Unique Tube Amps for Guitar

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The Amps

Sixteen

Retro

Retro 6V6

DynaMite

Dyno Tweed

Octal Champ

Mini Champ

Jazz Tank

Fanon Restoration

Living Room Amp

Sleeper

Although building unique guitar amps is a hobby, I would consider selling some of them to pay for new projects. My goal would be to recoup the costs of building the amp or making another one if I had to buy new parts. Several of my amps are on consignment at a local guitar store.

Octal Champ
Octal Champ Combo with the 10" Crate/Emminence speaker: $425

DynaMite
DynaMite head: $350
Marshall speaker cabinet with a 10" Emminence Redcoat: $150

Retro V - SOLD
Retro V tweed head: $400
Tweed cabinet and 10" Celestion G10 speaker: $700

Sixteen Combo
Sixteen combo with a vintage Fender 12" speaker: $700

Jazz Tank
Jazz Tank Head: $500
Matching tweed cab with a vintage Fender 12" speaker: $200

Fanton Sleeper Amp
Fanton combo: $500

Custom Amps
I could build you a custom amp. As you can see, the price of a head is about $500, which depends on the the cost of parts (transformers are expensive!)

Check out my tube guitar amp repair blog (on MySpace)

Natural health research and writing is my main career. I'm a licensed naturopathic physician. www.naturdoctor.com and LinkedIn

Building and selling tube amps for guitar and HiFi is a hobby based on my previous career as an Electrical Engineer. Ampersand Amps