Magnatone Single V Tube Combo Amp Features:
30-watt, 4 x 10" combo amplifier
Part of the Magnatone Traditional Collection
A love letter to mid-century American tube amps
2 channels/4 inputs of pure Class AB tube goodness
Touch responsive — clean to crunch without rolling a knob
No master volume — tube output saturation at its finest
Authentic Magnatone varistor-based vibrato and tremolo
Tube-driven 4-spring reverb tank with counterwound springs for enhanced clarity and detail
10" custom speakers based on discontinued Jensen C10Ns
Includes FX footswitch and cable
Proudly handmade here in the USA
American Tone Reimagined
Strong touch dynamics
Like the classic, the Single V is extremely responsive to picking dynamics. You can truly go from clean to crunch without rolling a knob. Fingers to flatpicking, the Single V gives back every ounce of emotion you put into it.
Four 10" custom speakers
The ceramic-magnet 10" drivers inside the Magnatone Single V pay tribute to the long-discontinued C10Ns in Larry's beloved '59 tweed. These speakers further enhance the yesteryear American voicing that many guitarists spend their entire careers trying to achieve.
Tube-driven Onboard Effects
Legendary Magnatone vibrato and tremolo
Designed in the late '50s, the varistor-based Magnatone vibrato circuit is widely accepted as one of the best-sounding vibrato and tremolo circuits ever made. Updated for maximum reliability, the LFO in this circuit is now more stable than ever and allows for a wider range of effects — from extremely slow modulation to very fast flutter. You can switch between vibrato and tremolo modes, and you can even control the modulation speed with an external expression pedal (sold separately).
Counterwound tube spring reverb
You just can't beat the sound of tube-driven spring reverb. The Magnatone Single V combo packs a 4-spring reverb tank with counterwound springs. It's generally accepted that counterwound springs deliver a clearer sound with less resonance and "clang." Expect a luxurious and spacious sound from the Single V, even at high reverb levels.