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Here's an original 1964 Vox AC-30 Bass Model. Rare, incredible sounding example, that's in perfect working order! The amp has lived in a (professional) studio for many years now, and was well maintained. The electronic differences between the AC-30 Treble, Bass, and Normal amps are extremely minor...just the values of two tone voice capacitors.The transformers on the amp are original, along with both 12" Grey Alnico Celestion speakers. Besides a couple cap's being changed internally, the rest is straight. It's hard enough to find these, let alone ones that hasn't been butchered! All 6 inputs on the amp sounds magical....including the gorgeously lush vibrato. The original foot switch is included as well! This isruly a piece of music history...

Weight : 72lbs

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Listed3 years ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
Brand
Model
  • AC-30/6 Twin Bass 3-Channel 30-Watt 2x12" Bass Combo
Categories
Year
  • 1964
Made In
  • United Kingdom
Speaker Configuration
  • 2x12"

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