1963 Vox AC/30

This is a vintage 1963 VOX AC/30 Super Twin electric guitar amplifier manufactured in England by Jennings Musical Industries Ltd. This particular original Fawn Super Twin (piggyback) AC30, is in very excellent all original condition and includes the original footswitch. Historically significant, rare, and utterly amazing sounding, this amp is impossible to replace.

This incredible amp is in nearly 100% all original condition and includes: matching head and speaker cabinets (designated as a Super Twin), Fawn exterior, the traditional Candy (Copper) panel, Brown Diamond Lattice pattern grillcloth, brass vent louvers, tall black pointer knobs, and a duet of of Celestion T.530 Azure Blue “Bulldog” AlNiCo 12″ speakers.

Serial Number: 9053 B

This incredibly rare version features the aforementioned Fawn exterior, as well as, a trio of original Woden transformers, all original White Erie resistors, original WIMA capacitors, (3) Brimar preamp tubes, a Westrex, Ltd. chassis, and a traditional P.A.Glock 2×12″ cabinet with 3/4″ sides.

George Harrison used a ’62 Fawn AC-30 very early in The Beatles’ career (aside John Lennon’s Fawn AC-15), and famous Vox endorsee Cliff Richards used several Fawn AC-30s with The Shadows. Later players, such as Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, used Fawn AC-30s as well. Sure, there is an incredible alumnus of Vox AC-30 users, but the elite Fawn AC-30 has such a distinct appearance, indicitive of those made during a very small period of time, used by a veritable who’s who of early-’60s British rock stars, and for good reason… this amp sounds even better than it looks!