guitar amp gallery

1973 Marshall "Plexi" Super Lead

1973 Marshall "Plexi" Super Lead

This particular head is one of the most sought after amps for sessions in Nashville.

4x12 Cab - Celestion V30H - 8ohm

1952 Les Paul Combo 70W

1952 Les Paul Combo 70W

What else can be said? None more.

1957 Fender Deluxe

1957 Fender Deluxe

Jensen 1x12

1957 Fender Vibrolux

1957 Fender Vibrolux

Great amp! It breaks up great when you crank the volume past 12 o'clock. 

1959 Fender Bassman Combo

1959 Fender Bassman Combo

4x10 Jensens

1959 Fender Tweed Deluxe

1959 Fender Tweed Deluxe

This amp is like warm butter.

1961 Fender Princeton Combo

1961 Fender Princeton Combo

1962 Fender Reverb Tank

1962 Fender Reverb Tank

Lots of springy goodness!

Get that "Super Reverb" sound on any amp. This unit is also great as an insert when recording for cool vintage verb effects.

1964 Fender Vibrolux Combo

1964 Fender Vibrolux Combo

Tight, bright, warm, and punchy.

1964 Vox AC30 w/TB

1964 Vox AC30 w/TB

A killer amp! Signed by Brian May even ;)

For more info check out:

http://www.voxshowroom.com/uk/amp/vsel_ac30.html

1966 Ampeg Portaflex B-15

1966 Ampeg Portaflex B-15

The classic flip top head that stores in the cabinet when not in use.

We also have the reissue. For more info check out:

http://www.ampeg.com/products/diamondbluebass/b15/

1966 Fender Super Reverb

1966 Fender Super Reverb

Loaded with original 4x10 Jensens.

1967 Fender Bassman Head

1967 Fender Bassman Head

1967 Fender Deluxe Reverb

1967 Fender Deluxe Reverb

Another one of the most sought after amps for sessions in Nashville. This amp has been on so many sessions it's ridiculous!

1967 Fender Pro Reverb

1967 Fender Pro Reverb

1969 Marshall JTM "Super Bass"

1969 Marshall JTM "Super Bass"

4x12 Cab loaded with Celestion Vintage 30's

1970 Marshall JTM 45 MK2

1970 Marshall JTM 45 MK2

Has a mod on the back for extra gain. Can be used stock as well.

1971 Fender Twin Reverb

1971 Fender Twin Reverb

1973 Marshall JTM Super Lead

1973 Marshall JTM Super Lead

4x12 Cab loaded with Celestion 25w

1989 Marshall "Bluesbreaker" Combo

1989 Marshall "Bluesbreaker" Combo

1974X Combo w/2x12 Celestions

1994 Sovtek MIG 60 Head

1994 Sovtek MIG 60 Head

1995 Marshall 6100LM

1995 Marshall 6100LM

3 Channel Head with Foot Switch - Great sounding all tube modern Marshall

1995 Matchless DC30 Combo

1995 Matchless DC30 Combo

The classic Matchless bad ass.

I'm sure why the Tone Tubby 2x12 is under there, except to show you that we have one. We have a green one too!

Marshall JCM 2000 Head

Marshall JCM 2000 Head

We have actually replaced this head with a classic JCM800 2204

 

2003 Fender Pro Jr Reissue

2003 Fender Pro Jr Reissue

Mark Rubel's favorite amp

2003 Marshall JTM "Super 100"

2003 Marshall JTM "Super 100"

Based on Pete Townsend's old Marshall

2003 Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier

2003 Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier

Sometimes you need to get brutal.

4x12 Slant with Mesa/Celestion Black Shadow Speakers

2003 Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier

2003 Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier

Soemtimes you need to triple the brutality.

 

2003 Vox Brian May Special

2003 Vox Brian May Special

Great little practice amp.

Really good for adding some character on  an overdub. 

Bogner Ecstasy Classic

Bogner Ecstasy Classic

Another highly sought after amp for sessions.

Diezel Herbert Head and Cab

Diezel Herbert Head and Cab

It does one thing but it does it so well. Metal!

Epiphone Zephyr

Epiphone Zephyr

Fender Bandmaster Head

Fender Bandmaster Head

Accompanied by (2) Fender 2x12 Cabs

Fender Deluxe 90 Combo

Fender Deluxe 90 Combo

Fender Pro Combo

Fender Pro Combo

1x15 Speaker

Fender Twin Reverb

Fender Twin Reverb

Kendrick 4x10 Cab

Kendrick 4x10 Cab

Peavey Nashville 400

Peavey Nashville 400

Supro 6152

Supro 6152

The amp that helped Jimmy Page make history.

Vox AC30 Head

Vox AC30 Head

Vox AC30 Combo

Vox AC30 Combo

Vox AC30 Head

Vox AC30 Head

Foundation Bass Cab

Vox AC50 Head

Vox AC50 Head

Vox Berkeley Super Reverb

Vox Berkeley Super Reverb

Check out more info here:

http://www.voxshowroom.com/us/amp/v-8b.html

Watkins Clubman Combo

Watkins Clubman Combo

The Clubman was probably the second Watkins amp to be produced circa 1956, a less powerful version of the Westminster in a near-identical cabinet with no tremolo and a single EL84 giving it a power rating of 6W. Very early versions were in a plain grey covering, followed by maroon & cream and then turquoise & cream versions. Early control panels were black, later ones silver. Elac speakers were usually fitted.

Watkins Scout Combo

Watkins Scout Combo

The Scout replaced the 14W twin-channel version of the Westminster in 1962 or 1963. The changes between the two models were a cosmetic make-over in a larger black and cream cabinet, together with a different chassis layout (seemingly identical to later versions of the V-front Dominator, though rated 3W less). The Westminster 10W single-channel model remained in the catalogue alongside the Scout, but the Scout was a relatively short-lived model which became the Custom 15 circa 1964/5, hence they are rare today.