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The Evolution of The Guitar Amplifier Continues

The Evolution of The Guitar Amplifier Continues

One of my favourite new products at the 2017 NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) show was the MV50 series of guitar amplifiers from Vox. Small, incredibly lightweight, versatile, and best of all – it sounds great. It is also the perfect example of an ongoing trend in the world of electric guitar amps, and how they are used. For decades, amplifier designers and guitar players alike seemed obsessed with the idea of earth-shattering guitar amps. Every new

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1965 Vox AC10 2×10 Combo Amplifier (consignment) SOLD

1965 Vox AC10 2x10 Combo Amplifier (consignment)  SOLD

Here’s an all original 1965 Vox AC10 2×10 Combo Amplifier. Vox was the pre-eminent musical instrument amplifier manufacturer in the UK and much of Europe in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, and produced most of the amps used by the most popular bands at the time. If you’ve heard an early 1960’s pop or rock record from the UK – you’ve heard Vox amplifiers.

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Vox Lil Night Train Amp Head – V110NT Cabinet Set

Vox Lil Night Train Amp Head - V110NT Cabinet Set

Another example of the concept of low-power tube amps – the Vox Lil Night Train Amp Head – V110NT Cabinet Set. A lot of players have real restrictions on how loudly they can play, but with amps like this there is no need to sacrifice real tube tone for the sake of the neighbors.

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Vox Night Train NT15C1 Amplifier

Vox Night Train NT15C1 Amplifier

The Vox Night Train NT15C1 is a very cool 15 watt tube amp with killer tone and versatility in a compact package!

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Vox AC 30 Head 1963 (Consignment) SOLD

Vox AC 30 Head 1963 (Consignment)  SOLD

Classic British chime and crunch await with this Vox AC 30 head from 1963!

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2010 JMI 15 Combo Amplifier No Longer Available

2010 JMI 15 Combo Amplifier No Longer Available

Here is a near-mint 2010 JMI 15 combo amplifier.

In the late 1950’s to the mid 1960’s, JMI – Jennings Musical Instruments – built Vox amps and these were *the* amps to have in the UK. In 1964, JMI was sold to the Royston group and American rights went to the Thomas Organ Company. Jennings left in 1967, Marshall became the dominant amplifier, and JMI folded in 1968.

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