There may never have been an amp boasting such a lofty and pure sound in the entire history of VOX.
With its dual 12” speakers, timeless look and essential sound, the ’65 Twin Reverb® is a truly magnificent tone machine that takes you back to an electrifying era with defining Fender sound and style.
The standard for modern guitar versatility and muscle.
The AC10 was one of the first amplifiers to bear the VOX name and has long been adored for his ability to achieve rich, articulate tube tone at very manageable volumes.
The AC10VS improves upon the standard model with an all-new 10” Celestion V-Type speaker which enhances the dynamic range of the amp, allowing for even more clarity and tonal versatility.
The critically acclaimed DSL40C shares most of the same great features as the DSL100H: footswitchable Classic/Ultra Gain channels, rear panel Pentode/Triode switch (40 Watt down to 20 Watt).
The Blues Jr. Lacquered Tweed takes Fender's 15W gem and gives it the true vintage treatment with a lacquered tweed covering and a vintage-voiced 12" Jensen speaker.
For those who crave more power, the AC30 expands on the captivating sound of its little brother by doubling the wattage.
This all-new AC30 represents the evolution of an iconic sound, pairing legendary VOX tones with a simple, modern approach to amplifier design.
For countless guitarists ever since, the Deluxe Reverb has been the go-to amp for classic Fender sound.
Designed to be used with the CODE100H head, the CODE412 is a 120 Watt, 4 x 12″ angled cab, loaded with custom speakers.
From rehearsal room to live performance, the DSL100H all-valve head is truly versatile.
The ID:Core Stereo 10 V2 is a 2x5W ultimate entry level guitar amplifier.
The FLY 3 is an innovative, cutting edge 3 watt mini amp which combines two channels, tape delay and the Blackstar patented Infinite Shape Feature (ISF) to create the perfect compact and portable guitar amplifier.
The guitarist with an eye and ear for late-’60s Fender “silverface” style will love the ’68 Custom Princeton Reverb, which honors the classic look and great sound of that era’s amps.