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It was Sears entry level into their line of guitar amps.

The tube version of the 5XL was sold by Sears in the United States from about 1969 through about 1972.

I have seen several different builds of the Sears 5XL amp on e Bay and elsewhere on the web.

But the original manufacturer of the Sears 5XL is hard to nail down.

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Price: $90.00 from Trade Up Music, Portland Oregon. At first glance the Sears 5XL guitar amp would be easy to disrespect, even considering it’s legacy in the line of original Danelectro/Silvertone guitars and amplifiers. Later, we discovered that someone must have upgraded the capacitors with new Orange drops (more on that later). The 5XL is an all-tube amplifier producing a modest 5-watts of peak power through a single 8-inch speaker.

We recently discovered this 5XL at Trade Up Music, a local music shop in Portland (see posting: How It All Began…). It appeared to be all original, except for two replaced vacuum tubes, and was fully functional.

Since t Summary: Five watts of hand-wired boutique tube heaven for a fraction of the cost. This particular sample appears to have been built in December of 1968, so it’s possible that it could be a Danelectro original.

Up until 1968 or so, the Silvertone line of electric guitar amps were built for Sears by the Danelectro company of Neptune, New Jersey.

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