Magnatone Amps

Magnatone Super Fifteen Amp

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15 watts of British sparkle and gain in a compact size!

From gigging to recording, the Magnatone Super Fifteen whispers and screams with golden-era British authority.

Its 12AX7 and EL84 tubes take you from full-bodied cleans to brawny British crunch with the twist of a dial.

No pedals are required to coax this amp into breakup. The Magnatone Super Fifteen MKII makes an excellent plug-and-play guitar platform.

Independent gain and master volume controls allow you to get that sweet tube breakup without punishing your eardrums!

What's more, this handwired head is packed with modern features!

Speaker-emulated line and headphone outs give you options for silent practice, monitoring, and tracking.

Magnatone Super Fifteen Head Features:

• 15-watt head that's big on Marshall tones.

• Tubes: 3 x 12AX7, 2 x EL84.

• Power: 15 Watts Push-Pull, Class AB.

• Headphone out for silent practice.

• High-gain and low-gain inputs favor all pickup types.

• 3-band EQ and Presence knobs for dialing in your sound in seconds.

• Gain and Master controls give you total control over breakup and output.

• FX loop.

• Size: 10.5" x 25.9" x 8.5".

• Weight: 16.9 lbs.



Type Amplifier
Brand Magnatone Amps
Condition New
Format Head
Input 120V AC
Number of Channels 1
Tubes 2 x EL34, 3 x 12AX7
Controls Presence, Bass, Mid, Treble, Master, Gain
FX Loop Yes
Size 10.5" x 25.9" x 8.5"
Weight 16.9 lbs
Accessories Cover
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year
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