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Victoria 5112 tweed combo amp - USED, from Victoria

5 watt 1x12 Tweed Combo - excellent condition. Sounds Wonderful !!!

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What We Think

Condition: Used, excellent

This is one of the most popular Victoria tweed amps on the market and it's one of the best 5 watt amps we've ever heard!  Ready to step up to hand-wired, boutique quality?

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Manufacturer's Description from Victoria

Eric Johnson once said "the best amp in the world has just one knob" - simple. One input for single coils, one input for hummies. A faithful recreation of Leo Fender's 5F1 circuit produced in '57 to '61 Champs - just with an Eminence Legend 12" speaker in a larger Deluxe style solid pine cabinet. This amp doesn't need reverb - there are so many harmonics and overtones happening that reverb would wreck it. Class A - simple, direct, all tube circuit. Tubes: 1 preamp, 1 output, and 1 rectifier. Just turn it on and go! Excellent volume for home and neighbors. For 5 watts it is LOUD. Use an extension cabinet or mike it for gigs. Very versatile depending on volume selected.

Victoria Amps

About Manufacturer

In 1993, I set out to faithfully recreate the crown jewels among the many classic amplifiers developed by Leo Fender. The tweed amps of the late 50's defined the sound of rock and blues on vinyl and on stage, but they had also become increasingly scarce, and well beyond the reach of most working musicians.

Specifications

Wattage: 5 watts

5F1-type circuit. Single ended operation.Cathode bias design.Tube complement:1-5Y3WGTA, 1-6V6GT, 1-12AX7

1-Eminence Legend 12" speaker. Cabinet Dimensions (HxWxD, Inches) 16.5 x 20 x 9.5

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