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ValveTrain Amplification is pleased to announce the release of the Concord Amplifier. Retail priced at $499 the Concord boasts all point to point hand wiring and delivers a blistering 6 watts RMS through a custom designed 10" speaker.

Designed in the tradition of the masters, the Concord features a 12AX7 dual-triode preamp tube driving the signal through a 6V6 power tube. Inspired by the simplicity of the amp designs of the 1960's, the amp controls are Volume, Treble and Bass. Built with top shelf components, this Concord is the real deal. All major components including our custom designed, hand made 10" speaker, are proudly made in America. The chassis is constructed of high grade aluminum with custom wound transformers, and are hand wired at our ValveTrain facility in Sorrento, Florida.

The Concord delivers a varied tonal spectrum from shimmering cleans through crunch all the way to total saturation. A quick flick of the guitar volume knob controls the full range of the Concord's voices. The Concord is great for home, studio or small venues and with a microphone in front, it will fill the largest of venues.

"We went back to school on the design this amp." said Rick Gessner of ValveTrain. "We looked hard at how companies like Fender and Ampeg were able to design and build high quality professional amplifiers at competitive prices in the 60's. We followed their approach and this enabled us to produce a top quality hand wired amp at a very attractive price."

Named for Concord, Massachusetts, the town where the Revolutionary War started, the Concord is the first shot of the effort to bring high value, hand built production amplification back to American shores. There are over 50 American small to medium size businesses in the supply chain behind every one of these amps.

ValveTrain Concord
All Tube Combo Amp
Hand built in America
6 Watts RMS

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