Carr Amplifiers Launches New Lincoln Combo Amps

Carr Amplifiers’ Lincoln concept began with a 1964 Vox AC10, which the company purchased from a collector, and adds an expanded tonal range and the convenience of channel switching, Carr said.

The new Lincoln combo amplifiers offer everything from sparkling cleans to heavy overdrive with the tap of a toe, lush reverb on both channels, and a two-position attenuator for the full 18 giggable watts, or a house-trained 6 watts, the company said.

Features include:

Carr Amplifiers’ Lincoln Combo Amp

  • 18 Watts full output
  • OD channel Low/High Gain switch, for ‘70s Swamp to ultra ‘80s overdrive
  • Clean channel Normal/Bright switch - Warm AC to Top Boost Jangle
  • Foot switchable channels and OD Hi/Low
  • Built-in switchable attenuator 18/6 watts
  • Celestion Creamback M-65 12” speaker
  • All tube Reverb in each channel
  • All NC yellow pine cabinet
  • Analysis Plus cable
  • Two EL-84s, or four 12AX7
  • 100% point-to-point wiring
  • Solen Aerospace Satellite power supply capacitors
  • Selected mixed resistor types - Custom Carr power/output transformers
  • Local made saddle leather handles
  • Solid pine dovetailed cabinets (built in house)

Carr Amplifiers began in 1998 with a passion for hand-wired vacuum-tube guitar amplifiers, taking inspiration from the classics of the ‘50s and ‘60s and adding new features, refinements in tone, reliability and ease of operation, the company said.

Retail/Street $2,830 for the 1-12” combo; $3,030 for the 2-12” combo

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