The Twelfth Fret carries many quality Vintage and Used amplifiers, Amplifiers have their own unique voices and it can be very interesting to play through different models.
The XITS X4 is a 5-watt combo amplifier based on EF86, ECC83 and EL84 tubes - while it tends towards a chimey, VOX AC15
The Marshall stack, using models like the Marshall JCM800 and one or two cabinets, defined the look of the rock stage from the 1960s.
The Mesa Boogie Mark V amplifier is intended as the culmination of all the Mark versions before it, and is described as 9 amplifiers in
Louis Electric is run by Louis Rosano, who has been designing and hand building amps for over 20 years, with a who's who client list.
Built from 1965 to 1982, the Fender Pro Reverb amp originally pushed 40 tube watts (70 watts after 1976) out of a pair of 12
Introduced in 1959 as a 40-watt 4x 10 combo amp, the Fender Concert Amp was built until 1965, and was replaced by models like the
The Mesa Boogie Mark 1 combo amp was originally based on various Fender amplifiers - a Princeton with Bassman circuitry and a 12 inch speaker.
PRS 4x10 speaker cabinet from 2011, openback, in paisley tweed. Designed for Derek Trucks. Aged greenback speakers.
The Fryette Memphis 30 Combo is a versatile combo amp in all original condition.