This is a Mojotone 50 watt tube bass amp kit housed in an old Sears Corona radio from the 1940’s. It's a simple straight forward amp with five basic controls. Master volume, bass, midrange, treble, and gain. A quick turn of the gain knob takes this amp from clean and punchy to overdriven nastiness and everything in between. 

  • Heyboer Transformers

  • Orange Drop Capacitors

  • Passive and Active Inputs

  • Power Rating - approx 50 watts

  • Tubes - KT66 (2), 12AX7 (2)

  • Solid State Rectifier

  • 2, 4, and 8 ohm selectable impedance switch

  • Removable power cable

  • Dimensions are 9.75" deep x 10" tall x 18.75" wide. 

* Cabinet sold separately

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1940's Oshkosh Tweed Suitcase Amp

Very cool old Oshkosh tweed suitcase. The circuit is a copy of a 1950's 5F2A. This is a great amp for blues, old school rock. Inside the suitcase there is a solid pine cabinet for added support and superior tone. 

  • Classic Tone Transformers
  • Eminence Ragin' Cajun 10" Speaker
  • Separate Volume and Tone Knobs
  • Power Rating - approximately 7 watts 

Contact British Audio Service in Nashville, TN for details. 

1937 Philco "big bullet" radio amp

This is a super cool old Philco radio amp. The circuit is a tweed Champ 5F1 circuit. Sounds great for old school blues, jazz or early rock and roll music. 

  • Classic Tone Transformers
  • Warehouse Guitar Speakers G8C 8" 20 watt Speaker
  • Single Power/Volume Knob
  • Power Rating - approximately 5 watts

Contact British Audio Service in Nashville, TN for details