Made to deliver the best of both worlds, 65amps are made for artists who love the vintage sounds of 60’s rock and roll, but don’t want to give up the features and durability of today’s modern amplifiers. Whether it’s for a live gig, a studio session, or just a practice at home, 65amps offer amazing dynamic range that will deliver tones like you’ve never had before.
In 2002, 65amps was founded by Dan Boul and Peter Stroud. Stroud, a touring musician who has worked with the likes of Don Henley, Stevie Nicks, and Sheryl Crow, wanted to create an amp with the classic rich tones of large tube amps, but that could be played at a low volume, providing a versatile, low-powered option to guitarists. Officially debuting in the winter of 2005, 65amps continue to unleash unmistakeable guitar sounds thanks to artists the world over.
What sets 65amps apart is their hand crafted construction and use of exceptionally high quality components. When you plug into one of 65amps amplifiers you can rest assured that it will sound incredible. Take, for example, the Stone Pony 25W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp; with its 7591 power tube, you’re in for distortion that makes it perfect for tackling that British crunch of the 1960s. If you’re looking for a powerful amp, but size is a factor, the Ventura 112 1x12 20W Tube Guitar Combo would be the perfect option for you. This versatile amp can easily help you create unmistakeable American and British inspired tones that will ring loudly, all while being small enough to transport effortlessly from gig to studio to practice space. As an amp that isn’t a pain to move, while still delivering amazing sound, the Ventura is one of 65amps most popular models.
65amps have become a favorite of musicians everywhere. From Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, to Vince Gill, to Bruce Springsteen (who recorded most of his album “Magic” on a 65- London), these amps have passed the tests of musicians who are notoriously finicky about new technology. In the end, you can’t argue with the amazing sound that 65amps delivers. Whether you’re screaming through a solo, or looking for some vintage jangle, these amps are absolutely second to none.