Vintage 1970s Simms Watts AP100 100w 4×12 Amplifier Cabinet

£395.00

Vintage 1970s Simms Watts AP100 100w 4x12 Amplifier Cabinet

Vintage 1970s Simms Watts AP100 100w 4×12 Amplifier Cabinet

£395.00

In stock

Vintage 1970s Simms Watts AP100 100w 4×12 Amplifier Cabinet

Vintage 1970s Simms Watts AP100 100w 4×12 Amplifier Cabinet

Built like a tank in the 70s, this cabinet is a true powerhouse. Extremely rare & sought after! You’ll not find a sound like this, and a build quality to this extreme! Complete with Goodmans & Celestion speakers, and brand new castors to make this that bit more transportable.

Please note: this is pictured with the matching Simms Watts AP100 head, which is not included in this listing, but is for sale on our other items. If you’re interested in the matching set up, get in contact.

Serial Number: 2876

Impedance: 8ohms

Speakers: 2x Goodmans Audiom 12P-D, 1x Goodmans Audiom 12P, 1x Celestion G12M

Watts: 100w (3x speakers are 50w, 1x is 25w so will need to be ran at 100w safely)

Condition

Overall very good condition, with only slight wear and tear to the tolex. There has been a previous split to the corner of the cabinet, but this has been clamped and glued, making it even more secure than original. The cabinet is missing the Simms Watts front logo.

Originality

Externally original. However, the 4x speakers have been changed in the past, but sound as good, if not better, than the original Simms Watts speakers.

This item is currently listed for UK delivery only due to the size and weight. Get in contact if you’re serious about purchasing abroad.

At The Music Locker we will do all we can for you to get the instrument you want. You’re more than welcome to come and have a play on this, coupled with one of our vintage guitars!

Additional Information

Country of Manufacture

England

Era

Brand

Simms Watts

Stock

In Stock

Watts

100w

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