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 Mesa Express line is one of the most affordable, versatile amps available from Mesa Engineering, delivering switchable channels and power levels.
The Louis Electric KR12 design is drawn from the amp built for and used by Hubert Sumlin, who for years was Howlin Wolf's guitarist.
The Mesa Boogie Mark V is an incredibly versatile amplifier, intended to contain the sounds of all the previous Mesa Mark series amps in
The Fender Super Amp has been built in a number of versions over the years, starting as 20 watts in 1946 and coming to the
The Mesa Boogie Mark 1 was an unexpectedly significant amplifier, blending a Bassman circuit and 12 inch JBL into a Fender Princeton chassis and cabinet
Ampeg products have been the standby for high powered bass amps for years, with many large spaces filled by the SVT, and clubs with Porta-Flex
For many Canadian musicians, Traynor amplifiers and PA gear dominated the sonic landscape from the 1960's. Traynor Custom amps were very popular.
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.