Vox AC15C1 Custom 1x12" Tube Guitar Combo Amp (Purple Tygon)


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First introduced in 1958, the AC15 15-watt combo has been at the forefront of a rock & roll revolution that took place in England and forever changed the world. Now Vox introduces the next incarnation of this renowned amplifier, the AC15 Custom Classic (AC15CC). Like its big brother, the AC30 Custom Classic, the flexible, affordable AC15CC has been updated with modern features in addition to the traditional specs to create one of the most versatile amps available.

This AC15 is equipped with a single 12” Celestion G12M Greenback speaker.  The Greenback is voiced with additional broad mid-range attack and restrained top-end to give a forward, punchy attitude to chords and a searing lead tone. This legendary loudspeaker suits a wide range of playing styles and has been heard on some of the most historical rock recordings ever made.

The AC15C1 has an array of features including Master volume, spring Reverb, Treble and Bass controls and Tremolo with fully variable Speed and Depth. Tremolo and Reverb are footswitchable with the included VF002 footswitch. The speaker impedance is switchable (8 or 16 ohms) for connecting external cabinets. This Limited Edition AC15 features Purple vinyl covering along with Purple Tygon cloth.

Get your VOX AC15C1 1 x 12 15 Watt Valve Combo Amp today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

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