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Vox Conqueror Beatles Stack amp cab 1968

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It also was the most popular of the solid state amps introduced by Vox in 1967 and was very similar to the "Buckingham" amplifier sold by Thomas Vox in America.
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Vox Conqueror Beatles Stack amp cab 1968

The Conqueror amplifier was one of a series of five new Vox solid state guitar amplifiers introduced by Jennings Musical Instruments in the summer of 1967. The two channel Conqueror head is rated at 30 watts RMS. It replaced the UL 730 "hybrid" amp introduced by Vox just one year earlier. It also was the most popular of the solid state amps introduced by Vox in 1967 and was very similar to the "Buckingham" amplifier sold by Thomas Vox in America.

The two channel modular preamp of this amplifier is identical to the preamp found in the Supreme, Defiant and Virtuoso amps and very similar to the design and features of the US Vox Buckingham. The Normal channel features Volume, Treble, Bass, Tremolo Speed and Tremolo Depth controls along with a "Top Boost" switch. The Brilliant channel has Volume, Treble, Bass, MRB Effects and Distortion Sustain controls along with an "MRB" switch. Also, just like the Buckingham, the reverb effect was assignable to either channel. The head is covered in traditional Vox basket weave vinyl with gold tadpole piping accents and the Vox grill is displayed on both the front and rear panels. 

The matching 2x12 Cabinet contains two original 12" Celestion Silver Alnico speakers. The Vox logo (which has been turned 90 degrees counter-clockwise), indicates that the cab has probably been used on it's side. The entire stack is in great, working condition with some expected signs of use. Some of you might recognize this amplifier from the Beatles video "Hello, Goodbye" where it can be seen in the background.