1960 Vox AC-10 TV Front

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At A Glance:
Model: AC-10
Year: early 1960
Finish: Original
Repairs: Some caps changed, speaker reconed etc

    The AC-10 was introduced in 1959 to fill the gap between the student AC-4 and the AC-15. 12 watts through a 10” speaker, it would later be fitted with a second though the ever increasing search for volume meant it was retired in 1965. 

    Cosmetically in not bad shape, the original vinyl type is more susceptible to staining and tearing but this one has survived quite well here with only minor damage around the edges and corners. The cloth is in good shape having only suffered some minor damage. All badges and handle are in good shape and original.

    The control plate is in good condition as are the plastics.

    Internally there have been some repairs but nothing too substantial. Transformers are correct and parts that have been replaced are included in a bag. 

    Original speaker has been reconed and now works a treat!

    Looking for that classic Vox chime at a reasonable volume or some British crunch for the studio? Then look no further.

    Packing a lot of punch into a tiny package, this small wattage power house has a lot ot offer and is a RARE to find and see original AC10 TV amp.

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