The new Mini 

 

The Mini has always been my favorite amp of the lineup. It’s a big, fat, loud aggressive Champ killer in a tiny package. Hell, it was the first Vintage 47 amp I bought (before I was involved with the company) and I still have it. Sometimes I think I’m the only one that feels the love, though. It’s one of our slowest selling amps, getting tromped by it’s more expensive class A siblings, the Suitcase & Spectator. Could be folks are stand off ish  to the 6 x 9? I don’t think so as the Twin Supreme is one of our better selling amps, & it has a pair of 6 x 9’s! Do folks find it an ugly ass amp? Maybe. Which brings us to…

 

 

Same great Mini, but  it now has the top mounted chassis for easy control access, a pilot light, and the power cord is connected in the back of the amp and now has a safe place to live. 

I made a few & are available on the Specials & Prototype page. Please chime in and let me know what you think. 

 

 

Old School Suitcase

We dug into the Vintage 47  Scematic archives & found the original Suitcase schematic. Just like one of David’s originals. Based on the Valco 510-11 circuit, it has a lovely fat tone & silky smooth breakup. Not a super loud amp, but great for bedroom and small garage jams. It has a 5U4GB US old US made rectifier, another old stock US made 6V6 and a JJ 6SL7 preamp tube

 

Just $695 with free shipping to the lower 48 states.