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  1. Marshall model 1987 50w amp

    Marshall model 1987 50w amp

    This amp uses a pair of el34 output tubes, with 12ax7a tubes in the preamp. Called a 50w amp by Marshall, this amp evolved from the earlier Jtm45 amps. It uses a solid state rectifier, instead of the gz34 tube, found in jtm45 and jtm50(black flag) amps. This amp has more bite than its early...
  2. Laney CUB8

    Laney CUB8

    Laney CUB8 combo tube amp Power: 5W Preamp: 2 x ECC83/12AX7 tubes Power amplification: 1 x 6V6GT tube. Speaker 8" External cabinet connector
  3. Ace Amplification Colt

    Ace Amplification Colt

    Ace by FX Amplification. 20w of british fury. 2 channels, EL-34 20w power section, tube effect loop. A plexi channel, for clean to crunch sounds, and a boost channel, to deliver the wildest riff. All tube circuits, inclunding effect loop. Speaker outputs 8ohms + 16ohms. Optional footswitch for...
  4. 1984 Marshall JCM 800 4104 2X12 Combo

    1984 Marshall JCM 800 4104 2X12 Combo

    Classic Marshall combo with an added built-in attenuator, that I've owned since 2018. It has that classic crunch, and I can turn up the volume without blowing up my house thanks to the attenuator...Marshall heaven! :thumb:
  5. Bogner Atma Amplifier

    Bogner Atma Amplifier

    Bogner's Atma guitar amplifier head (and cab or option combo version) is an all-tube powerhouse with tons of modified Marshal style tones. The classy aluminum chassis and grille add unique looks to any rig (it's also available in variousTolex options). This 3-channel multi-watt amplifier...
  6. '68 Fender Bassman (Black-line Drip-edge)

    '68 Fender Bassman (Black-line Drip-edge)

    The amp is a Silverface drip-edge black-line Bassman. The cabinet was in very rough shape, but inside it was unmolested and still had all the factory components. I feel the Fender head cabinet is the prettiest amp cabinet extant. I love the styling. The black-line drip-edge Bassman was the...
  7. The PRS MT15 Tube Amp

    The PRS MT15 Tube Amp

    I bought this amp in 2018 for what seemed a great price of about £470 (in the UK). But at the time was a little careful regarding exactly how this amp would sound, after all, PRS had been making amps for some time and many of them were not for me. But the magic words that got my interest was...
  8. Tone King Imperial MK II

    Tone King Imperial MK II

    ABOUT THE AMP: From a spanky blackface-style voice to ‘50s-era tweed grit, you’ll find all of the most iconic American tube tones residing in this 1 x 12”, 20-watt combo. And with modern appointments, such as an onboard Ironman II power attenuator, and tube-driven effects, the Imperial MKII is...
  9. Soul Tramp Amplification - Tweed 12

    Soul Tramp Amplification - Tweed 12

    The Tweed 12 is my take on the Fender Tweed Deluxe. I don’t build clones, but the circuit design on the Tweed 12 is fairly close to the original. It’s the one amp in my product line where I can’t claim to have created something entirely new. I have made changes where Fender got it wrong and...
  10. TrippyStormtrooper

    Master Volume Amps & Usable Volumes

    Let's say I have two identical amps. One is 100W, the other is 18W. Both have a high quality PPIMV. Skipping past the argument if I need a 100W amp in the first place...Could I get the same, usable Bedroom / Recording volumes out of each? I know this is inherently a stupid question and a very...
  11. TrippyStormtrooper

    Man with a Plan for Amps

    Alright guys, I’ve set a plan in motion that cannot be undone. I have decided to collect my five (5) favorite amps that I think will cover the broad range of amplification tonality and history. My plan is to complete my collection within five years. One amp per year. I’ve gotten the gal to sign...
  12. the drew

    Rectifier tubes vs. rectifier diodes

    Hello, I have been looking at Fender amps and was wondering which is better, tube or solid state rectifiers. My amp is a Fender Blues Deluxe and it has the solid state rectifier, also I see the Twin 65 RI also has solid state rectifiers. I notice the low and mid watt 65 Princeton and 65 deluxe...
  13. James10101

    New Amp for Gibson Les Paul

    Hi guys, I currently own a line 6 amplifi 150 modelling amp and want an upgrade in sound for my Les Paul standard as I don’t think it does the guitar justice. There a few reasons I want to get rid of this amp: 1. The fiddling around to connect my phone on Bluetooth to change the tone 2. I only...
  14. I Break Things

    BOSS Katana Mini?

    I need a small, portable amp that I can carry around and dial in a good tone with. BOSS Katana Mini looks perfect for my needs, but I wanted to get some opinions from you guys. How well does it work? Are you able to dial in a good tone without it getting too loud? My wife has migraines and we...
  15. Johnny Guitar

    Need Some Mesa Mark V Advice

    I'm looking at selling my current amp to buy a Mark V. I've played the Mark V 90 and fell in love, but for the sake of saving money, I was wondering if there's much difference between the 35 watt and the 90 watt? I play in a church band so I wouldn't really need 90 watts for my dirty tones but...


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