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Marshall SC20c Studio Classic Series 20w 1×10 Combo Amp

Marshall SC20c Studio Classic Series 20w 1x10 Combo Amp

The new Marshall SC20C, part of the Studio classic line, is based on one of the three most revered Marshall amps in history – the JCM800 2203.

Price: $1699 CAD
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Marshall SV20c Studio Vintage Series 20w 1×10 Combo Amp

Marshall SV20c Studio Vintage Series 20w 1x10 Combo Amp

The new Marshall SV20C in the Vintage Studio line is a portable combo with the raw power and classic rock voicing of the original Marshal Plexi’s all valve tone.

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Kendrick The Rig Tube Combo Amp 1×12 Tweed, 2008

Kendrick The Rig Tube Combo Amp 1x12 Tweed, 2008

Here’s a Kendrick The Rig tweed tube amp, built during 2008 and pushing about 35 watts through a single 12 inch speaker courtesy of a pair of 5881 power tubes. The 5881 is very similar to the 6L6GB tube, but with greater ruggedness.

Price: $1799 CAD
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Watkins Dominator Mark 1 Reissue 35 of 100, Retro Blue

Watkins Dominator Mark 1 Reissue 35 of 100, Retro Blue

Here’s something very special – a Watkins Dominator Mark 1 V Front Amplifier Reissue in Retro Blue. Hand built in the UK by John Beer, of Amp-Fix in Devon, UK with the full approval (and signature!) of Charlie Watkins, the original builder, this is number 35 of 100 built. The amp design closely follows the original Watkins Mark 1 circuitry, with improvements for current safety standards; the redesign was done by Chris Uff of English Valve Amps.

Price: $2350 CAD
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Ampeg B15N Portaflex Stack, 1960s

Ampeg B15N Portaflex Stack, 1960s

Let’s start off with a classic amp in a format I’ve never seen before – an Ampeg B15N B Portaflex amp stacked on an extension cabinet!

Price: $2200 CAD
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Fender Pro Combo Amp 1×15 Brownface, 1963

Fender Pro Combo Amp 1x15 Brownface, 1963

One of Fender’s earliest amps and built from 1946 to 1965, the Fender Pro combo amp carried a singe 15 inch speaker and grew from 18 to 40 watts before being replaced by the Pro Reverb amp. Initially called the Professional, shortened to Pro in 1948, this amp is one of the rarer Fender amps. Its circuitry is very much like the VibroVerb, but without reverb.

Price: $2250 CAD
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