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Vox Custom Classic AC15CC1X 15w 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp with Alnico Blues
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The Vox AC15 Classic Custom preserves the tone that made it a rock legend in the first place with updates for more flexibility and control. Master vo...Read More
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A rock legend with modern touches.
The Vox AC15 Classic Custom preserves the tone that made it a rock legend in the first place with updates for more flexibility and control. Master volume and global reverb and tremolo controls have been added, plus a rear panel impedance switch is provided for use with extension speakers. It generates 15W of tube power to drive a 12" Celestion Alnico Blue speaker, and delivers the warm, expressive tone of the original AC15. Tremolo and reverb are footswitchable via the included VF002 footswitch.
- All-tube design
- The warm tone of the original AC15
- 15W RMS power
- 12" Celestion Alnico Blue speaker
- Master volume
- Treble and bass tone controls
- Global reverb and tremolo controls
- Jack for VF002 footswitch for reverb and tremolo on/off
- 2 extension speaker jacks
- 8/16 ohm impedance switch
- Manufactured in the Vox factory
The Vox AC15 has the tone you seek and the performance you need. Order today and own one the best there's ever been.
Custom Classic AC15CC1X 15w 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp with Alnico Blues
- Power Output: 15W RMS into an 8 or 16 ohm loudspeaker load.
Internal speaker: 16 ohm, 12", 15W Celestion AlNiCo Blue speaker
Tube complement: 2 x EL84 and 2 x 12AX7
Rectifier: silicon rectifier with passive SAG circuit
Mains input: preset 100V or 120V or 230V or 240 V ~ 50 or 60 Hz depending on country of sale. Please see Rating Plate on rear of amplifier for exact specification
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I've owned my amp about one year now. I would agree the reverb can be strong and I will not go higher than 2-3. The trem has a very nice range which I use often. The amp I think works the best with humbucker type guitars. I have my vol/bass opened up all the way to get the best out of my buckers, the gain will range between 4-6 depending on what sound I want. For a small amp, it cranks out. It's light weight enough to pack around for me. I do ding it only because I would like to have a master, volume and gain separate. This amp down not have a master. Just my quirk that I like in my amps. The quality seems to be up as I don't have any problems. I bought used and have not changed out tubes. Didn't come with the footswitch, so I ordered one through MF as I like to pop in and out from trem to clean. I use effects board on my other amps, but mostly just play with what the amp has as I don't like to clutter up things. I believe those looking for a nice Brit / 60-70's tone will enjoy this amp without killing the pocketbook even at the full pop.
Wow, this little gem is amazing. I've never hear an amp with this low wattage sound as full and powerful, not to mention SMOOTH. My model is of superb quality and is has very responsive controls. The tremelo and reverb are nice features as weel. However, the reverb is very strong on this sucker, I can only put mine at 3 o'clock. The tremelo has a nice range. It can go from very choppy to barely noticeable, and it has good variety of speed as well. The amp distorts nicely when pushed, and handles other pedals well. All around a great quality amp. Oh, by the way, GO WITH THE ALNICO BLUES!!!
I've owned, over the recent past, the following - 1966 Fender Super, blackface, point to point, all original. 1968 Marshall 50, all original, 1968 basketweave cabinet with greenbacks. I mention this because it was my point of comparison. This little Vox is the most useful, amazing sounding amp I have ever owned. I have sold my Super because of how awesome it is. Light, small, cute, but a total ripper. I have never used more useful tone/boost controls, or had more useful tones at all volume levels. Obviously, if your playing out, you need to mike it, but that's what everyone does, now, isn't it? I wouldn't trade it for anything.
i bought this recently and it rocks!works great for a variety of thingsrock/blues/indie and its loud enoughfor the gigging musician
I have owned this for two months. It far exceeds anything I have ever seen in this class. The Alnico blue is definitely worth the extra money. Very sweet.