This 10 watt beauty, based on Fender's 5F10 Harvard of 1955-1960, could be the ideal tweed amp. Offering classic tweed tone and sweet drive sound, although less aggressive than the Delux when opened up. One of the noteable Harvard players, Steve Cropper, recorded many of the great R&B songsof the sixties, as the guitarist for Stax Records house band, Booker T and the MG's. Paired with an early Telecaster, Cropper's Harvard produced the trademark soulful licks found on the hits songs of Stax artists, Sam and Dave, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding and others. The beautifully crafted and reliable Roadhouse 10 gives you legand certified tone for the studio and home, or mic it up for gigs.
- Hand Wired, based on Fender's 5F10 Harvard Circuit, with some upgrades to layout and bias circuit
- Power: 10 watts
- Single Channel, two inputs
- Adjustable fixed bias control, on exterior of chassis
- Controls: Volume and Tone
- Tubes: Two 12ax7's one-amp. two 6v6's power, one 5y3 rectifier
- Speaker: 12" Jensen P12Q
- Cabinet: Laquered Tweed over hand selected pine
- Highest Quality Components: Minimum 1 watt resistors (runs cool/reduces hum) and silver plated 20 ga. PTFE wire used throughout. Mercury Magnetics transformers.
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