To achieve their goal of embodying the feel of '60s rock, 65amps starts out with premium components and hand-crafted construction, resulting in a look and feel that's second to none. The sound is unmatched as well, for example, the Stone Pony 25W Combo Amp is packed with 12" Celestion drivers for resounding bass performance and the unique 7591 power tube, which creates fuzzy distortion that will instantly bring to mind the 1960s-era Stones and Faces.
If you're looking for a combo amp that's powerful yet ultra-portable, take a look at the Ventura 112. Packing a 12" driver and 20W of power into an amp not much bigger than a briefcase, this all-in-one performer can create American and British-inspired tones with equal ease. Being so easy to pick up and carry from gig to gig while making no compromises on sound quality, the Ventura 112 is one of the headliners of the 65amps lineup.
All that it takes to understand the quality of 65amps is to skim a list of the artists who use them, such as Vince Gill and the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach. In fact, most of Bruce Springsteen's "Magic" album was recorded on a 65amps London. With seals of approval from some of the world's most discerning musicians, it's not so much a question of what 65amps can do for you, but instead what amazing things you can do with 65amps.