Vox AC15HW1 Handwired 15W 1x12 Combo
The Vox AC15HW1 Handwired 15W 1x12 Combo uses the painstaking technique of turret board hand-wiring to ensure a signal path which is as efficient as it is beautiful. This requires a high skill level and craftsmanship and the result means that there is minimal signal-loss or restriction in amplitude.
Sonically the Vox AC15HW1 Handwired 15W 1x12 Combo is rich, with deep bass and the classic sparkling top-boost chime-like clean sounds which have made these amplifiers so revered over the last 60 years. The Birch-Ply constructed amplifier is finished in a classic Fawn white vinyl covering which is reminiscent of the original 1960's AC30. The Vox AC15HW1 Handwired 15W 1x12 Combo is fitted with a single 12" Celestion Green Back G12M speaker and driven by a duet of EC84 Power tubes, 3 x 12AX7 Pre-amp tubes and a single EZ81 Rectifier tube.
Includes a Vox padded cover.
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- Output Power: 15 Watts RMS into 8/16 Ohms
- Hand-wired turret board construction
- Birch-ply cabinets featuring solid bracing and a natural high frequency diffuser
- All-tube design
- ECC83/12AX7 preamp tubes (x3)
- EL84 power tube duet (AC15 models)
- EZ81 rectifier (AC15 models)
- Fitted with matched Ruby Tubes that provide extended dynamic range
- Traditional VOX two-channel design.
- Top Boost and Normal. High and Low inputs for each channel
- The Normal channel provides an additional BRIGHT switch.
- The top boost channel provides a HOT/COOL switch to achieve even more gain
- Master Volume/BYPASS switch completely bypasses the Master Volume section
- OP mode switch cut the amp's Output Power level in half
- Vintage fawn-colored vinyl, reminiscent of the 1960 classic AC30
- 1 x 12" Celestion G12M Greenback Speaker
- VFS1 footswitch controlls the Top Boost channel's HOT/COOL switch
- A premium, custom-fit dust cover is included with every model
No upgrades available
It's a great amp full stop... the tones are incredible and exactly what I was looking for. It's not a Marshall or Fender it's the third way, the Vox sound. Don't buy one if you want to sound American... ps- the components are interchangeable if you know how to use a soldering iron.