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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Retro King

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Chuck Dean's Retro King amps presents the Plexi 100, a guitar amp head which name should not make it too difficult to trace the inspiration...


As one could expect, the Plexi 100 is a replica of the famed late 60's Marshall™ 100 watt head with Solid state rectifier, four EL-34 power tubes, three 12AX7 preamp tubes and Heyboer 100 watt plexi replica transformers, all hand wired point to point on a vintage style turret board just like the originals.

Features include:

  • 2 channels 4 inputs (high & low)

  • Bright and normal channels

  • 2 volume, treble, bass and presence

  • 4 matched JJ EL34 power tubes, 3 JJ 12AX7 preamp tubes, 1 solid state rectifier

  • Heyboer plexi transformers

  • 4, 8 or 16ohm selector

  • two speaker outputs

  • plexi panels

  • original 100 watt plexi specs

  • dijon “mustard” caps

  • carbon comp resistors

  • Steel chassis

  • hand wired point to point(teflon wire)

  • baltic birch cabinet(black levant tolex)

  • 23"h x 32"w x 10–1/2"d

  • 5 year limited warranty (90 for days tubes)


Default price is $1,745.00.


For an additional cost, some optional mods are available, including:
  • Cathode Cap Mod ($35.00)

  • Gain Stage Mod ($100.00)

  • Negative Feedback Control ($35.00)

  • Master Volume Mod ($50.00)
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