Jimi Hendrix's Sunn 2000 amplifiers, which he used onstage and in studio between 1968 and 1969 are up for sale.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience's third and final album, Electric Ladyland, was released in 1968.
Hendrix passed away in 1970.
The amps were listed in the first week of March 2017 for $150,000.
The amps come with a Certificate of Authentication from late Hendrix Experience bassist Noel Redding, who signed the amp front panel and speaker cabinets back in 1996.
Hendrix himself recorded the majority of the bass guitar tracks on his early albums, says the listing. The guitar great had a Fender Jazz bass which he would record through his Sunn amps directly through the board.
Redding also used Sunn 2000s.
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