Since I am not a dealer I can't list a brand new one, but I removed this from removed the box tested everything, took pics for reverb, and it went back in the box.

Lil' Elvis is a breakthrough amplifier rooted in some lost designs from the early '60s' best designer. Based on a 2xEL84 power section, 12AX7 front end, and clean output of 12 Watts. The authority and vocabulary of this little amp are truly surprising and inspiring. One will never feel that he's playing a small amplifier at all. With the feel of a mini-4x12 rig, Lil' Elvis is truly a pleasure for the rock, country, jazz, R&B, and hard rockers alike.

In addition to a truly astonishing vocabulary, touch response, and harmonic content, Lil' Elvis has 65's 'Master Voltage'™ (patent applied for). Our Master Voltage is a large leap forward in power technology. Not a scaling schema, attenuator, or master volume, the Master Voltage keeps the entire vocabulary, authority, and responses down to 2 or 3 watts. This feature makes Lil' Elvis an outstanding recording, small club, or large stage amp especially when in-ear monitors are required for your gig.

Features include the Master Voltage™, passive FX loop, 2 speaker outs, a unique tremolo, and tone for days.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Lil' Elvis 1x12 Combo
Finish
  • Cream
Categories
Year
  • 2010s

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Sherman Oaks, CA, United States
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