Vintage Sound Amps pays tribute to the classic amps of the 50’s and 60’s. Our philosophy in amp building is very simple. With our designs, we did not set out to build a clone. We only took the most sought after features and tone from the early classics amps and made modifications unique to Vintage Sound Amps, incorporating requested features by our customers over the years. These design changes make our amps more versatile and up to date while retaining that sought after Vintage Tone.
All Vintage Sound Amps are point-to-point hand-wired. Our cabinets are custom built for us and are built with high quality pine. We use top quality filter caps and electrolytics, carbon comp resistors, high quality tone caps, solid core pushback wire, and custom hand wound transformers Made in the USA. Amplifiers come with your choice of Warehouse (WGS) or Weber speakers–all Made In USA. We use top quality tubes by Tube Amp Doctor (TAD). All amps come with a five-year limited warranty to the original owner and include a signed and dated tube chart on the inside of the cabinet.
Optional accessories include two-button footswitch and custom padded cover. (Accessories come standard with our Signature Series.)
All Amplifiers can be ordered directly through Vintage Sound Amps, Inc. except where noted.
We are not a store and all amplifiers are built to customer specs, choosing form the list of options on our website.
Returns are accessed a 15% restocking fee plus all shipping cost, if any apply. The return must be within 72hrs of delivery with a Return Authorization number from Vintage Sound Amps, Inc, in the original box and in New condition.
We do not accept returns on any custom build where the customer chose:
- a non standard configuration.
- a speaker or color combination not listed on out website.
Cancellations of a custom order are assessed a 15% restock fee to cover the cost of custom ordered parts and time, plus the time to find a customer that wants an amp designed to someone else’s specs.
Vintage Sound custom amps were inspired by the Black Face and Tweed amps of the 50’s and 60’s.