Easily the coolest looking amp in our arsenal. Very similar circuit to a Fender Twin Reverb. Loud and clean. Recently recapped. Works well for bass guitar.
Early model V-4 with reverb. Shown here with matching V-4 4x12" cabinet. Original square magnet speakers.
Late 70's SVT.
With Mercury Magnetics mods.
Custom made by Joe O'Sullivan in Leeds, UK. 100 watt Marshall JMP 2203 circuit clone but with 2 channels/4 inputs built into a Hiwatt-style box. Great sounding master volume tube amp.
Reissue from early 90's. Equipped with NOS RCA and Sylvania tubes.
Upgraded Weber speaker. Sounds great plugged into 4x12" cabinet.
90's reissue. Loud and clean!
Solid state bass amp. 80's standard.
Solid state bass amp. Big brother to the 400RB. 80's standard.
50 watt combo with 100 watt Celestion speaker. This is the loudest combo amp I've ever heard. Works well for keyboards.
100 watts. Works well for both guitar and bass. Shown here with Marshall Big M 4x12" cabinet loaded with Marshall branded Celestion G12M-65 watt speakers. Wired for 16 ohms
Bottom cabinet from Jimi Hendrix stack. Taller than standard straight cabs. Loaded with 4x Celestion Vintage 30s. Wired for 8 ohms. Sounds great for bass as well as guitar. Shown here with Euclid 100 Double Fantasy amplifier.
Loaded with 2x Fane 25 watt speakers and 2x Celestion G12M-25 watt Greenbacks. Fanes are dark. Greenbacks are bright. Sound incredible together.
Hybrid tube/solid state. x2 for that Mammatus (((stereo))) guitar sound.
Solid-state Sunn amplifier. 4x12" cabinet loaded with Celestion G12T-75 watt speakers. Wired for 4 ohms.
4x12" cabinet loaded with Celestion G12K-85 watt speakers. Wired for 16 ohms.
Loaded with JBL D-130s. Wired for 4 ohms.
Silvertone's version of a Fender Deluxe. Great sounding tremelo. Early breakup.
With high powered Roland 15" speaker.
Canadian Bassman. Plexi-killer. Maybe the best sounding amp in the studio? Great for guitar.