Is Vox AC15 good for jazz?
The Vox AC15 is great for Western Swing, Rockabilly, Blues, but for clean, Ellis, Farlow style, Jazz tones, like I like…i say absolutely, no. Unless you like Vox jazz tones.
Where is the Vox AC15 Handwired made?
Vox AC15 60th Anniversary Handwired Vox – Made in UK.
How many watts is a Vox AC15?
The VOX AC15 is the amp that started it all. Boasting both a Normal and Top Boost channel, the AC15 Custom is an all-tube, EL84 driven workhorse that delivers 15 watts of authentic British tone into your choice of a genuine Celestion Greenback or Alnico Blue speaker.
How is the Vox AC15 hand wired AMP?
A client sent in his new Vox AC15 Hand Wired amp for some upgrades. Almost done with it now (pix when complete), but I thought I’d do a little review for everyone. First, it is extremely well designed and built, in terms of the chassis, layout, board quality (thick turret board), and overall wiring/lead dress.
When did the Vox ac15hw1x come out?
The AC15HW1X was identical to the AC15HW1 except that it featured a Celestion Blue Alnico 12″ speaker. The Vox AC-15 tube amplifiers produced by JMI (Jennings Musical Instruments) from 1958 through 1969 were hand wired and featured point to point construction.
What kind of amps does Vox showroom use?
Like JMI AC-15 Vox amps from the 1960s, the 2010 model year Vox AC15HW1 and AC15HW1X amps feature true point to point, hand wired construction. In addition to a EZ81 rectifier, the tube complement includes three ECC83 (12AX7) preamp and a matched pair of EL-84 output tubes. The amp includes a Normal and Top Boost channel, each with dual inputs.
What makes a Vox hand wired head amp?
In the Hand-Wired Series, tubes, transformers, speakers, chassis, and custom parts all join together in an ideal state to deliver the richest and most powerful sonic experience – the ultimate amp. Not bound by tradition, the VOX Hand-Wired Series also provides a variety of new functions that keep pace with the needs of today’s artists.