB low rent hobbyist Silver Supporting Member

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    $500 or so. What speakers?
     
  5. Bob Pollock

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    I have 2 original '74 SR faceplates. I've got about $800 in mine total.
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  6. PeteyNaf

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    Original speakers.
     
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    RussB low rent hobbyist Silver Supporting Member

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    CTS alnico's? Nice

    $500 - $700
     
  8. Drak

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    Just to cover the bases with that strange faceplate, I'd be pulling the chassis and having a look inside, just because.
    If you've ever taken one apart before, you can have it pulled in less than 5 minutes.
    There's really no reason not to pull it and look.
    A good quad of CTS can get close to $400.00 just by themselves in some circles.
     

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