One of the best solid state amps ever- 1967 Vox Pacemaker! 17-watts with EQ and Tremolo. Front grill has been replaced. $599!

The 1960s Vox Pacemaker is a vintage tube guitar amplifier known for its iconic sound and compact design. Here are the general specifications for the 1960s Vox Pacemaker:

  • Type: Tube guitar amplifier
  • Power Output: Around 15 watts
  • Tubes: Typically equipped with EL84 power tubes and ECC83 preamp tubes
  • Speaker: Often features a single 10″ or 12″ Vox speaker
  • Channels: Single channel
  • Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, and Tremolo effect
  • Input/Output: High and Low inputs, external speaker output
  • Construction: Compact and lightweight combo design

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