American Style

Woody Brownface Bassman
Woody Brownface Bassman
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Beautiful dove joints on the cabinet, done by a local craftsman. Next version will probably do the racing strip all the way around. Also doing another in solid cherry without the racing stripe. I really like this size of head. It’s small enough to put on a single 12″ cabinet but also big enough that I can build just about anything into the chassis.
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Bare wood front panel until final approval of design.
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This amp is waiting on final cosmetic touches. I believe I will end up with this as the grill cloth in the front but want to make sure before finalizing. You may notice that most of my amps don’t have handles in the pictures. This allows the user to select the exact look that they want.

 

Jonesy Tweed Style Bassman
Jonesy Tweed Style Bassman
Tweed Bassman Faceplate
Tweed Bassman Faceplate
Tweed Bassman Back
Tweed Bassman Back
Woody Princeton Style
Woody Princeton Style

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Woodie Champ with 8" Celestion
Woodie Champ with 8″ Celestion

This gallery shows some different American style amplifiers that we have recently built. We’ve been going though a “Woody phase” lately as I really like the natural wood look. The cabinets are built by local craftsman typically and can be built in any style you desire.

The Brownface bassman is a early 60’s style similar to what Brian Setzer (Stray Cats) uses. The cabinet is made of Cherry and Birch.

The rest of the 50’s style heads are all done in Pine with some accents of hard woods.

You know you are Jonesing for a Jonesy!