My first real valve amp. I used this amp for years before it blew up! I then leant it to BIMM… they fixed it and have used for weekly live performance classes ever since!
I’ve had this great little amp on loan from Cornford ever since I started doing the my first columns for ‘Guitarist’ magazine. It’s a very lower powered (6 watts I think), very basic valve amp; meaning that you can crank it up, getting a great sound at a (relatively) low volume; perfect for recording.
I’ve also done several gigs with this amp (mic-ed up!)
Another purchase from my Leeds College of Music days (and I still have the student loan to prove it!).
A British made valve amp with stunning tone and enough gain to make you sound like you’ve practised for a lifetime!
Again, this one spent many years in unusable condition after I blew it up at a gig. After some searching I finally found a guy who managed to repair it without the aid of a circuit diagram.