The Tone-Master is a hand-made, point-to-point wired, tube instrument amplifier boasting 100W with 2 channel switching “heads”. There are no solid-state (transistor) devices in the signal path of any kind. The Tone-Master was created for the discriminating player who requires a high powered, high volume amplifier capable of clean tones, overdriven vintage amp tones as well as heavily overdriven distortion.
MARSHALL JCM 800
The JCM800 is a 100W one-channel, all-valve amp with no reverb or effects. Its easy control panel, distinctive roar, and larger-than-life edge immediately set the standard by which all other rock amps were judged and it remained the industry benchmark throughout the entire 16 years of its production life.
DOVA THELUXE 50
The 50 is the original single channel amplifier, while the 40 features a dedicated, switchable overdrive channel. If your ideal tones are somewhere between blackface and plexi, this is the amp for you. Based on the classic American circuits of the late 60's and early 70's, Theluxe features no reverb, no vibrato, no frills, and all the sparkle yet grit you could ever want. Go from chicken-pickin country clean to roadhouse rumble and all sorts of transitional overdrive in between, with a travel up the gain dial.
DIVIDED BY 13 FRT37
Capturing and exceeding some of the best tones offered by our favorite amp from fullerton and our favorite amp from england, the ftr 37 from 1 to 10 can produce the most pure and bodied clean tones, to varying degrees of medium and over-the-top types of complex and full-bodied overdrive.
MARSHALL JMP 50
Marshall JMP 50 watt head and 4x12 30 watt greenbacks —According to Michael Doyle's The History of Marshall, "JTM" was printed onto the left side of the control panel of Marshall amps around mid 1967. In 1968, the amps began sporting "JMP" (Jim Marshall Products) instead of JTM. JTM, by the way, stands for "Jim and Terry Marshall." (Terry is Jim's son.)
The cabinets were updated in early 1976 to the larger Marshall logo. New vinyl, plastic corner protectors added, and the on/off toggle switches were replaced with illuminated rocker switches. The first Master Volume model was released in 1975, and was produced through 1981.
AMPEG PORTAFLEX B-15NB
The first Portaflex amp was formally introduced in 1960 as the B-15. The double-baffle porting system gave the amp what Hull described as “the creamiest tone.” At the time, combo amps were the norm, with all components housed in a single cabinet, but heat from the electronics often caused the amp to overheat and made the speaker fail.
Much like all of Ampeg’s amps, the B-15 underwent constant change, and the B-15 was replaced by the B-15N in 1961. In 1962, Ampeg updated the B-15N with a solid-state rectifier called the B-15NB and introduced their famous “blue check” vinyl covering to their entire amp line. Ampeg went back to a tube rectifier and changed to a printed circuit board in 1964 (B-15NC).
TOP HAT AMBASSADOR
The Top Hat Ambassador 35 head is based on the Fender Deluxe reverb amp. It produces 35W from 4 6V6s and both Blackface and VOX tones with a very lush, all tube reverb circuit.
The VOX Valvetronix + Series combines sophisticated modeling technology with vintage know-how to provide an array of authentic guitar tones. Based on the acclaimed VOX Valve Reactor circuit, which utilizes a genuine 12AX7 vacuum tube in the power stage, these advanced digital amplifiers retain the familiar warmth of a genuine tube amp. It boasts an amazing collection of 33 distinct amp models, from the most coveted vintage amps to the latest high-gain and boutique units, 25 high-quality effects based on the most popular stompboxes, and 33 instant song presets.
ROLAND JAZZ CHORUS 120
Roland Jazz Chorus-120 — The JC-120 is a powerful 120W amp designed to be the best clean amp ever made. With two 12-inch “silver cone” speakers, it is equally revered for its impressive Dimensional Space Chorus effect. It’s an ideal platform for shaping sound with stompbox pedals, and it’s also great with multi-effects, amp modelers, and guitar synths.
The M15 and M14 are continuations of the magnificent 1961-1963 480. the only change to the circuit came with Magnatone's move toward 7189A power tubes and an ultralinear transformers. The M14, like the 480 and the M15, is a true stereo amplifier. With twin 8" Oxford Alnico speakers, two output transformers, four 7189As, and two phase inverter 12AU7A tubes, The M15 had stereo output channels (not just two input channels).
Kingston single knob solid state guitar amp.
VOX AC15H1TV.; the 15-watt AC15 Handwired features two channels of VOX tone through a single 12" Celestion Alnico “Blue” speaker. The tube complement is made up of 1 x EF86 (VOX EF86: The tube with the magical VOX tone), 3 x ECC83/12AX7, 2 x EL84, and 1 x EZ81 (rectifier).
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