Hayden Cotton Club 15/30
Hayden Cotton Club 15/30

Cotton Club 15/30, Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Hayden in the Classic series.

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Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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frapana's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" a piece of furniture that sounds"

Hayden Cotton Club 15/30
All Tube amp, 2 channel 2 x 12 "hand-wired tube combo with switchable output 15/30-Watt,
based on EL 84 and 12AX7
no loop, no reverb,

the plywood cabinet work is very neat


Two channels:
Channel 1: volume, treble and bass, for clean sounds, the voicing is also on this channel

channel2: master, presence, treble, bass, boost, gain and voicing, clean tones and crunch to overdrive, the boost is switchable on the pedal,
the voicing can get fat sound very dry,
typed sounds british but get clean sounds very jazzy see Hayden site.


you can play styles ranging from jazz to rock through the edgy blues rock,
good sound projection, thanks to two greenback,
special mention for the voicing very efficient, very fat to dry!


great amp, high quality manufacturing, providing clean sounds and overdrive for a variety of styles from jazz to hard rock,

very good value for money,

Gib*51's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" All lamps handcrafted semi"

Hayden Cotton Club 15/30
Lamp full.
15 or 30 W switchable discretion.
Openback Combo with Celestion Greenback G 2 x 12 M.
2 Channels control by foot switch:
- Channel 1 volume Basic severe acute.
- Canal 2 with master, presence, "Varitone" etc.. (See website Hayden).


Very simple configuration.
Very nice grain. From clean to warm natural overdrive with "Varitone".
Hayden Manuel on the site but no particular value.


Is perfect for my style of music: Rock, Blues etc..
Used two guitars: Gibson Marauder 1975 and Crafter SA QMT. + P90.
Preferences for sounds clean and light crunch.
The large distortion does not interest me: rock metal eg.


In service since July 2011.
Am in the process of discovery of this amp (+ documented post to come).
I had a 1964 Fender Custom Vibroverb home which is a reference for combos, I have tried any other model, not need.
The value for money is very good. View over time but at all talks and lights be repaired very easily.
It is too early to say whether this choice I would do but now it seems a very good buy considering the domestic use only I have.
I am an active bassist in a band and I play the guitar at home alone.