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There's no doubt that some of the best tone ever to come from an amplifier was produced by the vintage amps of the 1960s. But at the same time, there's a lot to be said for modern electronics and all they have to offer for your sound. This leads us to the question, "where's the middle ground?" - and the answer is 65amps. The concept behind their design is that musicians should have access to classic '60s tone and modern-day adaptability all at once. It's an idea that 65amps have definitely succeeded in delivering, so if you're looking for an amp that can handle everything you throw at it with no compromise on tube-driven gain, you've come to the right place. As with any amplifiers, the first choice to make with 65amps is whether you want a head or a combo. Amp heads like the London Pro 18W Tube Guitar Amp Head and The Ventura 20W Tube Guitar Amp Head bring a lot of versatility to the table, because you can connect them to virtually any speaker you like. That could be one of 65amps' own speaker cabinets, a favorite cab you already own, a venue's PA system or even a mixer for direct recording in the studio. The need to add on a speaker is the one drawback of amp heads, so if you're looking for the convenience of having a speaker built in, you'll want a combo unit instead. 65amps has plenty to tempt you, from the Whiskey 45W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp to the SoHo 20W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. And don't forget to check out their pedals as well - the germanium-based Colour Boost, Colour Bender and Colour Face effects are perfect opportunities to push your 65amps performance even further. If you're ready to break down the barriers between decades, you're ready for 65amps. Giving you the best of vintage tone and modern electronics tech, these amplifiers have earned themselves a well-deserved ranking high in the guitar amp hierarchy. Those of us who have played on 65amps in the past will already know that firsthand - and if you haven't, isn't it time you found out for yourself what these amps are capable of?