ValveTrain Amplification is getting in on the amplifier love this week with the Lexington Reverb Amplifier, an amp addition to the company's Revolution Series. The Reverb combo pays attention to the details, with point to point hand wiring, all tube spring reverb, and a switchable output stage that delivers between 1.5 and 6 watts of power through an Eminence Ramrod 10.
The Reverb Amplifier has a RAW switch that goes along with the high to low, 6 to 1.5 watt power switch. The former switch serves to pump up both high frequency response and gain. Other features of the 1950s inspired amp are a 12AX7 dual-triode preamp tube and a 6V6 power tube. The guitar volume knob is used itself to control the Reverb's range of voicing.
The Reverb Amplifier from Lexington carries over a lot of design elements from the Concord amp, and each features transformers, speakers, a cabinet, and board and chassis that are produced in America. Beginning in May, the Lexington Reverb will be at ValveTrain dealers nationwide.