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  • Vintage 1964 Vox AC30 Treble Copper Woden Valve Amplifier Combo
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Vintage 1964 Vox AC30 Treble Copper Woden Valve Amplifier Combo


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Vintage 1964 Vox AC30 Treble Copper Woden Valve Amplifier Combo

Vintage 1964 Vox AC30 Treble Copper Woden Valve Amplifier Combo

This is the AC30 of legends. Introduced in the spring of 1964, this ‘Treble’ version has been the backline of many legendary albums and performances. The brown-backed grill cloth, charcoal covering, brass vents, radiused back edge, amongst many other indicators, show this to be the Spring ’64 model. This particular amplifier was purchased from the original owner in Sheffield, UK. He’d owned it since new, and had used it for many gigs throughout his gigging days. It had been sat in the corner of his room since the 1980s, after the Woden transformer blew. When we purchased it, we had the original transformer rewound, and a gifted tech give it a twice over. It is now back to its full potential, and absolutely sings! This is, therefore, an uncirculated 1964 Vox AC30, with the original ‘egg’ pedal.

The majority of the WIMA components are still there, along with the original matched set of Woden transformers, and 1777 cones. There are only a small amount of changes on this, including the three handles (no Vox markings), fuse holder, mains lead (modern replacement), jack input for an external speaker cabinet, chassis mounted smoothing capacitor, GZ34 (now JJ), and the output valves. Of the 4x ECC83s and 1x ECC82 all, apart from one JJ, are the original Mullards! It is relatively untouched on the circuit board, with only a small amount of components changed over the years. Cosmetically, it is in good condition, as pictured. There are a few light scuffs to the tolex, most notably underneath where the tolex has come off completely, and the grill cloth is slightly sagging. The rarity of this amplifier makes this a real collectors amplifier!

Serial Number

Unfortunately the serial number has been scratched off in the past, meaning we had to date this separate to the serial number.

This amplifier has been serviced to a playable & safe standard, by one of our leading amp techs. To find out more about what our service includes, please check out our terms and conditions before purchasing.

Please have a close look at the high resolution photographs below, as these form part of our description.

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!

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The Music Locker prides itself on offering vintage and collectable pre-owned instruments and equipment (the Products).

We take all reasonable steps to ensure the equipment has been inspected by a competent person in the UK to ensure it complies with UK safety standards. This may mean it does not comply with the current standards in the country in which it will be subsequently used. It is the purchasers’ responsibility to ensure it is inspected by a competent person knowledgeable with the relevant electrical safety standards within that country, prior to connecting to any live electrical circuit.

It is the philosophy of The Music Locker to keep all items as original as possible, only changing original components when absolutely necessary. This includes valves, capacitors, transformers, potentiometers, frets, etc. This gives the buyer the option of tailoring to their exact needs, and may mean that the item is not operating at optimum performance levels. Therefore, your personal preference may differ, depending on your circumstances (i.e. collector or musician), and you may decide to service the item in more depth upon receiving.

The Music Locker cannot accept responsibility for any costs of refurbishment to a standard different to the one advertised.