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 Boogie Mark 1 combo amp was originally based on various Fender amplifiers - a Princeton with Bassman circuitry and a 12 inch speaker.
The Mesa Boogie Lonestar amp was intended to be a 'desert island' pick - if you could have only one amp, it would be this
The Hughes and Kettner Statesman Dual 6L6 combo amp is a 60-watt unit that offers exceptional versatility, from sparkling cleans to thick creamy tones.
The Fender Vibrolux Reverb amplifer was built between 1964 and 1982, with 35 watts through two 10-inch speakers and with two 6L6 power tubes.
Built from 1965 to 1982, the Fender Pro Reverb delivered 40 watts (70 watts after 1976) into two 12-inch speakers and is a very versatile
The Fender Deluxe amplifier and its descendent, the Deluxe Reverb, has been one of the most widely used combo-style amps of all time.
During the 1970s and 1980s, the 100-watt Ampeg V4B was one of the standard powerhouse bass amplifiers, seen on thousands of stages around the world.
The Fender Bassman amplifer first appeared in 1952 as a companion to the new, groundbreaking Fender Precision Bass. First in combo format, in
Traynor made many models of amps, starting with bass amplifiers. Eventually the 25-watt, single 15 inch speaker Traynor Bass Mate YBA-2 appeared, and