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Vox Custom Series Amplifiers

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For fans of Vox amplifiers, the British invasion never ended. That was the era when this British label came onto the radar of North American musicians, and its iconic sound has kept it there ever since. And although they make a lot of different amps, the lineup of Vox Custom Series amplifiers is, without a doubt, the jewel in their crown. Dating back to the 1960s, these amps go hand-in-hand with classic British rock but are versatile enough for virtually any genre and sound. No matter what you play, you'll be able to rock it with a Vox Custom Series amplifier - combo or stack, it's your choice! The selection makes both configurations an option, so the decision basically comes down to your needs.

Want to skip the separate shopping for an amp head and cabinet, and just take home a whole stack with a few clicks? In that case, check out the bundled packages: the Vox 30w Custom Tube Guitar Amp Head with 2x12 Cabinet, and the Vox 15W Custom Tube Guitar Amp Head with 2x12 Cabinet. Of course, if you'd prefer to look at each piece separately, you'll find both amp heads and the 2x12 cabinet also available here individually. On the other hand, for those of us who prefer the convenience of an all-in-one, there are plenty of combo amps in styles ranging from the single-driver Vox Custom AC15C1 15W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp to the twin-speaker AC30C2X 30W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp.

It doesn't matter if you go for a combo or a stack - either way, you're signing up for some legendary tube-driven tone when you pick up one of these Vox Custom Series amplifiers. The biggest difference will be in how you use them. Go for something small like the AC15C1 if all you need is a compact recording and jamming rig, or size up to a 30W half-stack if you've got some big venues to play. It's up to you, so go ahead and browse through the lineup. The one thing it won't do is disappoint!