British-made Fenton Weill Cadet valve (tube) amp in very good cosmetic condition and superb working order.
It sounds great – a great little amp and a joy to play through – does really good low-volume warm fuzzy overdriven sounds well: great little blues amp. Mic it up and it sounds huge…
It was a Fenton Weill Cadet that was used on Rod Stewart’s “Maggie May”.
Dating from around 1963, this amp is in very nice cosmetic condition – it has scuffs and marks to the tolex mostly on the edges but for its age it is looking great (see the detailed photos).
These little amps represent great value: a true hand-built valve-rectified vintage amp with 6w output that makes it perfect for recording or home playing.
This is pretty much the same circuit/amp as the Selmer/Futurama Corvette.
This is a UK 240v mains-powered model and will require a step-up transformer for operation in North America etc. We do not recommend using cheap generic Chinese mains transformers and can supply a high quality UK-made transformer if required.
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