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stuartwbuchanan
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Posted - 06/06/2014 :  12:52:08 PM  Show Profile  Visit stuartwbuchanan's Homepage  Reply with Quote  [Reply to Topic]  | [Reply w/ Quote]
From a Goggle+ Post. VOX AC15C1 - just click on Picture to see pics and captions. A great British Amp with Crunchy Tone and Moderate OD: https://plus.google.com/112885889121395946070/posts/PxwfyDSY1MS



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Posted - 06/06/2014 :  2:31:41 PM  Show Profile  Visit mcintalker's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I agree with you on that amp! The AC15 is a gem of an amp and the C1 will do for starters, until I can find a made in the UK Top Boost model.


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Originally posted by mcintalker

I agree with you on that amp! The AC15 is a gem of an amp and the C1 will do for starters, until I can find a made in the UK Top Boost model.


Michael


Anything UK made is going to be better and I own (3) UK made Amps but not the C1 but I have UK Tubes in it so it is closer to the Tone I like. The JCM 800 is 1982 UK Made and it is quiet as a mouse as far as noise background.

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When I lived in Washington state, a local shop had an AC15 LTD(?) that looked traditional, was made in the UK and was handwired. I kept thinking about buying it, but the guy wanted $2k for it and I figured I could find one cheaper.

So, the hunt continues.....I will have a Vox amp.

Michael
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Originally posted by mcintalker

When I lived in Washington state, a local shop had an AC15 LTD(?) that looked traditional, was made in the UK and was handwired. I kept thinking about buying it, but the guy wanted $2k for it and I figured I could find one cheaper.

So, the hunt continues.....I will have a Vox amp.

Michael


That was cheap only $2,000, but everything stock? Then figure on a Re-Cap job and Re-Tube it is closer to $3,000. Some real old vintage even need new High Voltage resistors and paper cone speakers need a Re-Cone. It would be a find if you found one from the early 1960's during the Beatles hey day.

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This was a new amp, not vintage. Vox put out a Limited Edition that was handwired with the original styled cabinet/tolex/piping, etc, long before they started doing the fawn colored HW series.

I lived in WA in 2006 and the amp was NOS, maybe a 2004 or 2005? So it didn't need anything.

There is a vintage Top Boost around "town", but the guy keeps changing his mind about selling it. Maybe I'll have the cash when he does.....
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Some pics and captions from my flicker Site of the Marshall DSL40C with Vintage effects: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mavericmanic/14651516004/in/set-72157645729330793

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Some pics and captions from my flicker Site of the Marshall AS50D Acoustic Amp with Vintage effects: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mavericmanic/14653353372/in/set-72157645677909512

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