Tom's Amp Collection for Fender Lovers
How about a matching pair of Fender blonde amps? The one in front is a Showman (prod. 7/1962) with a single 15" (JBL) cabinet, the one in back is a Bassman (prod. 12/1962) with two twelves.
There's also two Fender Reverb units; one tweed, one blonde (just for fun). Finally, the guitar he's had since it was new, a '60s Harmony built by Danelectro, with a classic Gibson humbucker in the bridge hole.
Tom wails on either his early '70s Fender Jazz Bass (the heaviest bass I ever lifted) finished in natural maple, or his '90s Precision Bass in blue. Tom also has a matching Fender Telecaster American Standard. Blue ain't your color? Here's a nice Fender '57 Strat Reissue in black. For those unplugged times Tom grabs his Gibson B25 Acoustic 12-String. Tom's most recent additions to his collection are the Washburn AB20 Acou/Elec Bass and a Fender Bassman 200 amp.
He also has an excellent multi-purpose sound system that serves as the band's PA, disco and recording rig.