Wallace AC-5075 X.T. MK II

Super-rare amp head from the hands of legendary 60s Soho amp builder Ted Wallace. Sporting a pair of...

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Super-rare amp head from the hands of legendary 60s Soho amp builder Ted Wallace.

Sporting a pair of Golden Lion KT66s, it produces a very loud 50-watts, and features some of the neatest wiring you’ll have have the pleasure of gazing on (see the photos). But be warned – this unit is extremely heavy: carrying it by the single handle for any distance is not advised.

We’ve had a few of these amps through now (including the AC2000 that is now permanently resident in the studio) and, like all the ones we’ve heard, this one sounds simply stunning. It’s no wonder that these relatively unknown amps are jealously guarded by their owners and rarely come up for sale.

Condition is very good – minor signs of age and a few marks on the covering.

Features switchable impedance: 4, 8 or 16 ohms.

Switchable voltage for use anywhere in the world.

If you want to know a bit more about the history of these amps then this Wallace article from Guitarist Magazine is a good place to start.


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