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  • Marshall VS15

    Marshall VS15 - "Valvetrash"


    These amps pretty much sound like crap. They have a preamp tube and no power tubes. So the back end section which is the power section is still solid state. This means that they went a cheap way of getting you a "tube amp" and no real change in tone.…

  • Fender Blues DeVille 212

    Fender Blues DeVille 212 - "Nice Bluesy tone"


    This is the go to amp if you want a tight low end for blues playing if you play a Fender Stratocaster. This one come with 4x 10 in speakers. You get the same great tone and features but just in a bigger unit and more speakers. If you enjoy the …

  • Randall RG50TC

    Randall RG50TC - "Nice combo for tone and money"


    Randall is a company that has taken the modular preamps by storm. They have build a market for preamp swapping that has ignited the guitar players around the the world. Though this amp is not a modular design it still incorporates the sound and tone …

  • Roland Jazz Chorus JC-160 (Vintage)

    Roland Jazz Chorus JC-160 (Vintage) - "Massive power"


    The Jazz Chorus probably the most recognizable Roland amp ever created. Also probably the most highly sought after solid state amp on the planet. And maybe the most highly used clean tone that has ever been created! Simply one of the best clean to…

  • Mesa Boogie Nomad 55 Combo

    Mesa Boogie Nomad 55 Combo - "Nomad no more"


    This was an excellent amp from Mesa Boogie while it lasted. It was a 55 watt three channels with six different modes. Each channel had two separate modes for each giving it the six modes. You have a clean channel, a crunch channel, and an overdrive c…

  • Fender Concert Reverb

    Fender Concert Reverb - "Concert classic"


    This was a good amp back in the day for Fender. This was a booming four 10 inch speakers and was designed to be a powerful enough amp to blast through a concert or hall. These amps changed frequently as far as cosmetics in the early 60's. You saw the…

  • Peavey Ultra 212 Combo

    Peavey Ultra 212 Combo - "makes you scream"


    This is a metal machine. This little combo if you can call it little packs a huge wallop of a punch. This is the amp that inspired the XXX amps from Peavey. Some say these amps have more juice and girth than a 5150 or a XXX, but that is a hard battle…

  • Fender Deluxe Reverb "Silverface" [1968-1982]

    Fender Deluxe Reverb "Silverface" [1968-1982] - "Classic is as classic does."


    One of the most uncompromising amplifiers to ever grace this earth...The Fender Deluxe Reverb. This amp is an absolute tone monster and a classic rock amplifier. These amps have been played by just about everyone in the business. There really is no c…

  • Hiwatt G15/8

    Hiwatt G15/8 - "Hi---WATT"


    Hiwatt is an English company that has been around since the early 60's. Many players from amateur musicians to the best guitar players in the business has played these amps. They are one of those companies that just stay string and true to their root…

  • Marshall MG250DFX

    Marshall MG250DFX - "Interesting amp"


    Marshall has come out with scores of amps and only a few have survived and even less than that have been reissued or re-released. This is an amp that was out for a period of time and then went away for other series amps or other models. This item has…