The 205 is Valvetrain Amps nod to the 1955 Fender 5F2A Princeton. This amp has a huge tone in a compact package. This is a faithful recreation of a classic amp, that still captures the same soulful tone of the original.
The Trenton is here to answer the needs of today’s guitar players. Offering up two distinct switchable voices with all hand wired, all tube circuit. The RAW switch cuts the tone control and gives you that early 60s’ blackface vintage tweed sound. The Bright switch will add glass and bite to your tone.
The Bennington Pro is an amp that is perfectly at home in a club or a studio. 45 watts, tone shaping controls, and a footswitch enabled RAW mode. It also boasts the Valvetrain Amps voiced all tube spring reverb, and as always point to point hand wiring and Eminence Speakers.
The Stage 20 and Stage 50 were created for the guitarist who needs convenience and versatility of a modeling amp, but wants and needs that classic tube tone. They were created for today’s modern guitar player and bring all tube analog power to a digital world. They are 20 and 50 watts respectively as the name implies. Either of these amps would be perfectly at home in a club, studio or in your living room.
- Custom wound ClassicTone power transformers.
- Speakers are from Eminence or custom built for us by Weber VST.
- Our combo cabinets are solid pine or baltic birch plywood for true Old School tone.
- Switchcraft and Cliff jacks and switches from Carling and Mountain
So to summarizse, Valvetrain is a newer company that is really making a name for themselves. They offer great quality hand wired amps that sound amazing and will definiely stand the test of time. Go to americanmusical.com to check out our selection of Valvetrain Amps!