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Amps & Effects
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pre-1973 Marshall

Amps and Cabinets 

EX-OASIS Thick sided, the real deal. We have had one of these for many years. Celestion 2 x 12, a very rare find and this ones a little special if you are a fan of Oasis. Certicate signed by Noel Gallagher. Original Transformers and Choke, great sounding Combo. The sticky crap can be removed. Be quick - one only!
Fender Concert Combo. Brown Tolex, early 1960s, a players amp. This one was used by the late BB King on the BBC show “In Concert”.This is a great piece of music history and comes complete with documentation. A rare find for the price of a reissue!
Lovely Vox AC30 made in 1964. Candy panel, Treble Chassis with Silver Celestions. In excellent condition. Awaiting Images
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Fender Concert Combo £2500.00
Marshall JTM45 Combo 1966/7 2x12 (EX-OASIS) £13,750.00
Vox AC30 1964 £1995.00
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Cornell Vintage Brown £975.00
The   Cornell   Vintage   Brown   10   “Honouring the 80’s” Vintage    refers    to    the    1980’s sound.     Brown     refers     to     the tone     sought     after     by     many guitar         players         of         that generation.    It    is    common    for modern            amplifiers            to incorporate        several        valve stages    to    achieve    high    gain. This      tends      to      reduce      the response,   colour   the   tone   and suppress    the    player’s    natural technique. By    incorporating    the    guitar’s volume   control   as   part   of   the amplifier’s   preamp   design   this   amp   will   deliver   plenty   of   gain   and   still   retain the   guitar’s   tone   and   feel.   It   works   by   having   more   than   the   normal   amount   of gain   in   the   first   stages   of   amplification.   With   the   guitar   on   full   there   will   be   pre amp   distortion,   while   turning   the   guitar   volume   down   will   clean   up   the   sound. You   can   have   a   Vintage   Brown   10   in   a   different   covering.   We   have   dozens available   and   some   are   zero   cost   extras.   Or   you   might   want   a   different   speaker - maybe a Celestion Vintage 30.
Cornell Vintage Brown
About     Plexi.     Most     of     today's guitarists     are     aware     of     some amplifier   history,   and   "Plexi"   must be      one      of      the      best      known nicknames       for       a       range       of amplifiers    produced    by    Marshall from    about    1963    to    1969.    We have     refined     this     fundamental design    to    its    ultimate,    tailoring the     components     and     adjusting the      circuit      to      produce      the definitive   Plexi   sound.   Back   in   the late   60s   there   were   very   few   rock   bands   not   using   this   type   of   amp,   and   still today   this   classic   tone   can   be   heard.   The   Cornell-Plexi   amp   has   that   instantly recognisable   sound,   and   if   you   play   rock,   or   simply   want   the   Plexi   tone,   this range   of   amplifiers   is   an   absolute   necessity.   Whether   it   is   the   18/20   head   or combo,   or   the   45/50   stack,   these   amplifiers   are   in   the   business   of   classic   rock tones. Cabinet not included!
Cornell Plexi 45/50 Head £1895.00
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Cornell Romany 12 £1145.00
At   a   maximum   of   10   watts, you   won't   be   using   it   at   your local    gig,    but    the    Cornell- Romany   Plus   is   not   small   on tone.    It    will    become    your friend,    a    tool    to    create    or develop        your        personal sound     and     playing     style.            The    Cornell-Romany    has    a natural       distortion       sound that   was   popular   in   America back     at     the     beginning     of guitar        amplifier        design. Amplifier-makers       at       that time   sold   it   to   the   Blues   heroes   whose   technique   has   since   become   the classic   distortion   sound.   The   output   is   produced   from   a   single   valve,   known as   "single-ended   class   A   output".   The   lack   of   cross-over   distortion   when   the valve clips, results in the Cornell-Romany tone.
The        Cornell-Romany has   a   natural   distortion sound          that          was popular       in       America back    at    the    beginning of        guitar        amplifier design.             Amplifier- makers     at     that     time sold     it     to     the     Blues heroes                    whose technique      has      since become       the       classic distortion    sound.    The output       is       produced from   a   single   valve,   known   as   "single-ended   class   A   output".   The   lack   of   cross- over distortion when the valve clips, results in the Cornell-Romany tone.
Cornell Romany 10 £799.00
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Cornell Plexi 7 Green £799.00 (1x10); £850.00 (1x12)
The   Cornell   Plexi   7   combo   is   a   superb   addition   to   the   Cornell-plexi range.   It   will   give   you   that   quintessential   plexi   ‘Jimi’   sound   but   in   a compact   version   that   is   small   enough   for   your   bedroom,   and   portable enough   to   sit   on   the   back   seat   of   your   car   and   be   taken   to   a   rehearsal or studio. Miked up, you can even gig with it. With   this   classic   British   circuit   as   its   starting   point,   Denis   has   captured perfectly   the   plexi   panel   classic   rock   tones   of   the   60’s.   Don’t   be   fooled by   its   small   size   though…the   mighty   7   Watts   of   valve   tone   may   still   be too much for your neighbours. To   combat   this,   you   can   switch   the   output   down   in   steps   from   7   Watts to   1+1/2   Watts,   1/4   Watt   or   even   1/8th   of   a   Watt!   You   will   still   get incredible output valve distortion, but at tiny volume.
The   Cornell-Plexi   18/20   is   made   to   the   basic   circuit   of   the   PA20   Plexi   panel   which   was   produced   in the    60s.    Additional    Cornell    design    features    like    the    switchable    valve    rectification    and    power reducer are fitted as standard. Complementary    push-pull    class    "A"    output    has    been    used    in    many    renowned    amplifiers throughout   the   history   of   guitar   amplification.   The   problem   with   this   basic   circuit,   which   has remained    common    to    all    manufacturers    with    some    minor    differences,    was    one    of    unequal current   flow   through   each   output valve   and   unacceptable   crossover distortion.    At    high    output    levels the    problem    is    accentuated    and results in a fuzzy sound. We   have   corrected   the   design   and resolved   the   problem   by   balancing   the   output   and   reducing   the   crossover   distortion.   This   results   in a   much   smoother   sound   at   high   output   levels,   the   output   having   very   little   crossover   distortion.   The difference can be seen and measured on an oscilloscope. We   have   encapsulated   the   components   and   called   it   the   Cornell-Cream   Box   which   describes   the output    tone.    We    now    use    this    circuit    in    all    of    our    complementary    Class    "A"    push-pull    output designed amplifiers.
Cornell Plexi 18/20 Head or Combo (1x12 and 2x10) £1180.00 (Head); £1499.00 (1x12 combo); £1499.00 (2x10)
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Timeless Tone - Exquisite Amplifier Design
Arbiter   Fuzz   Face   made   1999   by   Denis   Cornell   for   Arbiter,   these are    NOS    but    they    have    new    replacement    boxes.    Fitted    with AC128.
Arbiter Fuzz Face £199.00
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This classic vintage Marshall JTM45 was purchased from the original owner.Made in 1966, in excellent condition & stock. Complete with Original cover. Awaiting Images.
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Marshall JTM45 £4995.00
TBA £0000.00
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Amps & Effects
Fender Concert Combo. Brown Tolex, early 1960s, a players amp. This one was used by the late BB King on the BBC show “In Concert”.This is a great piece of music history and comes complete with documentation. A rare find for the price of a reissue! Contact us Contact us Contact us
EX-OASIS Thick sided, the real deal. We have had one of these for many years. Celestion 2 x 12, a very rare find and this ones a little special if you are a fan of Oasis. Certicate signed by Noel Gallagher. Original Transformers and Choke, great sounding Combo. The sticky crap can be removed. Be quick - one only!
Lovely Vox AC30 made in 1964. Candy panel, Treble Chassis with Silver Celestions. In excellent condition. Awaiting Images
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Fender Concert Combo £2500.00
Marshall JTM45 Combo 1966/7 2x12 (EX-OASIS) £13,750.00
Vox AC30 1964 £1995.00
Marshall JTM45 Combo Contact us
Cornell Vintage Brown £975.00
Cornell Vintage Brown
Timeless Tone - Exquisite Amplifier Design
The Cornell Vintage Brown 10 – “Honouring the 80’s” Vintage   refers   to   the   1980’s   sound.   Brown   refers   to   the   tone sought   after   by   many   guitar   players   of   that   generation.   It   is common   for   modern   amplifiers   to   incorporate   several   valve stages   to   achieve   high   gain.   This   tends   to   reduce   the   response, colour the tone and suppress the player’s natural technique. By    incorporating    the    guitar’s    volume    control    as    part    of    the amplifier’s   preamp   design   this   amp   will   deliver   plenty   of   gain and   still   retain   the   guitar’s   tone   and   feel.   It   works   by   having more   than   the   normal   amount   of   gain   in   the   first   stages   of amplification.   With   the   guitar   on   full   there   will   be   pre   amp distortion,   while   turning   the   guitar   volume   down   will   clean   up the   sound.   You   can   have   a   Vintage   Brown   10   in   a   different covering.   We   have   dozens   available   and   some   are   zero   cost extras.    Or    you    might    want    a    different    speaker    -    maybe    a Celestion Vintage 30.
About   Plexi.   Most   of today's        guitarists are   aware   of   some amplifier        history, and   "Plexi"   must   be one     of     the     best known      nicknames for      a      range      of a    m    p    l    i    f    i    e    r    s      produced                by Marshall             from about   1963   to   1969. We   have   refined   this   fundamental   design   to   its   ultimate,   tailoring the    components    and    adjusting    the    circuit    to    produce    the definitive   Plexi   sound.   Back   in   the   late   60s   there   were   very   few rock   bands   not   using   this   type   of   amp,   and   still   today   this   classic tone    can    be    heard.    The    Cornell-Plexi    amp    has    that    instantly recognisable   sound,   and   if   you   play   rock,   or   simply   want   the Plexi    tone,    this    range    of    amplifiers    is    an    absolute    necessity. Whether   it   is   the   18/20   head   or   combo,   or   the   45/50   stack,   these amplifiers   are   in   the   business   of   classic   rock   tones.   Cabinet   not included!
Cornell Plexi 45/50 Head £1895.00
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Cornell Romany 12 £1145.00
At   a   maximum   of   10   watts,   you   won't   be   using   it   at   your   local gig,   but   the   Cornell-Romany   Plus   is   not   small   on   tone.   It   will become   your   friend,   a   tool   to   create   or   develop   your   personal sound   and   playing   style.         The   Cornell-Romany   has   a   natural distortion    sound    that    was    popular    in    America    back    at    the beginning   of   guitar   amplifier   design.   Amplifier-makers   at   that time    sold    it    to    the    Blues    heroes    whose    technique    has    since become   the   classic   distortion   sound.   The   output   is   produced from   a   single   valve,   known   as   "single-ended   class   A   output".   The lack   of   cross-over   distortion   when   the   valve   clips,   results   in   the Cornell-Romany tone.
The   Cornell-Romany   has   a   natural   distortion   sound   that   was popular   in   America   back   at   the   beginning   of   guitar   amplifier design.   Amplifier-makers   at   that   time   sold   it   to   the   Blues   heroes whose   technique   has   since   become   the   classic   distortion   sound. The   output   is   produced   from   a   single   valve,   known   as   "single- ended   class   A   output".   The   lack   of   cross-over   distortion   when the valve clips, results in the Cornell-Romany tone.
Cornell Romany 10 £799.00
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The           Cornell Plexi    7    combo is       a       superb addition    to    the   range.      It      will give     you     that   plexi              ‘Jimi’ sound   but   in   a c    o    m    p    a    c    t      version    that    is small       enough for                 your bedroom,   and   portable   enough   to   sit   on   the   back   seat   of your   car   and   be   taken   to   a   rehearsal   or   studio.   Miked   up,   you can even gig with it. With   this   classic   British   circuit   as   its   starting   point,   Denis   has captured   perfectly   the   plexi   panel   classic   rock   tones   of   the 60’s.   Don’t   be   fooled   by   its   small   size   though…the   mighty   7 Watts       of       valve tone    may    still    be too   much   for   your neighbours. To      combat      this, you   can   switch   the output      down      in steps   from   7   Watts to      1+1/2      Watts, 1/4    Watt    or    even 1/8th     of     a     Watt! You     will     still     get incredible      output valve        distortion, but at tiny volume.
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Cornell Plexi 7 Green £799.00 (1x10); £850.00 (1x12)
The   Cornell-Plexi   18/20   is   made   to   the   basic   circuit   of   the   PA20 Plexi   panel   which   was   produced   in   the   60s.   Additional   Cornell design   features   like   the   switchable   valve   rectification   and   power reducer are fitted as standard. Complementary    push-pull    class    "A"    output    has    been    used    in many    renowned    amplifiers    throughout    the    history    of    guitar amplification.    The    problem    with    this    basic    circuit,    which    has remained    common    to    all    manufacturers    with    some    minor differences,    was    one    of    unequal    current    flow    through    each output    valve    and    unacceptable    crossover    distortion.    At    high output   levels   the   problem   is   accentuated   and   results   in   a   fuzzy sound. We    have    corrected    the    design    and    resolved    the    problem    by balancing   the   output   and   reducing   the   crossover   distortion.   This results   in   a   much   smoother   sound   at   high   output   levels,   the output   having   very   little   crossover   distortion.   The   difference   can be seen and measured on an oscilloscope. We   have   encapsulated   the   components   and   called   it   the   Cornell- Cream   Box   which   describes   the   output   tone.   We   now   use   this circuit   in   all   of   our   complementary   Class   "A"   push-pull   output designed amplifiers.
Cornell Plexi 18/20 Head or Combo (1x12 and 2x10) £1180.00 (Head); £1499.00 (1x12 combo); £1499.00 (2x10)
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Arbiter   Fuzz   Face   made   1999   by   Denis   Cornell   for   Arbiter,   these are    NOS    but    they    have    new    replacement    boxes.    Fitted    with AC128.
Arbiter Fuzz Face £199.00
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This classic vintage Marshall JTM45 was purchased from the original owner.Made in 1966, in excellent condition & stock. Complete with Original cover. Awaiting Images. Contact us
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Marshall JTM45 £4995.00
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