Customer amp gallery
Guitar amplifiers of every size and colour.
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Pine was good enough for Fender’s vintage amps, so it’s good enough for today’s amps. For his SE-5a Andy used
“Just wanted to send a picture of the SL-18 with 12-inch Heritage Celestion Speaker cab, both from Chris Uff, so
“Finished my build, but have one problem. When the amp is cranked to maximum (last mm of travel on pot)
“Here’s a photo of my happy 36 watter and its 15in Weber blue dog speaker. I used 12AU7s in preamp
“Thanks for all, Here is a pic of the finish amp (sounds great). I made the cab myself.”
“I finished my PP-18 a couple of months ago. I’ve played maybe ten gigs with it and used it for
“You may remember a while back I bought one of your plain cabs for the WF-55 amp. Here’s a couple
“I have now completed my project which was the conversion of a Vox Pathfinder 15 watt solid state amplifier having
Whenever an Amp Maker kit is built upside-down – as here, where it hangs from the top of the combo
Another classic head here. Cristian used his own chassis and tweaked the standard SE-5a layout very slightly to look a
“I finally managed to convert my 1940s Bush DAC90 valve radio into a PP-18. It’s fair to say it was
It’s amazing how a few cosmetic choices can give an amp a different character. Andy had a Tweed-covered speaker cabinet
“Glad you like the bread bin. I added a footswitch socket on the front next to the input.”
“Perhaps you’ll remember, a few years back I bought two SE-5a’s, a Double Six and a PP-36 from you. The
“The box is a Peavey Studio Pro 1×12 cabinet. It covered up part of your logo so I covered all
I often get asked when I’ll do a bass amplifier kit. For now it’s some time off, but some customers
Here’s an alternative to the usual plain wood or vinyl/tolex covering: newspaper! Richard borrowed the decoupage technique used in furniture.
“I have finished building my WF-55 amplifier which is now in my custom enclosure which is a recycled 1947 Radio
Here’s a gorgeous combination: beautifully finished blue tolex SE-5a against a stunning honey-coloured Explorer.
“Thank you very much for all your components and your advice. I finally finished my amp and it sounds pretty
“Here are a couple of pics of the amp I previously bought off you (N5X). I am running the KT66
“As you can see the amp has been in regular use at practice and live gigs,in and out of motors
“Going to attach some shots of my AD30 clone. I’m building an enclosure for it while building the amp. It’s
With an interesting approach to the 2×12, Marius’ SE-5a is complete. “I would like to share the end result with
“Here are a couple of images attached of the finished amp. Had a great time building the amp and have
What’s better than an SE-5a? Two of them in one box! Charles explains:”Despite it’s simplicity and beauty, for me there
“Last year I built a P1800, which is now back in its original state again. All trials for modifications did
You don’t have to follow the Marshall style: for Ian’s PP-18 amp build, he decided to use the same style
“The amp is all finished now, picture attached. It’s a 5W single-ended Class A design using mostly your parts taken
Here’s a conversion of an old solid-state amp: the Marshall Lead 12 combo at the top of Brian’s 3-way stack
“Amp is all built and sounds great. I’m using it through a 2×12 Basson cab loaded with OEM Eminence speakers,
“Hope you are keeping well. The Princeton was finally finished 3 to 4 weeks ago. I’ve attached a few photos
“Attached are some pics of the SE-5a. I’ve got to tell you: this amp rules! It sounds really awesome. I’m
“I’ve attached a photo of my fully completed N5X amplifier. I built the cabinet from pine furniture board using finger
David started with a rustic box and a cassette player case. It’s now a stereo amp with 6V6 output valves.
“I finished this build must be nigh on 18-24 mths ago and it has been through a few revisons since.
This is my favourite cabinet style of all. The so-called Mk1 Bluesbreaker may be chunkier than the classic Bluesbreaker type,
“This has been my first start to finish amp build and as I intend to use the amp with a
“About two months ago I bought a chassis, switches, lots of other hardware at your store. I was very satisfied
“Finished wiring at the weekend but didn’t get time to do testing till today. All testing went smoothly and the
Tristan started off with a standard N5X and then looked at options for adding more gain while keeping it switchable
“I probably made a few neighbours mad, but I couldn’t stop playing this thing. It floors my old Marshall Valvestate
“I’ve attached a photo of my completed ‘Grizzle’ amp (an SE-5a in sheep’s clothing – literally). I constructed a case
The PP-18 amp that Kare bought was a Christmas present for his son. The cabinet he made to house it
Robin used the Amp Maker 18W output transformer, chrome knobs and tag boards for this fascinating build. “It all started
Jean-Loup dispensed with the chassis and panels that came with his N5X amp kit and built the amplifier into an
“I’ve attached some photos of an outboard valve pedal I am prototyping, based on the Vox Top Boost pre-amp circuit.
“My head I showed you is actually a bed… It is or was a mango wood bed, that me and
“I built an amp for my son for Christmas using parts ordered from you. The amp is based on your
“Really happy with the the tone overall versatility of the amp. Recorded a couple of song ideas with it
“I thought you might like to see some pictures of the cab I built for my WF-55. The amp build
“I’ve completed the amp and cab and have had great feedback from my fellow musos. Decided to base the cab
“For fun, and potentially busking!!!”
“This is the first time I’ve attempted amp building or cabinet making and whilst they are pretty simple I’m proud
“I used the SE-5a standard for 8 years with Fat,Bright and EQ switches. The cab is one of Chris Uff’s.
“I’m very pleased with the N5X kit, the online information and support is great. I like the ability to tweak
“Hi Barry. Project finished. Main timber is recycled architrave over 100 years old, the timber is Australian Red Cedar (Toona).
Now here’s a very different approach to building a combo cabinet. “I am just sending an email to say that
This is as unique as it is wacky: an amp covered in denim instead of tolex. Well, if tweed’s good
Tim opted to house his WF-55 in a conventional tweed-covered combo cabinet. “I was crazy busy at work and ended