The Hamilton-Kolby BF-PRN-10 Amplifier
is a premium quality, hand-made small combo amplifier built in the
50's black panel tradition.
Powered by a pair of 6V6GT beam power tubes, this amplifier delivers a surprising amount of power for its rated 12 watts.
It's modeled after Fender's Princeton Reverb -- the smallest amplifier they made in the 1960s with an integrated spring reverb unit and a super-smooth, bias-modulating tremolo circuit.
- finger-jointed pine cabinet
- eyelet-board construction
- hand-soldered connections
- 10" AlNiCo magnet speaker
- AA1164 vacuum tube circuit
- spring reverb
- chassis-mounted brass-and-steel controls
- SwitchcraftTM jacks
Power Output: 12 RMS Watts into 8 ohms
"AA1164" Class AB push-pull
Speaker: 10" Jensen P10Q
Reverb: integrated Accutronics-type spring tank
Construction: Plated steel chassis; Hand-wired, point-to-point vulcanized
fiber circuit board with brass eyelets. Pine finger-jointed cabinet;
Light lacquered tolex or tweed covering.
Inputs: 1 Channel, 2 1/4" jacks;
Outputs: 8 ohm speaker, internal and external, 1/4" jacks
Controls: Volume, Treble, Bass, Reverb, Speed, Intensity.
Power On/Off, 1A "Slo-Blo" Fuse.
Dual Footswitch for Reverb and Vibrato
Depth: 9" at base; 8-1/2 " at top
Weight: 28 lbs.
Power Consumption: 120VAC, 100W
Tube Complement - Amplifier Section:
3 12AX7 Low-Noise Dual Triode
1 12AT7 Dual Triode
2 6V6GT Beam Power Tetrode
1 5AR4/GZ34 Rectifier
Tolex or tweed cabinet covering
Deluxe Leatherette amplifier cover
Customer specified loudspeaker
Customer specified NOS or boutique tubes
Made in U.S.A.
Specifications subject to change without notice.