Vox AC10C1 Guitar Combo Amplifier (10 Watts, 1x10")

- Output Power: 10W RMS
- Controls: Gain, Bass, Treble, Reverb, Volume
- Tube Complement: 2x12AX7, 2 EL84
- Speaker: 1x10-inch Celestion VX10
- Input Jack: 1/4" INPUT jack
- Output Jack: EXTERNAL SPEAKER jack
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 20.47 x 8.27 x 16.14" (520 x 210 x 410 mm)
- Weight: 27.12 lbs. (12.3kg)
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 30.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 25 x 19 x 12 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): AC10C1
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Vox AC10C1 Guitar Combo Amplifier

The Vox AC10C1 is an all-tube 10 watt amplifier that joins Vox's flagship lineup of tube amps, the Custom Series. More portable than the AC15 and more powerful than the AC4, the AC10C1 provides an array of classic Vox tones and comes equipped with studio-quality reverb and a master volume.

The AC10 was one of the first amplifiers to bear the Vox name and was available only for a short period of time in the early 1960s. Long adored for its ability to achieve rich, articulate tube tone at very manageable volumes, the AC10 has become a highly coveted piece of Vox history since its discontinuation in 1965.

Vox is proud to reintroduce the AC10C1 and provide players with an easy way to enjoy the legendary VOX top boost sound. Equipped with reverb and a master volume, the AC10C1 is the perfect companion for the home, studio or stage.
(9 ratings)
Submitted March 27, 2016 by Mike H in Fremont, CA
"Little amp big sound"
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Bought this amp looking for a replacement my old 5 watt Valve Junior amp. So happy I did. This amp looks beautiful, is smaller in size, and for small practice amp is almost gig worthy. If you were playing a small cafe or something it would actually done good there. I was looking for good clean tone, but punchy and have it break nicely when I want as I adjust how hard I play. This thing delivers that in spades. That is with the gain like on something like 2. Want distortion? Lots of gain to go from there. Sounds really nice there too and more than loud enough. Too loud for a living room situation if you want ;). What it is not is a ultra high gain shred amp. At least not on its own without pedals, but if you are looking for a good old fashion authentic tube amp AC 30 type sound then take a serious look at this one. I played both this and the AC15 and chose the AC10 as I felt it sounded better in a home / studio situation.
Musical Background:
Playing for 30 years. Mainly jam with buddies. Played in a few bands when younger
Musical Style:
Anything that is fun to play and sounds good
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