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Pairs the Valve Junior Head with a matching cab for distinct vintage style and undeniably powerful tube tone.
This Epiphone half-stack includes the Valve Junior Head and Valve Junior Extension Cab.
Part of Epiphone's Valve series of tube guitar amps, the Valve Junior Head is a straight-forward, single-ended Class A tube amp. This head version of the Epiphone Valve Junior tube guitar amp includes features not found in its combo cousin. It has DC filaments for both the preamp and power sections to reduce unwanted filament hum. It also has 4-, 8-, and 16-ohm speaker outputs so you can drive any kind of guitar speaker from a single 8" box to a 4x12" cab. Simple to operate, it delivers fabulous tube tone from singing to searing with a simple twist of the volume knob. Like the combo version, the Epi Valve Junior Amplifier Head delivers 5W power with one 12AX7 tube in the preamp and an EL84 in the power amp. Sports stylish vintage-style red and black vinyl covering with white piping and a cream front panel.
Featuring birch plywood construction, superior audio design, and cool retro looks, the Epiphone Valve Junior Extension Cab is the perfect match for Epiphone's Valve Junior Head. The speaker cabinet is equipped with a custom designed, 16-ohm, 12" Eminence Lady Luck speaker rated for 70 watts RMS.
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Comments about Epiphone Valve Jr. Half-Stack:
Delivers pure unaltered guitar tone. Allows you to really hear the differences in the wood, pick-ups, strings, etc. from your guitar(s). Takes pedals really well and, if your into modifying amps, easy to modify. The stock stack is extremely useable. For my taste, I put my trusty old Celestion Greenback in the cab and a ECC83 in the preamp. I play my Gibson Les Paul and Fender Strat into the "Epi Rig" and I can get killer tone for every genre. This stack is definitely a modern classic.