The CR20L is a practice amp made for every level of guitarist. 3 Band EQ, Over Drive, and Master Volume give you control over the tone. Headphone Out makes it possible to practice anywhere. Different than the 12L in that it features an 8″ speaker and Aux In for MP3 or CD, the Orange Crush PiX CR20L amplifier has the legendary Orange basket weave Tolex, woven speaker grille, beading and legendary hieroglyphs (PiX) and of course the Orange signature picture frame edging. But it’s not just cool looks, plug into this great little Orange Crush amp and you’ll soon realize it is Orange through and through.
$ 2,799.00 $ 4,000.00
The 4 bridgeable inputs and 2 volumes, bright and normal, provide wide tonal versatility. The master volume and classic British 4 band tone stack deliver classic ’70s crunch tone at any volume. Add in your favorite effects with the all tube buffered effects loop to expand the possibilities even further. All this with Magnatone’s exclusive Varistor Pitch Shifting Vibrato. If there ever was a “Super-Vibe” this is it.
Available in the standard black and silver cosmetic or the Limited Edition Cream “Perfectumundo” cosmetics.
So side by side, how are the MK I and MK II different?
VIBRATO DRIVE CIRCUITRY: The MK I drive circuitry is all tube. The MK II is an updated SS circuitry.
RECTIFIER: The MK I uses the GZ34 rectifier, while the MK II employs a diode rectifier.
VIBRATO EFFECT: The MK I has two-stage Vibrato, the traditional Magnatone effect. The MK II has single stage vibrato for a deeper effect. And bridged, the MK II gives you a univibe sound.
INPUTS: The MK I is classic Magnatone, with has both normal and vibrato channels. The MK II has four bridgeable inputs and two volumes, and includes bass and treble inputs. Bridging the inputs blends the tonalities for more customization. And, vibrato is in both channels.
$ 2,699.00 $ 3,778.00
This is the Magnatone Panoramic Stereo, a 12 watt ton of fun in a convenient 2x10” package, all wrapped in brown and gold cosmetics! This amp is powered by four EL84s, and features Magnatones exclusive varistor pitch shifting vibrato for some real funky psychedelic swirls, right out of your amp. The vibrato is also switchable to traditional tremolo, should you want to go that route.
Silvertone was the brand name that Sears was using for all of their musically related products in the 1960s including guitars, amplifiers, radios, record players and more. Sears would contract with another manufacturer to make products that they could then sell through their popular catalog. The Silvertone amplifiers manufactured by Danelectro in the mid-1960s have become the most popular among guitar players for their great tube tone and Cold War-era styling.
The 1481, 1482, 1483, 1484 and 1485 amplifiers were made with particle board cabinets and thin, bent aluminum chassis sometimes incorporating blocks of wood but that's where the cheap parts end. Sears was sourcing tubes from RCA and rebranding them with their Silvertone name. The 1484 and 1485 both come with the ever so desirable RCA manufactured 6L6GC power tubes.
The daddy of the whole series is the 1485 which features six 10" Jensen speakers and produces about 120 watts! This amp can also be a bit difficult to find. It came with a matched quad of 6l6 power tubes to make all that power. It also had two channels, that goofy reverb and the luscious tremolo with footswitch. The 1485 doesn't really have a Fender equivalent which made it pretty unique in the 1960s.
These amps are known and revered for their unique tone as well as the mild-to-wild overdrive. You can go from a light drive to full blown rock and roll with the slightest change of attack on the strings.
This amp head appears to be all original with the exception of the power cord, which has been replaced with a grounded power cord. All in all, this amp head is in 'Excellent' condition.
The Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Guitar Amplifier Head brings together big tone and the utmost in versatility thanks to a Multi-Watt 50/150W selectable power modes, fixed bias control, and eight total amp voicing modes usable across the head's three total channels. Going all over the place from Pushed Clean to Vintage High Gain to straight-up Raw, conjuring three completely unique modes and serving them up at your beck and call via footswitch is just a few knob twists away.